Top 10 Scary Rides & Attractions at Disney WorldGregory Here's a list of rides and attractions at Disney World that are scary to some people.
Past and present.
The Top Ten
It was about an experiment involving an alien who came to Earth and caused mayhem around us.
Seating restraints were involved and would cut into anyone who tried to move a muscle, therefore it had a height requirement of 40".
It scared so many kids and parents were ignorant about the warning signs, that Disney decided to close it down and replace it with Stitch's Great Escape.
Stitch is not as scary, but it is disgusting and suckish, as to be the worst Disney attraction of all time. - Gregory
It's a ride where you go on a haunted elevator that takes you on your own episode of the Twilight Zone, but the elevator falls down, and goes out of control.
Alien Encounter was the scariest Disney attraction of all time until Disney closed it, leaving Tower of Terror as the crown of scary Disney rides.
Yet somehow the height requirement is only 40", yet it's so intense and scary for many. - Gregory
You launch from 0 to 57 mph in 2.8 seconds, and it's the only roller coaster at Disney World with inversions, with the 1st inversion giving riders 5 g-forces.
Yet being in the dark and loud music also makes it scary for many.
It's so intense it's not for anyone under 48". - Gregory
You ride this EMV back in time on a quest to find the carnotaurus before the meteor strikes.
The ride is dark, jerky and has loud dinosaurs, it's not for everyone, as many get scared, even by the storyline. - Gregory
You're on a mine train on an expedition at Mt. Everest, but the Yeti causes chaos, and it's up to you whether you decide to conquer the yeti.
The ride is a big coaster and goes backwards during part of it.
Not for anyone under 44" or with high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness or other conditions, and not for expectant mothers.
It's so intense, as to scare many people, even those who met the height requirement. - Gregory
It's one of those 4-D experiences that involves scary sensations during the dark parts as well as scary sights.
It's based on a Bug's Life, and it involves giant bugs popping out of the screen and the feeling of bugs crawling, yet hornets "sting" you in the back one time during the show.
It's really scary Disney warns you about it. - Gregory
Fly through the galaxy and the darkest reaches of space at the speed of light.
Well not really, it's only 28 mph, but being in the dark with space effects and not seeing the tracks, makes it seem a lot faster, and gets your heart racing faster than you think.
Yet to actually feel like the speed of light in 1 second would require g-forces of 8.9 x 10-20 g's, which is WAY more than enough to kill you before you know it, and would splatter you, and worse, punch a hole and destroy the total building.
Being a roller coaster in the dark and not seeing where you're going makes it pretty scary, yet the ride has a 44" height requirement, so many little ones won't be tall enough to ride anyway. - Gregory
It's a sensory experience where experiment 626 a.k.a. Stitch causes mayhem.
Like the Alien Encounter, the show has a minimum height requirement of 40" and involves seating bars, yet you feel sensations of Stitch jumping at and "spitting" on you (which is achieved by water sprinklers).
Yet the worst part is when Stitch steals and eats a tourist's rotten chili dog and burps your face (done by seating nozzles that spray scents), and releases one of the worst smells known to man.
Yet it's not as scary as its predecessor, Alien Encounter.
No wonder it's the worst and most disgusting Disney attraction of all time, and my girlfriend went on it and loved it, is she out of her mind?
My son even talks about how gross it is for true Disney fans and open minded people, and thank goodness it's in seasonal operation, so it's days are numbered. - Gregory
It's one of the rides in Pandora, and a simulator, but simulates flying on a banshee and it's really rough and intense for many.
It even simulates falling and the feeling is very realistic and may be too intense for some.
Yet the minimum height requirement is 44", so most little ones are too short to ride. - Gregory
It's a ride in Epcot that simulates spaceflight and comes in 2 levels.
Green and Orange.
It simulates the sensations from launch, which is 2.5 g's, and weightlessness, along with maneuvers and landing.
These effects are achieved by spinning on a centrifuge, it works like those found at the fairs and at NASA.
It's SO intense that you should be in GOOD health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness or other conditions, and expectant mothers should not ride, and when there was only 1 version, which opened in 2003, from 2005 to 2006, 194 people were treated to the paramedics, many people were taken to hospitals, and 2 people died.
Most of the injured riders were 55 years old, and suffered from chest pains, irregular heartbeats and especially motion sickness, yet motion sickness was the biggest problem.
The 1st death was a 4 year old boy who met the minimum height requirement (44") from a preexisting ...more - Gregory
It was scary because of the part where a train is about to hit you and you fall into hell.
It was closed in 1998 and replaced with Winnie the Pooh, which is nowhere near as scary. - Gregory
The original relied mainly on the witch trying to get the riders, and was so scary that Disney toned it down and made it revolve just as much on the Snow White princess and the 7 Dwarfs as did on the witch, and gave it a happy ending.
Sadly they closed it on May 31st, 2012, and replaced with Princess Fairytale Garden, which is a kiddie meet and greet with no scare.
How stupid of Disney. - Gregory
The queue starts in a strange room, which gets scary, and then you board a "doom buggy" and explore the haunted environment and there are ghosts, and all of that can be scary to some people. - Gregory
It's a roller coaster, and as the spiel says, it's a wild ride, you get bumped around as you go through turns and drops, yet part of it is in darkness, through the caves, so this ride might take little ones by surprise. - Gregory
It's a roller coaster and it's the most intense attraction in Fantasyland, so it might take a little one by surprise - Gregory
It's a water coaster ride, and it's in several different levels, but each one will provide thrills and scare, and a minimum height requirement of 44" is in place, so many little ones won't ride anyway. - Gregory
Some scenes are scary and dark. - Gregory
There's sudden stopping and turning, and then a high-speed on the track. - Gregory
It's a kiddie coaster, but a roller coaster nonetheless, so kids should know that, though it's a perfect start to see what kids think about coasters. - Gregory
It might be like Dumbo, but it spins a lot higher and faster. - Gregory
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