|The now closed customs in Adventureland|
January 10th, 2015. ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA
In the wake of a series of increasingly viral diseases in Disneyland, park management has begun to take preventative measures. The West African colony of Adventureland has been quarantined, with its inhabitants stuck there for the foreseeable future. Mac Turbine reports from the field.
MAC TURBINE, OUTSIDE ADVENTURELAND, WEST AFRICA, CALIFORNIA
|Mandatory scary Ebola picture.|
It’s a scene of absolute chaos here in the border town of Main Street USA. Foreign aid churro stands have been wheeling in and out of Adventureland all day, providing what little they can to those quarantined inside. While initially measles was the only suspected outbreak, our senior viral analyst (and 10 time dog show winner) now suspects that there may be strains of Ebola, West-Nile virus, and Jumping Shingles as well.
Original reports suggested that the disease may have been brought in by park guests, but later investigation pointed to the cesspool that is The Jungle Cruise. With combined living spaces for a myriad of African animals, this attraction has always been a disaster waiting to happen…
One thing is for sure, the mouse will not be letting anyone out until the country has let the diseases run their course.
--Mac Turbine, Reporter in the Field and Amateur Zoologist