Walt Disney's purchase-order for Disneyland's petrified tree




What's "petrified stone"? Frightened granite?


Why can't we know what he paid for it?


If you never noticed it before, you probably also didn't notice that at least one of the pinnacles of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is designed to mimic its shape.


Granite, according to some geologists, is petrified shale and sandstone.


Why is it considered a white elephant?


Why is the price censored?

People worry about such weird stuff.


This is the answer to the Disneyland trivia question that will er, 'stump' even the most knowledgable fan....
What is the oldest attraction in Disneyland?


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