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Disneyland Uses Green Paint To Keep Guests Away

If you spot an odd shade of green hidden around Disneyland, chances are you'll turn away.

If you spot an odd shade of green hidden around Disneyland, chances are you'll turn away.

Thursday, July 15, 2010 1:00 GMT

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Pay no attention to anything painted green when visiting Disneyland.

The Happiest Place On Earth turns 55 years old this Saturday (Jul. 17), and though the amusement park has always welcomed visitors, there are just some things they don’t want people to see.

According to Dominick Cancilla, who runs DisneyLies.com – a website that spreads lies and rumors about Disneyland – the Imagineers of the Magic Kingdom have created a special color to avert people’s eyes from certain things in the park.

It’s supposedly called “Go Away Green,” and something about the special shade makes it completely unnoticeable.

Cancilla claims the park “paints anything they don’t want you to see” in this color, including a door to a secret club and a building in Downtown Disney where the Indiana Jones ride is kept.

Though he’s known for his lies, Cancilla promises that “Go Away Green” is for real.

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