50 really scary things at Walt Disney World

Have you ever been AFRAID at Disney World?

There are things that scare Disney World.

Whether it’s a scary trip, an intimidating character, or just the sheer number of people in the park, some things can be really scary at Disney World.

Today, we share a list of 50 things that scare Disney World!

Crowds awaiting Disney Enchantment on October 1st
  • Constance Hatchaway at Haunted Mansion. She is literally a horrible murderous bride in the attic of a haunted house. Do we need to say more?
  • Squirrels trying to eat your food. Disney’s wildlife is daring.
  • Birds trying to eat your food. Disney birds are fearless. They will land at your table and eat your nachos (not as we speak from experience or anything …).
  • Germs. This is quite self-explanatory.
Improved cleaning
  • The incredibly dark area of ​​PeopleMover. You know, when you walk into Space Mountain and you can’t see Jack Diddly squatting?
  • Splash Mountain Hill. Along with the creepy vultures in the background, it’s an intense experience.
  • Vultures in Splash Mountain. See above.
  • The Carnotaurus on Dinosaur. He is literally the thing that haunts you (and tries to eat you) throughout the journey. A real Disney villain.
  • The sauropod on dinosaur. He’s supposed to be a vegetarian, but we’re not so sure. His whistle is quite threatening.
  • The Everest Yeti Expedition. Her name is Betty (really, look at her), and somehow she’s even terrifying when she breaks up.
  • Losing your child. While Disney World usually handles this kind of thing exceptionally well, it’s still scary when it happens.
  • Sticking to “it’s a small world.” I’ve been there, done that. You don’t even have to want to do it again.
  • Tower of Terror in its entirety. Dive 130 feet in near darkness, not knowing if your next move will be up or down? You could say it’s very intense.
  • Caesar the ventriloquist mannequin in the Tower of Terror. If you know it, you already know it.
Ceasar doesn’t like the ventriloquist mannequin if you ignore him
  • It’s hard to be a mistake. Does anyone like to hear insects crawling underneath? Or giant animatronic locusts? Or spiders hanging from the ceiling? No? We didn’t think so.
  • The giant animatronic Ursula. Undoubtedly the most terrifying part of Under the Sea: The Little Mermaid’s Journey. (Not as if he had a lot of competition, though.)
  • How to move the stroller. There are always those seconds of panic in which you are afraid that another guest will leave with all your belongings.
  • Kylo Ren meets and greets. Why do you ask so many questions?
  • Be questioned by the Stormtroopers. They always want to see our ID and call us suspicious to take pictures.
They can be very intimidating!
  • Crocodiles on Kilimanjaro Safaris. Maybe not watch as they do a lot, but we assure you they are real. And they have sharp teeth.
  • Get stuck on a roller coaster. Climbing the stairs back to the bottom would be the worst part. Are these things trustworthy?
  • The ancient history of Kilimanjaro Safaris. Basically, they were poachers and dead elephants, not exactly suitable for children.
  • Everest Hill. Intimate someone else you can see literally ALL Disney World from up there?
It’s a pretty big hill!
It’s still for Disneyland!
Crowd at The Emporium on October 1st
  • Kids licking railings. Our team members have caught their kids doing it once or twice, and that’s it. is. terrifying.
  • Bo Peep. You can’t tell us his face isn’t scary.
  • Fantastic Nancy. His face is even scarier than Bo Peep’s. What about the plastic look?
  • Hobo Goofy to Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway. Goofy deserved better, that’s all we have to say.
Umm … yes.
It’s very high … and very sticky!
  • Mission: SPACE. said Nuff.
  • Space Mountain in the front seat. You can see much more than you are meant to see. There is a reason this trip is in the dark.
  • The caves / tunnels of Tom Sawyer Island. You should probably avoid them if you have any feelings of claustrophobia.
  • The ghosts behind the headstones at Haunted Mansion. They come out at unexpected times and give us the heebie-jeebies. Isn’t this scene supposed to be FUN?
We can’t blame him for fear, he’s haunted!
  • The 18 different warnings you receive before mounting Mission: SPACE. Almost more scary than the trip itself.
  • Many of the Under the Sea animatronics, including Flotsam and Jetsam and the deformed Ariel. The proportions are fair, and they all have creepy eyes.
  • Stick to Carousel of Progress and watch the same scene over and over again. It’s not a fear you thought you had until it happens to you!
Carousel of Progress
  • People who do not wash their hands when leaving the bathroom. This is how germs spread.
  • Dropping your favorite snack on the floor. Losing a Dole Whip or a Mickey Bar is a traumatic event.
  • The cannons coming out during the EPCOT fireworks. They are only scary if you are by their side.
  • Other guests. We don’t think we need to explain this.
Crowd at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Here it is: 50 things that are surprisingly scary at Disney World. Stay tuned to AllEars for more tips, tricks and things you need to know before visiting the parks!

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