Anaheim, California, home of the “Happiest Place on Earth” (though Orlando, Florida might contest this) is strange for one very unusual reason: strange things don’t seem to happen here. Even as the city decays around it, this oasis remains untouched by the horrors of the World of Darkness. Vampires cannot stand the area around Disney Land, Lupines avoid it like the plague, ghosts do not congregate here, and even mages report feeling uncomfortable. And no one is entirely certain why. The park is not located on a Wyrm’s Nest, it does not seem to be holy ground, and no evidence of magic or a curse of any kind has been found. And yet every so often, when an overconfident vampire, foolish mage, or brave werewolf does try to carve out a hunting ground or lair here the attempt inevitably ends in failure, sometimes quietly, sometimes violently. This has led some to wonder if this land is not so much free of horror but rather protected by something even more horrible. If so, what price do residents pay for the peace they enjoy?