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News & Rumors



    (2/5/16) Adventureland (Iowa) - Construction Update For The Monster (MORE...)
    (1/30/16) Playland's Castaway Cove - Gale Force Construction Update (MORE...)
    (1/30/16) Miracle Strip Amusement Park Rides Up For Silent Auction (MORE...)
    (1/23/16) Santa's Village Azoosment Park To Bring Back The Snowball Ride (MORE...)
    (1/8/16) Playland's Castaway Cove - Gale Force Construction (MORE...)


ACTION PARK (New Jersey)

2016 - Sky Turtle / Sky Caliber - Confirmed - (3/9/15) The LA Times has confirmed that Action Park has indeed purchased the first Sky Caliber vertical looping waterslide from Sky Turtle.
    (3/6/15) CoasterChitChat reports that the infamous Action Park in New Jersey has signed a deal to be the first waterpark to install one of the new Sky Turtle / Avanche Waterslides vertical looping waterslides. If you don't recall, they were shown off for the first time at IAAPA last November and were one of the most new and shocking creations we've seen in a long time. I'll repost our IAAPA report on them below as well, but to be brief... riders are sent down inside a capsule that will take the brunt of the sliding and banging down a vertical 90 plunge before going up and through a vertical 360 loop inversion. It's a great nod to the Action Park of old, which was also known for having the very first vertical loop waterslide... for a short time at least before the potential lawsuits started to pile up.
    (11/22/14) Did you catch that crazy teaser video showing off the first true modern vertical looping waterslide from Sky Turtle a few days ago?  I’ll post it below if you missed it, but our friends from In The Loop caught up with Lance Fisher from Sky Turtle at IAAPA and interviewed him about the creation of this revolutionary new concept, the building of the prototype and just how he got the idea of riding down inside a protective capsule.

    (11/20/14) A video you don’t want to miss is a sneak-preview of the first modern true vertical loop waterslide experience by a company named Sky Turtle. I promise, you've never seen a waterside quite like this one, where you actually ride it inside a strange capsule that goes down a true 90 vertical plunge.




2016 -  Nothing is known at this point in time...



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...



???? - Proposed New Park - (10/24/14) 2014_1023_AdventurePointeSignGood news for our Texas readers who are longing for one of the new proposed theme parks to begin construction. An official sign promoting that the Adventure Pointe park is “Coming Soon” is now on site. I’m borrowing the photo from their Facebook page, so I hope they don’t mind. On the page they also announce that their list of rides coming to the park is also complete and they hope to kick off a series of announcements about the new rides and park itself very soon.
    (3/10/14) The official website for the proposed new Adventure Pointe theme park in Texas has been updated and has announced the Adventure Pointe Roundhouse in their blog. The Roundhouse is described as a event center dedicated to showcasing how the Slusky family’s historical train collection will be maintained and refurbished. The structure will host banquets, weddings, dancers and more. They also have confirmed that Adventure Pointe will also feature 4,200 SqFt Ice Skating Rink that will be open to the public year round. 
    (12/18/13) More details about the proposed Adventure Pointe theme park coming to the Houston area can be found in a new BlooLoop article about the park. Don’t forget to keep up with things at the park’s official Facebook page as well.
    (12/9/13) A second park project is in the works for the Houston, Texas area called Adventure Pointe. The 25-acre project comes from the family of the man who created Playland Park decades ago and will be located next to the Tanger Outlet Mall on I-45 South. Groundbreaking is slated to happen in Spring 2014 in order for the park to open in 2015.
    (3/18/13) While the Houston, Texas area still lacks a large theme park, the greater area around Houston seems to be flourishing with new ideas for smaller park projects. Back in December we first heard the early rumors of a possible 25-acre mini-park planned to be near the Tanger Outlet Mall near Texas City that would have a tie to the old Playland Park.
    Today a little more information has come out as the city “has confirmed an area physician’s interest in building the park on 25 acres near the Tanger outlet mall, but no plans have been submitted.”  However, a new Facebook page for “Playland Park” has gone live and does outline the details a little more, calling it “Playland Park – Texas City”.  They have named the new park project in honor of Houston’s first real amusement park, Playland Park, and hope to open it by Summer 2015. 
    The park will have a retro-Americana theme to it, and will feature locomotive rides on the refurbished trains that formerly served at the Houston Zoo, but will now make runs around this new 25 acre attraction. The park will also have a Grand Carousel, an Eyerly Monster, Antique Car ride, Tea Cups and a Tilt-a-Whirl to celebrate the classic rides of the past. They will also offer new style attractions such as a “unique roller coaster zip line, an Xtra-ice 'ice' skating rink, and fast though eco-friendly Indy-type electric go-karts.”  There will also be green spaces, a large picnic area, an outdoor amphitheater for concerts and an indoor pavilion to be rented out for corporate events or private functions.
    Good luck to them, I hope this one happens… but it wouldn’t be Playland Park without also offering a wooden coaster as well. Lets hope they include this in the final plans too.
    (12/7/12) A small update about the new small amusement park project in the Houston area by the Tanger Outlets has been posted by the local news. They say that 25 acres have been purchased by a man with “ties” to Houston’s old Playland Park which was open from the mid 1940’s to 1960’s. Could we see the return of a new Playland Park in Houston?



