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DEATH At Disneyland – Secret “Club 33” Manager

It’s time again for another Winger mystery.

And tonight’s episode is: A Death at Disneyland.

A simple accident or something more?

On Friday a cast member (that’s Disney’s lingo for ’employee’) died from severe head trauma caused from falling off a moving golf cart.

Reports from the scene reveal that Anaheim Police rushed to the resort on Wednesday around 11:30 a.m. PT.

The collision happened backstage.

Sounds simple enough. These things happen.

But they use golf carts all the time, every day, for years in those backstage & underground areas in the park.

Never heard of someone dying from falling off a golf cart.

If that’s what really caused her severe head trauma.

How does an employee of 24 years just fall out of a golf cart?

How fast were they going?

Was she racing and then took a sharp corner, going 8 miles an hour?

There are speed governors on those carts. They can only go so fast.

Are there no cameras in the area?

Of course there are.

Could it be a simple accident? Sure.

I just find it odd that the 1st time this happens, it just happens to be the manager to the secret Masonic club for elites that’s tucked away in the park: Club 33

Club 33 is long known to be associated to Freemasons.

Yahoo News reports:

A Disneyland employee died from her injuries Friday after falling from a moving golf cart at the theme park two days prior.

Anaheim Police and Anaheim Fire and Rescue personnel arrived at the resort Wednesday at around 11:30 a.m. PT to the area of West Ball Road and South West Street in response to a collision that occurred backstage, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The Disneyland employee, later identified by the Orange Country Coroner Division as 60-year-old Fullerton resident Bonnye Mavis Lear, struck her head after falling from the moving golf cart and was taken to a local hospital in grave condition. Lear died from her injuries Friday, two days after being hospitalized for severe head trauma.

Lear, who worked at Disneyland Resort for 24 years, most recently supported membership services at Club 33, a private dining club located in the New Orleans Square area of the theme park.

TMZ adds:

We’re told the victim was a passenger in the cart, and this was strictly an accident — no drugs or alcohol are suspected. The cart driver wasn’t injured.

Seeing as how Bonnye Lear was the manager to this secret club, there’s a lot of questions that come from this.

Did she see anything she shouldn’t have?

Was she going to be a whistleblower?

If so, was she silenced?

Is this just another ‘sudden deaths’ side effect of the jab and she passed out in the golf club, causing her to fall out and hit her head?

Or is it really just a simple accident?

And even if it was a simple accident, there’s plenty going on at Disneyland that needs to be dragged into the light.

Want to go down there?


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