So last week I posted a picture of the Hidden Jafar at Animal Kingdom, and some of you — including my fellow resident parkeologist Teevtee — doubted its veracity. To be honest, I don’t blame you. I have been known to come up with some half baked notions and crazy conspiracy theories from time to time (though to be fair, I wasn’t the only one who thought he saw Elvis performing in several episodes of Doug Live — you know who you are)
Doug had his own stage show at Disney MGM Studios, don’t you remember? Yeah, I didn’t think so. But parkeologists never forget.
The Hidden Jafar really may be just a coincidence, but I did hear about it from an Animal Kingdom Cast Member. As everyone knows, Cast Members never have bad information. If it is a coincidence, it’s a pretty awesome one. Just curious, for those of you who can’t see it… Do you also have problems with those Magic Eye posters? I’ve had people tell me those aren’t real either. But they are real, and so is the Loch Ness Monster. Trust me, I’ve received several insulting emails from Nessie (sea serpents hate my guts).
This photo was snapped just a couple weeks ago. Really, it made the news! And if this isn’t incontrovertible proof of a giant prehistoric monster living in a Socttish pond, I don’t know what is.
Anyway, I stand by my photo of the Hidden Jafar, and through awkward, amateurish use of photoshop I have attempted to give you a point of reference below. If you still think I’m hallucinating, all I can do is refer you to Acts 2:15.
Tell me: Am I imagining it??
Just for kicks, here is a Magic Eye image. The first person who tells me what the secret image is will win a free subscription to parkeology.