I was hoping someone would say Blair Witch. The problem is that, it would be tough trying to ride with it. For those who saw the movie, we never know who is responsible, it could've been some sort of witch or ghost, then again it could've been just a bunch of backwoods folk messing with the people. Good answer though. What does everybody else say? ------------- Parks for 2000: CP, Great Escape, Great Adventure, SFA, Islands of Adventure, Kennywood
How about Chucky? Oh wait, he's too short. ;) ------------- "Put out an APB for a male suspect, driving a... car of some sort; heading in the direction of, uh, you know, that place that sells chili. Suspect is hatless. Repeat, hatless."- P.C. Wiggum
Tornado said: "I would have to say Vincent Price. I know some of you do not know who he is. Ask your folks who he is."
Great pick Tornado. Mr Price was reportedly a coaster connoiseur, not sure if was in ACE or any club though. How great would it have been to board the Cyclone Racer and look over at the gentleman in the seat next to you and it is Vincent Price!!!:)
I would have to ride with two of Japan's biggest horror movie stars; Godzilla and Gamera. Although if we rode a B&M it would have to be one that has the "chunky boy" seats as all three of us are guys of great girth.
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I do believe Vincent Price was a coaster enthusiast. He starred in the original House on Haunted Hill, and in the re-make, Geoffrey Rush plays a character named Mr. Price, and in the movie he is an amusement park tycoon. Anyone see a connection?
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