What Really Happened at Disneyland – Paris
The below transcription was taken directly from a Facebook post (source below) … Details included about what may have happened are mere speculation, but we do know that there are underground tunnels used for child trafficking at Disneyland. We also are aware of the “wicked” symbolism & MK Ultra that goes on surrounding the “Disney” brand. These are facts.
Explosions were heard underground and soldiers were appearing from manholes
Members of public were trying to film on their phones but all phone signals were blocked and social media
Public were taken to hotels hidden under tables and hidden in cold storage fridges of restaurant
1 hr later they were told it was a failed escalator
But were still not safe to leave hiding place
1hr hour after announcement there was another explosion
Only 4 hrs after that they were allowed to move
They were all searched before leaving the park
News just in straight from horses mouth of a parent who was there
This was not a failed escalator
Soldiers were appearing from manhole and bombs were going off
Am guessing this was a raid on underground paedophile tunnels
DISNEYLAND Paris visitors ran from the theme park in fear tonight after an “escalator collapse” sparked panic.
Visitors to the theme park claim they heard “loud noises” and then “screaming” as they were caught up in the drama shortly after 9pm on Saturday.
People were seen fleeing Disneyland Paris in fright tonight
The panic sparked unfounded rumours of explosions and gunshots as tourists fled in fear and armed police and the army secured the area.
However a spokesman for the RER station at Marne la Vallee said: “It seems that a malfunctioning escalator has caused the problems.
“It began working erratically, and causing loud noises. It may be that some people have been hurt in this accident.”
Following the panic, visitors to Disneyland were briefly confined in buildings, including the police station.
One visitor said: “I was at a coffee terrace when I saw people running and screaming.
“We all started running in panic and I took refuge at the police station with dozens of other people.”
A spokesman for Disneyland Paris said: “There has been no explosions, no shootings, no injuries. It a false alarm.
“Please don’t read any rumours or stories that over exaggerate – the lockdown and police attendance were standard procedure following any sort of incident.”
Disneyland Paris is among Europe’s most-visited tourist destinations, with up to 10 million visitors a year.