If you think about the fact that Beastlie Kingdomme was concepted back in 1992 before B&M ever came out with their inverted design, plus the fact that the train design was 'half-melted cauldrons being held by a bat above' you can pretty much assume it was just a simple suspended coaster, much like Big Bad Wolf. At least that's what I think of when I think of a cauldron/bucket, the standard suspended trains. More than likely Vekoma would have made it, otherwise look to Arrow.
From what I've heard, B&M isn't too willing to budge on their say of the ride they design and build, whereas Disney likes to have total control and claim everything as their own, whether they made it or not. Think about it, do you see little Zamperla plaques on Aladdin's Magic Carpets, or Vekoma signs of quality on Rock 'n' Rollercoaster??
I thought Id share them with everyone. I have these because my Dads an insurance ajuster and went and worked a claim there before it opened. Here they are!
Ill try to get better pictures of them later.
"The ride attendant was standing in a place that was typically off limits to employees and was hit by a moving ride car"
Do people ever learn? Danger Zone means DANGER zone. It would be nice if the article mentioned why the employee was there when the ride was running, but still wouldn't justify it. Seems a lot of people dont realize how the cars are wider than the track on the Reverchon / Zamperla Mice.
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