An update from the Podcacher forums...
TAZ427 wrote:That said, it wasn't a piece of paper in a park. It was a PVC container hanging in a tree at the entrance to Disneyland (or at least that's what I'm reading.) I'm glad it wasn't a Geocacher who put it there or Munzeer? what's the noun form of someone who does Munzees?
Anyway, even as a Geocacher, I'd be suspicious of a PVC Pipe at the entrance to Disneyland knowing that a container cache would never be approved to be placed there. For the same reason the Washington DC area is mostly void of container caches (plenty of Virtuals)
Thanks. That's what I'd been trying to figure out and all I could find as "spiritual message of good will", not any description of what it was. My best guess, since not container or physical object was being described was that it as a note / paper. I take it you've gottent that from some other article about the event?
So, per TAZ427, it may have actually been a physical container (though, not a cache) that caused the alarm at Disneyland.
Per this article, from the school the man who left the item was with, states that it WAS just a rolled up piece of paper with "ornate" writing on it.
Rohnert Park man accidentally triggers weekend bomb scare at Disneyland
Either way, it's always a good thing to carefully consider the appropriateness of the cache type for the location you are considering.