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Walt Disney Human Trafficking

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posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:36 PM
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originally posted by: Murgatroid
a reply to: digital01anarchy

Plenty of former Disney employees disagree.

BS? think again...


Some have asked about the whereabouts of Tim, the maintenance worker who searched for the two children who disappeared on the Splash Mountain ride. As I said in my previous post, in January of 1997, two young kids, a brother and sister, "vanished" onboard the attraction. Their ride vehicle failed to show up on the video camera monitoring system, and, after two hours, the park had reached closing time. Our ride team sent in Tim to search for the missing children. As I said before, Tim never left the attraction that night.

The next day, Tim showed up for his shift as usual. Asking him about the experience, Tim said that he left the park at 10 PM the last night, two hours before the park closed, and that he had no recollection of entering Splash Mountain to search for the missing kids. The two children were never found, and, in successive years, our team would count several such cases of disappearance. The supposed parents of the missing kids never contacted the park to ask about them, and no missing children cases were filed.

It's no secret to us that some weird # happened at Disneyland back in the 90s. The maintenance crew at Thunder Mountain even kept track of which ride vehicles were "haunted". At first, I thought that kids were probably just playing pranks, switching seats mid-ride for example. After one car carrying a family of four came to the station thirty-five minutes late, however, I knew something bizarre was going on. I placed camcorders at the front of the "haunted" ride vehicles after that.

After a week, I took the cameras home and watched the footage. I was scared #less. Most of the footage was fairly standard, showing the ride vehicles moving along the regular track. When I went to work the next day, a Disney official, probably from Corporate, threatened me, saying that "meddling in affairs that are not your concern could result in serious consequences". Shortly after that, when I returned home that night, the tapes were not there. I really need to say, even though you worked at Disney over a decade ago, you should still be careful about reporting these things."

[Update]: Experiences Working at Disneyland

I know a lot of things of what Disney does and things that we respond to that a regular security officer wouldn’t deal with. I have seen them experiment so many things such as eugenics, pharmaceutical engineering, even experimenting with gas. Have you ever noticed that on both Space Ship Earth and the Monorail that you get a strange calm feeling on those rides? Well they are pumping low doses of laughing gas in those areas. Ever heard of Room 0? They were wearing gas masks for a reason.

Ever hear of Gascots? Well that’s not important right now, I would encourage you to research it. I never thought that what we did was okay by containing these dark secrets, but it paid well. I have seen them quickly inject some experimental drug on guests and throws them back out there, our job was to monitor and contain them if things went haywire. I know that I am the bad guy, but this wasn’t normal, this wasn’t procedural.

I was an undercover security officer at Walt Disney World.... I found their darkest secret. (full story)

Disneyland has underground tunnels and underground entrances that even most employees don’t know about. One victim of total mind-control mentioned that a tunnel entrance was at Matterhorn mountain. (The Matterhorn was opened by Walt and his good-friend Richard Nixon, who rode in the first car down the mountain.) Disney productions has given the Illuminati the cover to bring together Illusionists, magicians, and special effects artists without anyone being suspicious. Some of these men were able to apply their talents toward programming children. As an example of their talents, Disney special effects artists were able to create 16 realistic-looking cadavers for the 1989 film Gross Anatomy.

This isn't the first I've heard of these incidents. Tin foil hat alert perhaps but I've read all sorts of bizarre things about Disneyland--entire underground tunnel networks, nefarious abuse and MK Ultra brainwashing of young children, disappearing for exteded periods of time and returning clearly disoriented. Your mentioning them being in pairs specifically stands out.

Experiences Working at Disneyland

I went to the park 3 times between 95 and 98. Certain rides gave me odd feelings but nothing substantial. In 98 I graduated High School and for sober grad night we went to Disneyland. At least 4 different people I know disappeared from rides that night. They got in before or after us but were not there after the ride was over. They would randomly show up later in different sections of the park. Usually disoriented. Rides noted, Haunted mansion, Matterhorn, Indiana Jones.

A friend of mine got up in the middle of the "Its a small world" ride and went along a path. He said he saw someone watching him from just out of sight of where the ride takes you. He got a sickening feeling and jumped back into his seat. He said it didn't move like a human, it jittered when it moved.

In the closed off sections of the park that night is swear I heard people laughing and screaming. I may have even seen movement that seemed to follow us out of direct light. I can confirm something was going on back then, and probably still is today.

