There’s a secret club right in the heart of New Orleans Square. This ultra-exclusive members-only bar is called Club 33 and it costs members $35,000 a year. The club has many celebrity members, including big names like Jack Nicholson and Tom Hanks, who are said to frequent the club often.
The hefty membership fee comes with more than just entry into the club. It also includes behind-the-scenes tours, fast passes to all Disney attractions, and a private car on the Disneyland Railroad. Sounds pretty nice if you’re able to afford it!
An Intoxicated Man Drowned in the Seven Seas Lagoon
Things aren't all magical at Disney World. Despite the great efforts that Disneyworld makes to keep things kid-friendly, some people still get away with their immature acts which sometimes bite back to literally kill them. According to a waiter who worked at Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida for many years, an intoxicated New Hampshire man once got into a fight with his girlfriend in 2004. According to the waiter, the intoxicated man fell off the dock at the Grand Floridian and drowned in seven seas lagoon. Divers had to retrieve his body. The 26-year-old man, identified later as Sean Slattery, disappeared on Wednesday and the body wasn’t located until Friday.
In 2016, a separate incident occurred when a two-year-old toddler from Nebraska was mauled by an alligator while on vacation with his family. He was pulled into the lagoon in front of his terrified parents, and his body was found still intact the next day. Disney made an official statement regarding Graves’ death. They shared their devastation with the tragic death and said that their thoughts and prayers are with the family. They also said that they are helping the family as best as they can and doing everything they can to help law enforcement.
They Try Their Best to Keep Pedophiles Away
According to the same waiter, lifeguards and security staff in the park need to keep an eye out for pedophiles who may be hanging around the water park just to look at young kids.
Um, shouldn't this be standard at every pool?
Disney's Secret Menu!
Disney fans will be excited to know that the theme park offers a secret menu that are for visitors who are "in the know."
There are food items like Ice Cream Nachos and a Mac 'n' Cheese Bread Bowl. Fans can knock themselves silly with seriously delicious Disney treats.
Homeless Disney Characters Protest
In 2018, a Disneyland custodian was found dead after living in her car. Following this awful event, the company's low wages finally came under public display. One local protester in Anaheim, Jeanine Robbins, held signs reading “Disney, we feel, is a contributor to the homeless problem here in Anaheim.
There are Disney employees who live on the street.” Disneyland is the largest employer in Orange County, which is one of the most expensive housing markets in the country.