icon_STOP2016 - The Monster - (2/5/16) A few photos from Adventureland (Iowa) showing off the track for The Monster, their new coaster, along with a peek at the mold for the front of the coaster cars, has been posted to their Facebook page.
    (7/10/15) Adventureland (Iowa) has announced that they will build The Monster, a new steel roller coaster that will replace the park's Log Ride. The new coaster from Gerstlauer will feature 2,500 feet of track, a 133 ft tall vertical lift hill, a 101 beyond vertical first drop and 5 inversions. The last day to ride the Log Ride will be on Labor Day (Sept. 7).
    The Monster will actually be the first of Gerstlauer's "Infinity Coaster" line to come to America, which appears to be the next-gen evolution of Gerstlauer's popular Eurofighter line of coasters, able to make tighter twists and turns as well as run trains that can range from 8 riders (2 rows) to a full 32 rider (8 row) train. A video of The Monster layout in action can be seen below.

    (3/3/15) According to a Screamscape reader, this may be the last season for the log flume at Adventureland (Iowa). Rumor has it, the flume will be replaced by something new by next year, possibly a new family coaster project.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...


BAY BEACH (Green Bay, WI)

2016 - Falling Star - Confirmed - (1/16/15) The local news confirmed that the park would add a Falling Star ride that seats 48 riders at once to the park for the 2016 season.


BEECH BEND PARK  (Bowling Green, Kentucky)

Park News - (7/29/15) Despite the original news reports about the accident at Beech Bend on the Jitter Big swing ride only listing children as having been injured on the ride, I’ve been informed that this wasn't the innocent kiddie ride that I had first thought it was upon seeing the photos. While any mention of the Jitter Bug has been removed from the list of rides at Beech Bend’s official website, photos showing the ride in action beforehand show that it had seats large enough for adults, and actually did spin fast enough to swing out the riders quite a bit. Also take note of this picture here, which appears to show guests helping the trapped riders out of their seats just after the accident, you can even see one adult woman still trapped in her seat in the middle of the photo.
   The same two questions still remain however:
   Was the ride not secured to the ground properly?
   Was the ride improperly loaded in regards to proper weight distribution?
    (7/26/15) An accident took place in Kentucky at the Beech Bend amusement park when a kiddie swing ride tipped over on it's side in mid-ride on Saturday afternoon. Based on the photos, this is a swing ride just for smaller children and the ones I've seen move very slowly when in operation. So while there were minor injuries reported, it seems most did not require an ambulance to transport them for medical treatment.
    I'm not sure of how this kind of ride is supposed to be installed, but I would have thought something like this would have been bolted to the ground, unless perhaps it was a portable model that didn't have that ability. That said, about the only way you are going to tip a ride like this over is if it is improperly loaded by putting heavy riders all next to each other on one side and leaving the rest side of the ride very light or empty. So I'm guessing the cause, when determined, will be operator error, which doesn't bode well for Beech Bend.