Experiences Working at Disneyland






the links are from reddit and the subreddit called nosleep which the stories are from authors who make up stories. Anything in there is not true it's people writing scary stories for others to enjoy.




posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:38 PM
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a reply to: supermilkman

If he was a Freemason, that really has nothing to do with any of the rest of it (Full Disclosure, I'm not a Freemason.) When I think of Disney, I think of the repeated examples of "sweet, innocent" child stars who transform into out of control, self-destructive, drug addicted whores and abusers. It sure seems to me that there is a Disney-connected agenda to attempt to influence children into turning into scumbags. I don't know what to think of the whole thing, but I've always felt, in general, that there is something diabolical about Disney.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:51 PM
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a reply to: Murgatroid

I don't believe that reddit but its interesting that some guy named "Allen Teaster" was reported in a child prostitution sting at one of the amusement parks. The guy in the reddit talks about some guy named "Allen" as well but the poster may have been a sly liar that incorporated the name into his story in a after-the-matter way.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:53 PM
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originally posted by: supermilkman
a reply to: Murgatroid

I don't believe that reddit but its interesting that some guy named "Allen Teaster" was reported in a child prostitution sting at one of the amusement parks. The guy in the reddit talks about some guy named "Allen" as well but the poster may have been a sly liar that incorporated the name into his story in a after-the-matter way.


The reddit site it's for made up scary stories. Here is the description of the subreddit

NoSleep is a place for authors to share their original horror stories.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:57 PM
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originally posted by: sandman441

originally posted by: supermilkman
a reply to: Murgatroid

I don't believe that reddit but its interesting that some guy named "Allen Teaster" was reported in a child prostitution sting at one of the amusement parks. The guy in the reddit talks about some guy named "Allen" as well but the poster may have been a sly liar that incorporated the name into his story in a after-the-matter way.


The reddit site it's for made up scary stories. Here is the description of the subreddit

NoSleep is a place for authors to share their original horror stories.


The undercover security guard story even references a well known creepypasta story called Room Zero. That right there should be enough proof that it is a scary short story and not a true life account.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:57 PM
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a reply to: sandman441

Not surprising, I didn't believe in the reddit to begin with. I still think the nature of the ride and the actual police stings are a little bit weird though.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:58 PM
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originally posted by: sandman441
The reddit site it's for made up scary stories. Here is the description of the subreddit

NoSleep is a place for authors to share their original horror stories.

Source, evidence (stating that the site is for fiction)?

Reddit is clearly not the only place that these "horror stories" exist...

ATS contains massive amounts of fiction as well BTW, do we discount everything here because of it?.


Children who have disappeared at Disneyland and never been found again were kidnapped by the Disney Organization and sacrificed, or used as mind controlled slaves, although their disappearances have been blamed on crazy visitors who supposedly have used the children for sexual perversions. On rare occasions this may have been the case, but otherwise, the truth is closer to home - Disney's home.

A friend of mine sent me this letter a few days ago: "I have a friend who went to Disneyland in California, and he stepped behind some thick bushes to smoke a cigarette. He found a hatch in the middle of the area, which he opened, and saw a ladder going down into a room - he heard children crying down there. Someone came out of the building at this point and put a gun to his head, and he was arrested by security.

At any rate, a series of events followed which resulted in him having to sign a document saying he saw and heard nothing, was mentally disturbed (or something of that sort), and was escorted out of the area in handcuffs surrounded by armed guards, then escorted out of the area in his car." Who were those children, crying?

The Walt Disney Agenda

Do a google search on Illuminati and Disneyland. Sounds crazy as hell but, eh, what do you have to lose, right? Bruh. Don't # with Mickey Mouse. I still maintain Disneyland was complicit in the whole MK Ultra mind control experiments. They would take them to Disneyland and then to McDonalds after. But they always remembered arriving at DL but then they "woke up" at McDonalds. Had no idea what happened at DL.

m.reddit.com...

originally posted by: ucalien
Few years ago, the Walt Disney children mind control perverted agenda was severely exposed. Massive scandals involving children pornography with employees of theme parks and members of high staff and a public crusade led by the organizations as American Mothers and religious groups. The storm became a huge hurricane.

The urban legends about subliminal porno messages in movie frames, cartoons and Disney merchandising, became several legal charges and arresting of employees, based in more and more denounces of witnesses or people that were directly or indirectly sexually abused in the Disney parks. But it seems that the circumstances favored the cover up of the evil agenda behind Disney company.




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posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 03:59 PM
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originally posted by: supermilkman
a reply to: sandman441

Not surprising, I didn't believe in the reddit to begin with. I still think the nature of the ride and the actual police stings are a little bit weird though.


Yeah the police stings and the molesters that were arrested are weird. But it does happen and like I said I'm sure Disney is into some dark stuff, but some of the info posted in here isn't true.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:02 PM
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originally posted by: Murgatroid

originally posted by: sandman441
The reddit site it's for made up scary stories. Here is the description of the subreddit

NoSleep is a place for authors to share their original horror stories.

Source, evidence (stating that the site is for fiction)?

Reddit is clearly not the only place that these "horror stories" exist BTW...




yeah there are other sites like nosleep but the stories are generally called creepypastas but they are still fake none the less. If you go into the nosleep subreddit on the right hand side you can read the description, And if you are going to post a creepy story about Disney why would you post it with other stories of the same genre and not say on the front page of reddit or anywhere else that would gather attention.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:09 PM
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a reply to: sandman441

Ahhhhh I think I see now...

