You might consider yourself to be a huge Disney fan, but we bet that we know a few things about one of your favorite parks that might surprise you. Regardless of how many times you’ve taken the trip to Disneyland, there are always things you won’t notice, from hidden Mickey Mouse faces, to human skeletons on some of the rides. That’s right, one of your favorite rides, Pirates of the Caribbean, is home to actual skeletons. Frighteningly enough, those bones are far from the only body part to make it into the park. But not all the secrets that we will reveal are so grisley. We will tell you about Club 33, an exclusive club that if you don’t already know about, you probably can’t afford the expensive entrance fees. You might get a kick out of seeing your favorite Disney characters brought to life by performers, but those hard-working employees go through way more than you might guess. In addition to being responsible for their own makeup, or wearing costumes that can weigh almost 50 lbs, one big source of stress is being constantly manhandled by park guests. The park may seem to always be filled with people, but if you look closely, you might see one of the hundreds of cats that call Disneyland their home. It turns out that they have been around since the park first opened, and they don’t show any signs of disappearing any time soon.