icon_STOP2016 - Four Waterslides and Spinning Out - (1/7/16) CoasterChitChat reports that Beech Bench will open four new waterslides in 2016 as part of a new slide complex. It will feature Cyclone Saucers, Tidal Wave, Riptide and Polynesian Plunge. Cyclone Saucers will actually be the first ProSlide Flying Saucer 30 slide in North America. The rest of the lineup includes a blue slide with a pair of mini Tornados (with open tops), a CannonBowl and a Pipeline Wave slide. This is all in addition to Spinning Out, a new spinning SBF/VISA spinning coaster that will take the place of the removed Dragon coaster. Follow the link for a look at the new slide artwork.
    (11/2/15) Beech Bend has announced that the park will add a new spinning coaster to the park for 2016 to be called Spinning Out. The 4-passenger cars will be painted to look like Black & White checkered racing flags. While the announcement doesn't mention the manufactuer, RCDB claims it will be a small Figure-8 compact spinner from SBF/Visa Group, which should end up looking similar to the one in picture shown here. I'm told that this ride will replace the park's Dragon Coaster.



2016 - Policias y Ratones - (7/23/15) I'm told that Bosque Magico will open a wild mouse style coaster in 2016 to be called "Policias y Ratones". This coaster was first announced as coming in late 2015, but looks like they have pushed it back to 2016 instead. The coaster will be a Reverchon spinning mouse coaster.
    (10/8/14) According to the latest tweet from Bosque Magico, the park will add two new coasters in 2015… the already announced Zombie Ride (Premier Rides) as well as Policias Ratones, a Reverchon spinning mouse coaster.


CALAWAY PARK (Alberta, Canada)

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, nothing new was added in 2013, 2014 or 2015 either.


CASINO PIER (Seaside Heights, NJ)

2016 - New Coaster and Ferris Wheel - Planned - (12/18/14) According to this article at BlooLoop, Casino Pier has plans to expand the north end of the pier in 2016 by adding a new ferris wheel and a new roller coaster. No word on just how big of a coaster they are thinking, but chances are it will be small.


CASTLE PARK (California)

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...


(Purchased by Kieran Burke / Gary Story in Nov. 2011)

Park News - (5/25/15) Clementon Park has caught the wrath of local guests after the park rented itself out after-hours to a private event last week that was supposed to be a charity fund raiser. What the park got instead were videos of adults and their questionable behavior taking place in the park, the parking lot and an impromptu Twerking Contest in the waterpark.
    Yep... I said it, and I never thought I would ever have the opportunity to write the words, "Twerking Contest" on Screamscape... but Whoomp There It Is. Who knew? Anyway, you can witness it for yourself embedded into this news report.
    To the park's credit however, once they realized what was going on and saw the behavior at the private charity event start to become "inappropriate", they shut down the event early and have since banned that event from ever taking place at the park again in the future.

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, nothing new was added in 2013, 2014 or 2015 either.


CLIFF’S AMUSEMENT PARK (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...

???? - Greezed Lightnin’ - (5/7/12) Amusement Today reports that Joyland (Lubbock, Texas) has reached an agreement with Cliff’s Amusement Park in New Mexico to trade the former Greezed Lightnin’ coaster from Astroworld (Schwarzlopf Shuttle Loop) in exchange for Cliff’s old water just removed to make way for a bigger version to open this year.
    Joyland will begin construction on the water fortress for their 2013 season once the summer is over. No word on the exact timetable for Cliff’s to install Greezed Lightnin’ but they will have the coaster rehabbed and repainted at Larson’s text facility before they putting it up in New Mexico.


