I’m not gone yet!

Hey guys, it’s been a very long time since I’ve posted on here. However, I’m back and I will be sharing my discoveries about the roller coasters of the world.

One day, I hope to travel the world and visit amazing places like Six Flags Magic Mountain, Cedar Point, Canada’s Wonderland etc. (Once I’m loaded with the dollar).

The Smiler’s back open (woohoo) and VR has been implemented on Air (now called Galactica) at AT and Revolution at SFMM. I will pop to Alton Towers and see what the technology is like. Speaking of AT, the Roller Coaster Restaurant looks really cool and it’s worth checking out.

Lighting Rod at Dollywood, TN looks like something spectacular. I really love the way the track shapes into the brows of the hills and has a vintage racing feel to it.

Lastly, I am looking forward to trying out Derren Brown’s Ghost Train at Thorpe Park. I will give a review on it as well.

Revolution: Jasmine Martinez

Sadly, on the 13th of June 2015, a 10 year old called Jasmine Martinez died on that day after a few days before where she was riding Revolution at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA. It was known to be the fact that she was unconscious and was airlifted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre.

Now, usually you would think that it would be the Park’s fault that the death was caused by them. However, in this instance, it must have been the fact that Jasmine had an underlying condition that she and her parents didn’t know about. It is safe to say it as an accident and it was no-one’s fault. R.I.P. Jasmine Martinez and condolences to her family. As you can see, Six Flags are very devastated by the accident as well.

However, Revolution might have triggered the unconsciousness due to its shaky nature. maybe Six Flags MM should replace the trains just to make the experience much smoother because it is an old ride.