Dennis Day Dead: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Dennis Day Dead: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Human remains found inside the Oregon home of entertainer Dennis Day are believed to be those of the original Mouseketeer. Though officials have not confirmed Day is dead, his sister shared a post on Facebook referring to her brother as being in Heaven.

Day, who would have turned 76 on Sunday, was reported missing in July of 2018. If the body is that of Day, which appears to be now widely reported but not confirmed, it’s not clear why the Mouseketeer was not located sooner given where his body was discovered.

Day, who was one of the original cast members of the Mickey Mouse Club in the mid-1950s, disappeared from the small town of Phoenix, Oregon.

Day told his partner of a near half-century Ernest Caswell, that he was off to visit friends. Caswell, who suffers from dementia had been hospitalized and now lives in a nursing facility, alerted friends. and police were called.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Normally I do not do entertainment news, but I knew and worked with Dennis in the 70s at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire and amusement park gigs in Southern Cal. He was a great guy, although frustrated he could not shed his Mouseketeer image. The story about his car seems weird, like why didn't the cops arrest those two for car theft.