Disneyland Visitors Were Horrified By These Headless Robots At The Park

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Nov. 18 2019, Updated 2:37 p.m. ET

There's a reason that Five Nights At Freddy's is such a hit: it's because it preys on people's very real fears of animatronic robots.

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They move around unnaturally and seem to have this vacant expression in their eyes that suggests they envy you for your humanity and they'll do anything to have it...anything.

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I don't know why  places like Chuck-E-Cheese still have these things in their franchises. Please just take them out already and replace them with another ball pit or slide or something. And as scared as I am of them, I get why pizza party joints like that keep their robots.

But places like Disneyland? Why do they still have these creepy bots?

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Are they well-constructed and faithful to their film counterparts? Yes. But they're still scary, and were somehow made infinitely more terrifying when, for some reason, they lost their heads.

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That's right, two animatronic characters at Disneyland were decapitated. But that didn't phase them - they kept on singing. They kept on singing.

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And people recorded the horror for proof.

Warning: if the idea of a headless robot singing sounds troubling, please don't watch this.

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This has to be some kind of robot union worker's violation or something.

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Some park visitors thought that the headless Ursula was a good look for the Disney villain. I mean if the whole point is to make her as scary as possible, then they're pretty much nailing it.

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And of course, people had jokes.

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Same Christie, same.

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There were fitting Alice in Wonderland references, as well.

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Ursula wasn't the only one who lost her head, either.

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This guy might think it's fascinating, but that's probably not the word I'd use to describe an air-suspended robotic face grinning at me.

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I mean, just look at this mess.

Keep it away from me, at all costs.

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