CONEY ISLAND (Cincinnati, OH)

2016 - Typhoon Tower - (12/14/15) NewsPlusNotes has posted concept artwork of a new waterpark expansion project called Typhoon Tower coming to Ohio's Coney Island Amusement Park in 2016. The attraction is a large splash fortress style addition, but with two waterslides launching off the top towers on either side as well. Rather than use a traditional dump bucket however, Typhoon Tower will use something called a Hydro Storm, which offers a dump-bucket style drenching, but with water spraying out in 360 from a giant Tiki head.



2016 - Laguna Splash Waterpark Expansion - Confirmed - (2/23/15) Groundbreaking will take place soon for a planned $12.5 million waterpark expansion that should be ready to open by Memorial Day Weekend 2016. This will add a new wave pool and lazy river to the current Tipton Waterworks and Rapids Water Park, which will be renamed as Laguna Splash and feature an Italian theme. Other fun Italian features will also be added, such as a Leaning Tower of Pisa with tipping buckets and vases and other interactive water features. The addition will also see thee new food venutres added: an Italian pasta area featuring DelGrosso Foods, a new steak shop with Philly-style cheesesteaks and a Grill building on an island by the lazy river with char-grilled chicken, hamburgers and hot dogs.
    (2/12/15) A reader who passed by the DelGrosso's this week reports that the park appeared to be removing their mini golf course and go-karts. Meanwhile an interesting piece of artwork was found over at AquaticsGroup showing off a proposed plan for DelGrosso's to expand their waterpark with a new lazy river, wading cove and wave pool, along with a lounge area, pedestrian bridge, snack bars and more. Could this be what the park is working on?



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, nothing new was added in 2013, 2014 or 2015 either.


Owned by Parque Reunidos

Park News - (7/23/15) A quick look at the new toll plaza booths set up in the Dutch Wonderland parking lot can be seen on Facebook where they say they will begin to use them starting July 27th.

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, nothing new was added in 2013, 2014 or 2015 either.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


GILROY GARDENS (Gilroy, California)

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


IDLEWILD (Pennsylvania)
Parques Reunidos

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time.


KEMAH BOARDWALK (near Houston, Texas)
Landry’s Restaurants  (SAT MAP)

icon_STOPPark News - (1/5/16) I'm told that the Kemah Boardwalk will be closing down the Boardwalk Bullet from now through March 4th for off-season maintenance and re-tracking. According to our source this will be the second year of an 8-year plan to re-track the entire ride.

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.

???? - Log Jammer - (8/29/11) A reader who contacted Little Amerricka about when they might get Log Jammer reopen was told that the ride wasn’t expected to be up and running again its new home for another 3-5 years.
    (1/29/10) Little Amerricka has confirmed in their newsletter than they have purchased the Log Jammer from Chicago’s former Kiddieland park. While they wont be able to get it up and running in time for the 2010 season, they will take the time to restore it and add it to their own collection of rides in the near future.


MARTIN’S FANTASY ISLAND (Grand Island, New York - near Niagara Falls)

Park News - (11/11/14) Screamscape sources have confirmed that Martin’s Fantasy Island are putting their Beanstalk family tower ride and the semi-new Over The Falls ride up for sale on the used ride market. Word is that they want new rides to replacement, but may wait to shop for the best deal on the IAAPA show floor, so there is no telling what they might bring home, though a real drop tower was said to be on the top of their shopping list.

2016/2017 – New Ride - Rumor - (9/18/15) According to a link sent in by a reader, Martin’s Fantasy Island appears to be trying to sell off their Giant Gondola Wheel, and you can see the listing over at ITAL. If they are planning on removing it, it’s a good bet that have something in the works to replace it for 2016, though they could perhaps wait until IAAPA in November to narrow their choices down to the final one. For now, we’ll just wait and see.
    (10/3/14) I’m told we should keep an eye on the old Log Flume site in the park as the location for the park’s next big attraction… eventually.


