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FACTS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT DISNEYLAND!

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Walt Disney’s vision of a genuine dreamland breathed life into mystical activity when it opened its doors in 1955, and during that time it has turned into a staple of American pop culture on account of its accumulation of adorable characters, energizing rides, and dramatic introduction.

Disneyland may have given us deep-rooted recollections, but at the same time, it’s kept privileged insights covered up in the Disney Vault directly alongside a few of its prevalent video discharges.

Disneyland originally opened on Sunday, July 17th, 1955 with a total of 18 attractions. The park has 51 attractions now, excluding the attractions in Disney California Adventure Park. When the park got opened, admission was $1, and now its $99. As of 2014, the park had welcomed almost 700 million guests since its opening.

The plants in Tomorrow land are all edible. You can eat the plants in Tomorrow land, as the themed island is meant to double as a farm “where humanity makes the most of its resources.”

The park’s haunted mansion has a pet cemetery. It’s hidden on the mansion’s side lawn – a place that guests rarely see. The cemetery is fake, pets aren’t actually buried there, and the inscriptions on the gravestones are meant to be funny. Over 84 million Mickey Mouse ears have been sold since Disneyland opened.

The Matterhorn has a basketball court, a half-court basketball structure can supposedly be found above the coaster ride, where employees go to shoot hoops during breaks. Rumour is, it still sits at the top of the mountain.

Disneyland was built in just one year. Despite early financial troubles, the $17 million theme park opened its doors within the estimated time span of 365 days. A secret apartment hides inside the theme park’s fire station. Urban legend has it that this was Walt Disney’s private apartment.

Over 200 feral cats live in the park, the felines are there to keep rodents away, though you’d be lucky to encounter one as the majority are said to be nocturnal creatures.

Walt Disney required all employees to be cleanly shaven. Theme park workers were actually allowed to grow moustaches in the 2000s.

Real human skeletons were used as props when Pirates of the Caribbean first opened, adding a sense of realism to the attraction, Disneyland had real human remains on exhibit, on loan from UCLA, but only one human skull remains as of today.

It has only closed three times in its history. Those times includes the national day of mourning for John F. Kennedy, the Northridge earthquake in 1994, and 9/11. There is a secret club in the park where only special guests can enter, it’s called Club 33 and it’s where a select few can escape the massive crowds to drink fancy cocktails, eat five-star cuisine, and hang with celebrities such as rumoured members Elton John and Tom Hanks.

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Six-year-old child raped by a man inside school washroom

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A six-year-old girl reportedly was raped on Thursday afternoon by an unidentified man inside a school washroom in Malad (West). The girl underwent a medical test and was released from a hospital of the state. The mother of the girl had lodged a complaint on Thursday night after the girl had told her what had happened when she returned from class.

DS Swami, Deputy Police Commissioner responsible for Zone XI, said, “We have registered a case of rape against the unidentified accused and further probe is on.”

Jagdeo Kalapad, senior police inspector, Malwani police station, said, “The school has CCTV cameras and we are looking at the footage.”

Meanwhile, Malwani, Malad and Bangur Nagar senior police officers were roped in to control a crowd of 50 protesters who gathered at the school on Friday to protest against the authorities after learning about the incident. Strict action will be taken, they were assured, and the culprit will be arrested.

The grandmother of the girl also claimed that somebody had given the girl sanitizer to drink a few days ago and she was vomiting as a result. She had reported to the watchman of the school, but he was not paying attention to the complaint. Police said they didn’t have any information about the incident.

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The headless body of women found in Thane; father arrested for murder

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On December 8, outside Kalyan Railway Station, Mumbai, a headless body of a woman was found in a bag. The body was found to have been sliced into three sections. Police reported that father Arvind Tiwari had killed his daughter Princy because he was against the wish of his daughter to marry a man from another community.

Arvind had kept the body in a suitcase, boarding an autorickshaw to dump it at an isolated spot. He left the bag in the car, however, and fled. Later, the driver of the autorickshaw filed a complaint against the uncle.

Police said they were looking at the CCTV footage at the railway stations of Titwala and Kalyan. They also said that Arvind took another person’s help to carry the bag to the autorickshaw from the station.

“Constable Sanjay Babar, during the investigation, got a tip-off of the location of the culprit. The crime branch raided Tiwari’s house at Saikrupa Chawl at Indiranagar in Titwala, but couldn’t find him. Arvind was later arrested from his office in Malad,” the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Deepak Deoraj said to media.

Narrating the case, a police officer said Arvind told the police that his daughter was working in the same building as her in a relationship with a man from another family. He strongly objected to the partnership when she told her father about her decision to marry this man. And she insisted on marrying the man of her choice.

The officer added, “Angered by her stubborn response, Tiwari said he first poisoned Princy and then pieced her body with a hacksaw-like blade and stuffed the chopped parts into a bag.”

Arvind carried out the murder of his daughter when his wife and three other children were out of town.

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Reports say that 1000 trees are cut for the Bal Thackeray memorial in Aurangabad, while Uddhav Thackeray stops the Mumbai Metro project to save Aarey trees.

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The ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, who strongly advocated eco-conservation by canceling Aarey’s metro plan on ‘ concerns ‘ that trees are being removed, appears to have taken a turn as Aurangabad Municipal Corporation, which Sena governs, now wants to cut 1,000 trees down for a Bal Thackeray memorial in Priyadarshini Park.

According to the story, for a memorial of the party’s founder, the late Bal Thackeray, Shiv Sena-governed Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is all set to cut nearly 1,000 trees. The AMC’s decision comes after Shiv Sena Chief and newly elected CM Uddhav Thackeray had stopped working on an Aarey Colony Metro car shed claiming the project would require many trees to be felled.

Priyadarshini Park is reportedly dense wood in the middle of Aurangabad, spanning 17 acres. It serves the city as a green lung and is used for walking, jogging and other recreational activities. The park is home to 70 species, 40 species of butterflies and various reptiles and small mammals, according to environmental activists.

Nevertheless, the Sena that has been running the AMC for the past 25 years now wants to build a memorial for Bala Thackeray by felling in Priyadarshini Park thousands of trees. There will also be an amphitheater, a museum, and a food court in the memorial. It is going to be built with a whopping Rs 61 crore cost.

“AMC’s affidavit in court is silent on the number of trees that needs to be cut for the project. It just says ‘minimum number’ of trees will be cut. In fact, in an advertisement published by AMC in a local newspaper, it had invited tenders for the cutting of 330 trees,” he added.

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