Is Gamble Place Real?

Is Gamble Place Real? You bet it is! The saga about the history of the Gamble Place as told in Key to the Kingdom is true. The author has been there and just recently the state of Florida has finally gotten the area opened to the general public. Here is the sign referred to in the story.

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It is Just A Gate

It Is Just A Gate In Disney’s Animal Kingdom there are many wonderful discoveries to be made. Yet one of them becomes important in Key to the Kingdom. It is a gate. Located near Expedition Everest this gate moves Grayson Hawkes another step closer to solving the mystery he is chasing. The question is asked, “are the things in the book real?” The answer is, “yes…for the most part.” In this case the mysterious...

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Walt’s Plane

Walt’s Plane This plane was used by Walt Disney while he was scouting out places to built Walt Disney World in Florida. This is the real deal. He loved to fly and this plane was affectionately known as “The Mouse.” Walt would carry both himself and his Imagineers from California to look at the Florida property. The plane is a Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I twin engine turboprop. The tail number of N234MM was specially assigned to...

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For Rent

For Rent In Disney’s Hollywood Studios you can circle Echo Lake. With the lake at your back you face Peevy’s Polar Pipeline. This little snack stand is a great place to cool off on a blistering summer day. The name Peevy might catch the attention of a true Disney trivia fan. The Disney action adventure film The Rocketeer was set in Hollywood during the 1930s. Peevy was an eccentric inventor, fix-it, tinkerer who helped figure out how...

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