Disneyland Employee Found Dead In Haunted House
A 45-year-old man was found fatally electrocuted inside the Phantom Manor attraction Saturday at Disneyland Paris.
A Disneyland employee was found dead this week inside a haunted house attraction.
Officials at Disneyland Paris say a 45-year-old employee was found fatally electrocuted in the Phantom Manor attraction on Saturday.
The employee is believed to have been working on lighting at the attraction when tragedy struck, SkyNews reports.
While the park remains open, Phantom Manor is expected to be closed until Wednesday or later while police investigate the death.
In a statement, the park said: "We are truly saddened to learn of the passing of one of our Cast Members, and our hearts go out to his family and friends during this very difficult time."
Disneyland union rep Patrick Maldidier told Le Parisien that the victim was very popular and "always had a smile on his face."
Officials have not named the victim, who had reportedly worked at the park since 2002.
Trending on Inside Edition
Man Says Brother Who Took His Own Life Never Mentally Recovered From Abuse Suffered as Scott Rudin's AssistantNews
21-Year-Old 'Eager' Georgia Firefighter Dies in His Sleep During 1st ShiftNews
Donation to Kyle Rittenhouse's Crowdfunding Campaign Gets Virginia Cop Fired From the Department: OfficialsCrime
Greensboro Zoning Commissioner Ousted After Refusing to Address Woman as 'Doctor' in MeetingNews
Cops Called on Couple Who Tried to Have Wedding at $5M Florida Mansion Without Owner's PermissionOffbeat