Disneyland Burns Down: Mickey Missing, Presumed Dead!

 

Cinderella’s Castle After Disneyland Fire

Patrons, Disney characters and employees
watched in terror early Thursday afternoon as
Disneyland caught fire, permanantly damaging
and torching 85 percent of the park.  The fire broke out and spread quickly when the mechanical animatronic version of Johnny Depp, from the Pirates of the Carribean ride, started smoking and immediately caught fire.The flames spread to surrounding attractions as the park was successfully evacuated with only a few missing Disney charcters, including Rodger Rabbit and Mickey Mouse. “It was like watching Fantasia while being sober, confusing and unenjoyable,” claimed a charred Pinnochio as he limped from the park obviously injured.

 

Front Gates of Disneyland as Fire Fights the Disney Frontier

Some Disneyland guests continued to fight their way inside the park gates in attempts to get a closer look as the firey flames continued to destroy ride by ride.   Once the fire had reached the firework storage bay, the sky was filled with fireworks and smoke.  Guests became encased with amusement as they stopped to watch the fireworks as angry firefighters fought to evacuate the chaotic chasm of melting magic.

Haunted Mansion Engulfed in Flames

Disney officials say it is quite likely the park will not rebuild and will close it’s gates indefinately due to the diminishing interest in park attendance that has been seen in recent years.  “I’m flabbergasted, simply flabberghasted that this would happen.  They are all amatuers if you ask me. If you want a safe and fire free park, then you’ve got to pay the price to protect the people!” exclaimed a very angry Captain Hook.
Disneyland has seen its share of disaster in the past, but nothing as devastating as this traumatic blow to the No. 1 loved theme park since 1955.
America and the world will miss you Disneyland. Rest in Peace Mickey!

Mickey Mouse Grave
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