I never rode the original Mr Twister, but it is a shame to think about how great the original must of been, and how lame the reconstruction is. When rebuilding the ride, the park should have stuck more with the original plans, like Knoebels did. That is why Knoebels' Twister is awesome, while Elich's is only a shadow of what it could have been.
As promised, here is more or Silverwood Theme Park in Idaho. I wish there was more I could say about this small park, but quite honestly I don't know too much about it. I have visited it a couple of times and always love riding the Corkscrew because it takes me back to the Roaring 20's of Knott's. Anyone know of any interesting facts or history of this park? Please share.
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