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This Is A "Common Occurrence" Especially On The Haunted Mansion Disney Ride
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Do you want to be fed to the dinosaurs?
That's a sad after life
The ashes most likely got swept and trashed
This Redditor shares an interesting story
My Parents bought a Disney timeshare in '92 and they stayed there for a few weeks once or twice every year until my Dad's passing in '22 and it is both their wishes to have their ashes spread there, in the lake by the Grand Floridian I believe, and I was wondering how much trouble would I be in if I got caught doing that? The timeshare transferred to my eldest niece upon his death, she's why they got it in the first place, and I don't want her to lose it by getting caught spreading their ashes or having anything to do with it, so it's my responsibility and I'm curious what the penalty would be if I got caught when the time comes to honor their last wish.
They clean the haunted mansion nightly/ weekly
It's called a code A
From a Redditor who likes Disney
Two dying stipulations
Having a designated hole on the ride
Having ashes dumped from a balcony seat
Before you spread a loved one's ashes off the rides at Disney World, keep in mind that a HAZMAT team will vacuum them up and throw them in the trash. Now we're sure that isn't what the deceased must have wanted.
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