Posted Wednesday, January 11, 2012 3:52 PM | Contributed by mark burle
Kings Island spokesman Don Helbig says Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson spent the week of Nov. 14 at Kings Island investigating sightings of a “little girl in a blue dress” reported over the years by visitors, employees and security. Helbig said he heard about the “little girl in the blue dress” when he was a season pass holder in the 1980s, and invited “Ghost Hunters” here to look into the reports.
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Kings Island isn't old enough to have ghosts. Hell, it's younger than me...
I made the mistake of watching it. That's a half-hour of my life I'll never get back. BOR-ing.
DIDJYA SEE THAT??? <cut to commercial>
Yeah after watching it I was wondering why they were there? Did KI invite them or did they call KI? So why was a worker in Tower2 on WWL at night and what were they doing? And what about Tower Johnny (is that the ghost of the guy who fell from the Eiffel Tower)? It seemed every other phrase was from them saying how they debunk so much and KI was yet another. Also gotta wonder about that girl voice on the recording. Not so sure about this show. When they said Haunted House I was wondering where that was and if it was during Halloween. Nope, just the Scooby Doo ride.....Last edited by CoasterDaddy, Thursday, January 12, 2012 11:19 AM
I think they would not want to advertise the fact that someone died while falling from the Tower, if that is really happened. Very bad for publicity and you don't want mimickers.
Ah, but at least they determined that the ghost of the little girl posed no threat to any of the park workers. What a relief.
For me the creepiest part was that froot loop who kept saying "little girl, we're going to go on this ride. do you want to come ride with us?" Why didn't he just say that he lost his puppy and would she help him look for it?
Ghost Hunters sucks. They take themselves way too seriously.
Now Ghost Adventurers on the other hand, is just plain fun. It may be more of the same, "What was that!?" stuff, but they are definitely more entertaining.
Can someone please tell me in what general area the cemetery is located? I don't remember seeing it when I was there.
I believe it's near the northern end of the parking lot, not far from Great Wolf Lodge. It is not in the park proper.Last edited by TimChat2, Monday, January 16, 2012 1:56 PM
That is indeed the cemetery.Last edited by TimChat2, Monday, January 16, 2012 6:56 PM
Maybe the cemetery was where the park proper is now, and only the headstones were moved when the park was built. If I recall, I think I saw a tree eating a kid in Rivertown once.
^No, you are confusing that with the kite eating tree from Peanuts.
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