My family just got home Saturday night from a wonderful week at WDW. We had a great trip..............aww.............I am missing it so much! Well, last night our friends asked us to go have dinner with them because they wanted to hear about our trip. My friend asked my girls what ride did they enjoy most. My youngest DD replied, "Tower of Terror and Expedition Everest." My friend's daughter then said to my DD," Do you know that someone died on that ride? I can't believe you ride it." I said, "No one died on that ride. The person died on Rock N Roller coaster." My friend then interrupted me. "Uh huh. Someone did die on Tower of Terror." I said, "I don't think so. Are you sure?" She then called to the end of the table, to her husband who was talking to my husband. She said, "Honey, didn't someone die on Tower of Terror?" He said yes. They have only been to MK. They have never been to any other park. They don't even know what Tower of Terror is. When I questioned the husband about it, he said that it happened not too long ago. I brought up the deaths on Mission Space, the water park and Rock N Roller coaster. He insists that someone died on Tower of Terror. Here is the question. I honestly don't know of a death on this ride. I am a Disney fan and an active member of these boards. I thought I would know if something like this happened. Maybe it did happen and I don't know about it or remember it. So tell me if it is true. Did someone die on Tower of Terror? Oh, one more thing. I know that when the Rock N Roller coaster death happened there were many threads here about it. Someone had posted a link to a web site that listed all of the deaths/accidents in the parks. If someone has that, will you list it here. If indeed there was no death on Tower of Terror, I want to send the link to my friend to prove it. Thanks! *Oh yes, I did later let the friends know that my two DDs also rode Rock N Roller coaster. They rode all of the thrill rides, except Mission Space. I know that my friends think I am a crazy person for this. I could tell.