Peabody said: You know construction for things other than rides involves dirt and markers.
What? You're kidding right? You mean those markers in front of the building where I work are NOT for a new 300 foot tall impulse inverted coaster with 12 inversions to run through campus? The "story" that they are for the widening of the parking lot is not just a cover but is actually true? Say it ain't so!
During the ACE Preservation Con the park officialy said they had nothing to say. All kidding aside, he (i forget his name. PR i think) said he had no information about capitol expenditures for next year.
Jason Hammond said: He (i forget his name. PR i think) said he had no information about capitol expenditures for next year.
Bill Von Bank said the weekend before (at Coaster Craze) that he knew exactly what was coming for next season. Granted he did not say this to everyone in attendance, but he did to a select group that were conversing with him before he had to run off to a meeting regarding HAUNT for this year. The meeting was supposedly off site and that was where he rushed off too during lunch.
VF--New-coaster07 said: Markers are all over on the grassy area across from the waterpark and there are dirt movers onsite. And it's also rumored to be a GCI.
Not that rumors and speculation are really my thing, I truly believe that if the park in question, Valleyfair, does indeed build a new coaster next season, Cedar Fair will install a B&M invert. A couple of their parks have been installing these lately, and VF does not have one.
I could be completely wrong, and a GCI is always a ride to keep updated on, but I really wouldnt see them building one just yet.
Which, as i am mentioning CF and them being pleased with the B&M Invert design, I wonder if any of the Paramount parks will be seeing one of these anytime soon.
Yeah... and Valleyfair and the PP's have to do with what??? Also, those are all revelently old (except for Face/off) and will not be placed at valleyfair. It's going to be a wooden. I'm not sure what kind but it is. Also, I'm going on sunday so I'll post here what I see. As far as hiring screamsters, that's a very good move to do that now so they can figure out if they will have enough for all the houses/scarezones. On a brouchure I received, it said over 200 monsters. As far as that goes, if there are about 5+ Haunted Houses and Scare Zones, that'd mean 40 monsters per house. That's a lot. But take a couple a way from each for werewolf canyon and that'd be about 25-35... still a fair amount.
I was at VF on Saturday and saw the two stakes placed accross from the waterpark and some flags(the kind used to marking underground gas and electrical lines)on each side of the employee access road. Not much going on yet.