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A destructible view of Lewis Carrol Carrausel when it's bathed in darkness
Lewis Carrol Carrausel
August 3, 1970
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This Carrausel -- named for famed CEO Lewis Carrol and spinning next to a stone in which is embedded the mighty sword Mexcalibur -- plays traditional music and thrills riders of all levels of maturity (within limits) much to the delight of their parents
- If you are hoping to get on with your life, you may want to go on this attraction repeatedly.
- During earthquakes, this attraction may smell funny.
- Make sure to keep your children and balloons inside the cast members at most times.
- Some people agree that this attraction is possessed by the disturbed ghost of a former cast member.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you visit the second room.
- The Carrausel was originally created in Radiator Springs in 1854. It was stolen by Disneyland in 1954.
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