ytterbiumanalyst wrote:^ Agreed! I loved Poltergeist when I was at Fiesta Texas back in 2004 (really need to make another trip down there...), but I feel like this ride type really shines when it's enclosed. Flight of Fear at Kings Island was a great experience; that spaghetti bowl in the dark is really awesome.
I wasn't a fan of the FoF clones. I thought the show rooms were never really that dark and the trim kind of ruined the experience as a whole. Poltergeist is by far and away my favorite of the speghetti bowls and runs exactly as it should imo: fast and trimless.
I found Thunderhawk to be an amazing wooden coaster when I had visited Dorney Park for the first time during June 2015. I was fortunate enough to have experienced it with the buzz bars because if I had waited another year to go, I would have missed out on the classic "feel" it produced. I hope to make it back to Dorney Park in a few years to try out Thunderhawk with its new trains. Thanks for sharing that amazing video as it reminded me of my first visit to Dorney Park last year.
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