Oh no... The Twister. It's all coming back to me now. When I was younger, I went to IB and there was a ride I rode that spun me like no other. And it is the only ride to this day that has ever caused me to lose my lunch on the midway. For many years I thought it was the Tilt-O-Whirl, but seeing this movie completely sparked my memory. This was the ride. Thanks for the video. I think I feel sick now.
^What in the heck is Sgt. Pepper. There is a crazy train that goes upside down. They aren't in amusement parks, and it would probably be used. The only problem is with "Fall". It's doesn't really fall though. It also depends if that ride would fit that spot.
This is a Larson Crazy Train, or Hi-Roller. That ride stinks though!
The other idea I'm thinking is the S&S Sky Swatter. It's being removed from SFNE, it's "falls", it's the only one in America, it's a crazy type of ride, and it does go upside down.
This is quite fun! *** Edited 10/26/2007 4:44:00 PM UTC by Spinout*** *** Edited 10/26/2007 4:45:05 PM UTC by Spinout***
Fall Head over Heels Steal (someones heart) I am getting a valentine effect. Does anybody remember the rides that were suggested for Holiday World when people thought they might have been adding a valentines section?
Mind you, even a tiny difference, such as that between 0 and 0.000126, can make a world of difference.
Probably not sincd Indiana Beach already has a Double Shot. I'm thinking some kind of steel coaster, perhaps some kind of shuttle with inversions because of the "head over heels" and "all over again" comments. A shuttle would make sense since one could probably be squeezed into the park with the shuffling of a few rides, or building over them entirely. A steel coaster with inversions is one thing missing from IB, and ironically a great park to the south as well.
Oh I hope it is a steel coaster! That is something Indiana really lacks in. I do only live about 40 minutes from Indiana Beach, so maybe I can go down there this off season and see if I can get some construction photos. Just think, if it is indeed a steel coaster, maybe Holiday World will follow with one in the next year or so? They aren't exactly rivals, being at different ends of this long state and all...Indiana Beach attracting the northern/northwest part of the state along with Chicago and Holiday World getting the Louisville and Evansville audiences along with the rest of the southern part of the state...however, Holiday World seemed to jump on the CCI wagon after Indiana Beach installed Hoosier Hurricane :)
What if Indiana Beach bought Geauga Lake's boomerang...is that possible?