A cast member was found dead in Phantom Manor, Disneyland Paris's popular haunted house. According to the coroner's report, the 45-year-old father died as a result of "accidental death by electrocution."
In 2006, a rider on Rock `n' Roller, a popular roller coaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios, was found dead when the ride came to a stop. Investigators determined that the 12-year-old boy's death was a result of congenital heart failure and not an error on Disney's part.
In 2005, a 4-year-old boy died of heart failure from riding Epcot's controversial Mission: Space. The ride is an intense g-force simulator that mimics how one would feel if they were blasting off to space in a rocket.
In 2007, a 51-year-old visitor of Disney's Blizzard Beach water park died of a heart attack near the Downhill Double Dipper water slide. No heart defibrillators were immediately available in the area and he was pronounced dead on arrival by local medics.
In 2005, a 30-year-old man from Indiana collapsed and died after exiting Dinosaur, a ride at Disney's Animal Kingdom. Further investigation revealed that his death was not a result of a ride malfunction; the young man suffered a heart attack from wearing a faulty pacemaker.
In 1995, a 4-year-old girl was found unresponsive after riding Disney World's Body Wars simulator. She was pronounced dead by the time she arrived at the hospital. Her death came as a result of a prior heart condition.