They ditched Disney World in droves.
The monstrous Hurricane Dorian's threatened arrival turned Disney World in Orlando, Florida, into a ghost town earlier this week, pictures of the eerily empty amusement park show.
The normally busy theme park was forced to close in advance of a possible hurricane hit — and the U.K.-based Mirror posted pictures of virtual emptiness at iconic draws like Cinderella Castle.
The park has since reopened after the deadly storm bypassed Florida on a track that took it up the coast toward Georgia and the Carolinas.
About 50,000 people usually visit Disney World every day, the Mirror noted.
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