The death of young toddler Lane Graves leaves many to wonder and pondering, if Disney has been lying to them all along about how safe the posh resorts are?
I know when my family and I were there 2 years ago, I questioned how safe it was to one of the captains of a boat. He reassured me that Disney had a way of tracking the alligators. I thought at the time that they had some kind of sonar tracking technology. Boy, was I wrong. My family and I had stopped many times by the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa by boat, and I was wishing at the time that we could afford to stay at such a place. But looks can be deceiving. We stayed at the Disney Wilderness Resort which was very nice at the time and it fit more to our budget. But even there, I told our daughter to be careful going out because alligators could be out there. She laughed and thought, I was being an over protective mom. But, I know that alligators can travel on land or water. We see them on golf courses in Florida and apartment buildings that are screened in to keep the predators out. You would think with all the technology available today that Disney could keep their patrons safe by installing electronic gates and sonar technology to see what’s lurking in those dark waters.
Personally, I would think for the prices that Disney World Resorts charge that they could reassure their patrons that their resorts are safe with state of the art technology.