A video of Disney’s Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster with the lights turned on has become the latest Disney World footage to go viral online, with viewers labeling it “scary.”

The video was shared by TikTok user @everythingdisney133, who frequently posts old park footage and updates. However, this time, a video of Disney’s renowned Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster with the lights switched on has gone viral, garnering over one million likes.

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The Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster debuted in 2002, and the ride begins inside a “Hollywood music studio,” where guests witness footage of Aerosmith concluding a recording session and leaving for a show at the request of their manager.

In a hurry, travelers rush across Los Angeles’ highways, stopping at Hollywood sites in a super-stretch limo to the sounds of Aerosmith. There are two rollover loops and one corkscrew on the ride.

The TikToker called the footage as “unique,” as it shows the trip in full expose. Normally, the lights are turned off entirely, making every curve and twist surprising. Viewers can now see how the ride progresses and how the overlapping tracks appear. The film also clearly shows the barriers that confine the trip to the interior.

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Although the video became popular thanks to @everythingdisnye133, it was really posted by YouTube user O Forbes, who is either a metal worker or a quality control inspector for the rollercoaster.

The film, which was posted in 2013, was recorded from train #2 and was the first test after the ride was refurbished, thus the choice to keep the lights on.

With barely 13,000 views, the video didn’t take off as quickly as the TikTok repost, and the reactions weren’t as strong.

The clip shocked TikTok users, with one writing: “Disney rides with lights on that aren’t meant to have lights on horrify me for some reason.”

“Rollercoasters with the lights on are actually terrifying,” another spectator said.

The footage, which was released in 2013, was shot from train #2 and was the first test after the ride was rebuilt, thus the decision to keep the lights on.

The video didn’t gain traction as soon as the TikTok repost, and the reactions weren’t as intense.

TikTok viewers were startled by the video, with one saying, “Disney rides with lights on that aren’t meant to have lights on horrify me for some reason.”

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“Rollercoasters with the lights on are actually terrifying,” another spectator said.

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