Since Walt Disney World opened in 1971, visitors have lost more than 1.6 million pairs of sunglasses at the parks. As attendance has increased, that number has now ramped up to a remarkable 210 pairs lost per day. Each year guests also lose around 18,000 hats, 6,000 cell phones, and 7,500 autograph books.
And then there’s the weird stuff. Among the items that have recently been handed in to Disney’s lost-and-found are a prosthetic leg, a wig, and a glass eye. As of yet, though, nobody has come looking for skeletons.