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Located in Walt Disney World Resort, Florida,River Country was Disneys first water park. This place really makes me uneasy, considering abandoned places and water freak me out.

Here’s how the 1976 Annual Report to the shareholders of Walt Disney Productions described River Country:

Six Acres of aquatic fun await visitors to River Country, As many as 4,700 guests per day have already enjoyed its Ol’ Swimmin’ Hole, white water rapids, raft rides, rope swings, beaches or a plunge down a 260-foot, 2,000 gallon a minute water slide called Whoop ‘N Holler Hollow.

River Country was operational from June 20 1976 to November 2001.On January 20, 2005, The Walt Disney Company announced that River Country would remain closed permanently. There is argument to exactly why it closed; one of the reasons may have been because there were better water parks built within Disney. But the main (and creepiest) reason I can find is that the water used in the park came from Bay Lake and was not filtered into fresh water. Due to new laws that passed the park would of had to filter the water entirely from the bay or shut down.

A rare but deadly disease caused by an amoeba found in Florida fresh-water lakes was contracted from swimming at Walt Disney World’s River Country. The victim was an 11 year old boy. He died. His parents said that the amusement park was the only place where he went swimming recently. The disease, amoebic meningoencephalitis, attacks the nervous system and brain. There was no more deaths from that disease linked to River Country, but there were two drownings at River Country: Howard A. Pueppke, 14, in 1982, and Christopher Staff, 13, , in 1989. .

Urban Explorers have visited River Country to take videos (here and here) and photos. The music still plays, casting eerie echoes through the abandoned, swamp-like landscape. The lights are also still operating.

If this isn’t enough for you there is a creepypasta about this and a reading of it on youtube

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Cy Twombly, Untitled No. 5, (Winter Pictures), 2004


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Kalaloch, Washington State. Looking towards the Pacific Ocean.


Kalaloch, Washington State. Looking towards the Pacific Ocean.

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Tulsa, Oklahoma near the original Black Wall Street.

Just sad

I guess that meme of DaQuan—the one y’all thought was funny—came true mhmmm 😒

These people

  • kicked their daughter out (left her at a homeless shelter)
  • found out she had left the shelter to live with a guy
  • tracked them down at 9 at night to yell at her
  • shot her unarmed boyfriend (killing him)
  • shot at her after she ran to hide in the bushes
  • shot at the bf’s 13 yr old brother (hitting him in the arm)
  • fled the scene 
  • were allowed to turn themselves in
  • were put on PAID suspension

Such bullshit

Attempted murder (and shooting at minors!)  only gets paid leave. The more one scratches the surface..


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A Good Flying Bird - Guided By Voices

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