The happiest place on Earth, Disney World, will soon be scanning the fingerprints of park-goers. Disney has installed finger print scanners in all four of its Lake Buena Vista parks in an effort to stop the reselling of expensive tickets. Park officials say the information will only be used to fight fraud and will not be hooked up to any law enforcement databases. Disney World tickets are pricey with a one-day ticket ringing in at $67, a seven-day pass costs $210. The multi-day passes seem to be a problem for Disney as people like to pass them around to other family members or sell them to other tourists. The new scanners will scan the prominent ridges and convert the information into a jumble of numbers. Disney says the information will be erased after the ticket is used up.