So basically it looks like Redit's version of a prank, kinda like "The Onion".

The fact that there is no visible sign of fictional content appears to me to be nothing more than a deceptive way of gaming the search engines.



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posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:14 PM
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originally posted by: Murgatroid
a reply to: sandman441

Ahhhhh I think I see now...

So basically it looks like Redit's version of a prank, kinda like "The Onion".


not really prank but kind of the onion in a way, but they are just creepy stories written by people who like to write. I've read a few and a lot of them are really well done. The first time I came across them was when I read about a secret spongebob episode where squidward killed himself. It was interesting and I got a little hooked on them.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:18 PM
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a reply to: sandman441

Thanks for the headsup...


I just added a disclaimer to the post on page 1.

BTW Sandman, I just saw this comment which has me wondering how much of it is really fiction...

Your take on this?


both fictional and nonfictional tales are welcome...

Reddit Targets Arizona Town in Elaborate Hoax


It does look like you are right though:


Nosleep is fiction which refuses to identify as such. You are allowed to make up stories, but you should not say so. And you are supposed to believe everything that is said here. No place for skeptics. Of course this is filled with supernatural stories, but a lot of them are of really good quality. Out of what I've read two series of stories stood out as awesomely scary in this subreddit

www.quora.com...




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posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:37 PM
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originally posted by: Murgatroid
a reply to: sandman441

Thanks for the headsup...


I just added a disclaimer to the post on page 1.

BTW Sandman, I just saw this comment which has me wondering how much of it is really fiction...

Your take on this?


both fictional and nonfictional tales are welcome...

Reddit Targets Arizona Town in Elaborate Hoax





The way they play the forum off is that everything is supposedly real on there but nothing really is. It's better if you believe it because you get immersed into the story. When I first found out about creepypastas I thought they were real also and I read a ton and I started to research them are they real or what and all of them are fake. But a lot of the stories are very well written and can come across as real.

I will ask you this question, if you had a real story about anything would you post it on a creepypasta site or would you find somewhere else to post it?



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:45 PM
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I think I see what your getting at.

What I am wondering is how many authors on these sites are completely unaware that the site is made for fiction?

Is it not possible that some of these Disney stories were real and they were put on Nosleep without knowing that it's a place for fiction?

NoSleep mentions that it's a place for "original horror stories" but the word fiction is not used.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 04:51 PM
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originally posted by: Murgatroid

NoSleep mentions that it's a place for "original horror stories" but the word fiction is not used.



If you click on the for a more detailed explanation it does say fiction but they treat all stories there as real. I guess real stories could slip by but I think most people especially after spending time in the forum will see that the stories are meant for entertainment. I can't imagine somebody going to that subreddit or others for the first time and writing out their story.

This is a little off topic but there are threads about other peoples experiences with Disney.

www.reddit.com...

That was the one that I was reading through, I think there are others.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 05:25 PM
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Off topic or not, that is definitely some interesting reading, thanks...


Example:

A former Monorail pilot talks about people having sex on the Epcot monorail at night...


What to do if your Kilimanjaro Safaris passenger falls into the crocodile pit: "drive away immediately so that others wouldn't have to see the carnage"...


A 7 year old child is allowed into a closed gift shop at 2 AM and told to pick out what ever they want after falling and getting hurt on the nightstand...



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 05:39 PM
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Im an old guy. Listen up for a second. I have family in Orange county and my cousins girlfriend who worked at disneyland always got us in for next to nothing. I remember something vividly from the mid sixties. Pirates of the Carribean was my favorite ride. I also liked the wild toad. I was down there in line for the pirates of the carribean ride and there were several large displays about Monsanto. Yes Monsanto! I was confused, and thought what is this? Why is this here? Who is Monsanto? This doesnt belong here. No I didnt see any child prostitution, but Monsanto sure screwed the rest of us good though. Those were disneys buddies that he was promoting? Whats up with that?



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 05:59 PM
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Yeah, the consideration of alternate opinions seems wise. And certainly we do have examples the rich and powerful who do dabble in such things, at least dabble if not outright trafficking.

But in Disney's case what would be the motive besides just plain perversion? Would there be a finanacial motive that would be worth the risk to an already lucrative business? I think that Disney Inc is already rich enough to not worry over the money they could get from hidden trafficking. Starwars is set to make them billions over the next decade alone.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 06:14 PM
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a reply to: Murgatroid

If disney workers aged 20-28 were not having sex on the rides after hours I would be disappointed.

It'd be like hearing no stewardist has ever been to the mile high club.

dreams always need a glimmer of hope.



posted on Feb, 15 2016 @ 06:44 PM
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I have heard about a prostitutes ring running Walt Disney or at least getting the prostitutes and they pay them but this? well its Disney so it could be possible.
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