MIRACLE STRIP at PIER PARK (Panama City, Florida)


icon_STOPPark News - (1/30/2016) Things are not looking good for the Miracle Strip Amusement Park right now, as the Rides4U website has a large collection of their attractions now listed up as part of a Silent Auction that will take place now through Feb. 22nd and mentions that all of the equipment you buy must be removed from the property by Feb. 29th, 2016. The listing even includes the old Starliner coaster.
    (11/30/15) Remember how I reported that the small Miracle Strip park in Panama City had closed down and was said to be in the process of being sold to a new owner?  Well, looks like things have taken a twist, because the local news now reports that the family the operated the park is being evicted from the property for not paying more than a year's worth of rent, a sum worth nearly $329,000. It also seems that they may have an unpaid tax bill as well that is worth over $275,000.
    (9/23/15) According to the local news the reborn Miracle Strip park in Panama City Beach has closed down, though they owners are in talks with a company interested in buying and running the park. Interesting that this all happened following the just announced plans to build a 190 foot tall  observation wheel on the site, though they claim they were in the process of selling the park before the variance was approved, and having the approved variance in place is a requirement of the sale.
   Once the sale is complete, it will be up to the new owners to announce a reopening date. Looks like the planned rebuild of the Starliner wooden coaster will also have to wait until after the observation wheel is finished.

2016/2017 - Giant Wheel - (9/14/15) According to this article the local council has approved plans to build a nearly 190 foot tall observation wheel at Miracle Strip Amusement Park. Depending on contracts and build schedules, it could be completed as early as next summer.

???? - The Starliner Returns - Planning - (5/4/15) According to this news report construction on the new Starliner has yet to begin, and because of the delays we're more than likely looking at it to open for 2016 at the earliest instead of this year.
    (8/11/14) The owners of the new Miracle Strip at Pier Park say they are ready to begin construction to rebuild the Starliner coaster this fall. Watch this local news report on it to see more. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch the animation below to see the modified coaster layout from Great Coasters. To fit the Starliner into the new site, the layout has been forced to have changed into a L-Shaped Out & Back instead of the old straight Out & Back layout from the original and Cypress Gardens installations.

    (6/10/13) The latest effort to rebuild the Starliner in Panama City involves the selling of custom bricks for $50 that will make up a pathway running to the rebuild Starliner once it is ready to reopen at the new Miracle Strip site. If all goes according to plan they will begin construction this fall, move the existing rides to the new site (along with 9 more) to the new site in time to open in Spring 2014. They hope to start construction on the Starliner in Fall 2014 and have it open by Spring 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


PLAYLAND at the PNE (Vancouver, Canada)

Park News - (10/13/14) News Plus Notes reports that Playland at the PNE is planning a 13-year long, $80 million renovation project schedule to both update and expand the park. Once complete, Playland will have been expanded by an additional 8 acres and add new attractions.

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time.



icon_STOP2016 - Gale Force - Confirmed - (1/30/16) A reader sent in two new pictures from the Gale Force construction site at Playland's Castaway Cove.




The supports are now going vertical, so it wont be long before we see track go up as well.
    (1/8/16) A reader sent in a picture from Playland’s Castaway Cove showing off the footers now poured and ready for the Gale Force coaster when it arrives. So far there was no sign of any coaster steel on site however.
    (11/19/15) A picture of the new S&S coaster car for the Gale Force coaster coming to Playland's Castaway Cove in 2016 has been posted to Instagram.
    (8/6/15) A quick note about Gale Force, the new S&S Worldwide coaster going into Playland's Castaway Cove. According to a press release from S&S, this will be the first LSM launched coaster to open in the "Northeast region of the U.S." and that this coaster is an evolution of the S&S El Loco product line, which they are referring to as an S&S LSM Triple Launch Coaster.
    The top speed of the launch is 64mph, up and over a 125 foot crest, dropping down at a 100 angle to hit 59mph. Other features include a 180 Twisting Climb, an "off-camber dive drop, a corked roll, a top hat twist and a raven dive." Good news for smaller riders too... the height limit to ride Gale Force will only be 48 inches.
    (8/5/15) Playland's Castaway Cove will build a new roller coaster for 2016 called Gale Force. The coaster will stand 125 feet tall, include a 64mph launch, a beyond 90 drop and more, all in a very compact space. The coaster is actually a new product from S&S Worldwide, and almost looks like it could be S&S's take on the Premier Ride's Sky Rocket II compact launch-coaster concept, starting off with a similar forwards, backwards, forwards launch sequence to get up to speed. The train will hold 12 riders in three rows of 4-across. Look for Gale Force to replace the park's current Python and Flitzer coasters.


SAN FRANCISCO DUNGEON (San Francisco, CA @ Fisherman’s Wharf)

Attraction News - (10/9/15) Great news for Screamscape readers interesting in going to the Wicked Wednesday zombie themed event at The San Francisco Dungeon on October 21st. Screamscape readers can now buy VIP tickets to attend in advance through the website for the discounted rate of $27 (down from $35) by clicking this link.
    (10/8/15) There are some unique extra events taking place at the San Francisco Dungeon during October. For starters, Zombies will be taking over San Francisco on October 21st, "a side effect of Dr. Q Albus Fine's experimental plague cure". This one time event called Wicked Wednesday is only for ages 21+, and "The Zombie Club" will be on-site at 7pm to help with make-up for guests interested in being "zombified". All Zombies attending will also receive "shots" to help curb hunger pangs while in the Dungeon.
    Keep an eye out throughout October for other special Halloween experiences as Miss Piggott is taking back her territory now that Jack The Ripper has departed. Who is Miss Piggott? She is "a saloon owner who may or may not run a littleshanghaiing business on the side. She's been away looking for some new pretty little waiter girls for her saloon, but rumors of Jack the Ripper have been driving away business. Keep an eye out as Miss Piggott does some reconnaissance with special pub appearances, and comes back to the Dungeonfor Halloween, plying visitors with all new tricks and treats October 1 - 31."


2013_SantasVillageAzoosmentPark_logo1SANTA’S VILLAGE AZOOSMENT PARK (Dundee, Illinois)

Park News - (8/7/15)  I'm not quite sure what happened, but it has been confirmed that Santa's Village AZoosment Park has now closed their WildCat coaster for good. I'm a bit curious why it closed so soon, though it was a used ride, it just opened at the park last year. I'm told that "a new and exciting project" is in the works for that area of the park to replace it... we're just not sure what, or even when...

icon_STOP2016 - The Snowball Ride - (1/23/16) Santa's Village Azoosment Park has announced the first of several rumored new rides for the park this week. According to the video teaser the park will bring back the 1962 Snowball ride to the park once again... which was originally built by Arrow Dynamics.

Its BACK! from Azoosment Park on Vimeo.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, nothing new was added in 2013, 2014 or 2015 either.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


SESAME PLACE (Philadelphia)
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


SELVA MAGICA (Guadalajara, Mexico)

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


Managed by Herschend Family Entertainment

icon_STOP2016 - The Jump - (12/30/15) Stone Mountain will open a new upcharge attraction in 2016 called The Jump. It will open near the existing Sky Hike ropes course and offer guests a chance to leap from a tall platform into a giant stuntman style inflatable air-bag. There will be a smaller version for little kids (less than 10 ft tall) and a much taller one for those 44 inches or taller that will let to take a leap from either a 15 foot or 20 foot platform. They hope to have The Jump ready to open by April 2016.


Parques Reunidos

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.



2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


WESTERN PLAYLAND (Sunland Park, New Mexico)

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...


WildWaves_logoWILD WAVES  (Seattle-Tacoma, WA)
Owned by CNL Lifestyle Properties
Managed by NorPoint Entertainment

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time...



Park News - (5/13/15) Wonderland Park in Texas experienced an accident this week when the park's Drop of Fear tower ride malfunctioned just after the ride cycle started. From the sound of the report, the rider cart started to ride and suddenly fell back down to the bottom after a few seconds, bounced up a little bit and from somewhere a chunk of metal fell to the ground, and may have shot some shrapnel fragments out as well. the Drop of Fear ride remains closed while they investigate what happened, though thankfully there were no serious injuries.

2016 - Nothing is known at this point in time, but nothing new was added in 2015.


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