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  1. Oh, how I love when people write articles and slap in a graph of data with no sources...
  2. Then that brings up the simple question of which came first the locals or the themepark attraction.
  3. The meet organizer should be allowed to make digs when wanting too...
  4. But wouldn't that extra visitation from the new attractions be a welcome addition for the local economy, food outlets, Band B's for example?
  5. Been a while since we've been in this thread. https://news.sky.com/story/teen-injured-after-fairground-ride-comes-loose-on-brighton-palace-pier-11688018
  6. In terms of safety however... I would personally like to go on Black Buccaneer when it's ready rather than a ride that's been put up overnight by potentially tired engineers in the dark without rigorous safety measures.
  7. Maybe it was her first day? Did you not have to learn on your first day at Thorpe? Also, suicide is no joke.
  8. Only disappointment for me was the rollovers restaurant. Firstly discribed as a subway style pick your toppings ending up being here have some nacho cheese sauce over everything. Plus the chilli one didn’t even use real chilli con carne just a sauce?!?
  9. Still don't get this, money grabbing argument. An Annual pass for any of the theme parks will cost you £50-£80, so overall admission has been getting cheaper especially now with the pay monthly scheme. Look at any other park season pass Blackpool (£100), Paultons (£125), Drayton Manor (£110) and you would see the value of both the Merlin pass and theme park passes have exceptional value. Once in the parks, customers are literally taking hotdogs in flasks to save money but yet are expecting Wickerman style projects of investment into the parks on a yearly basis and still are saying everything's overpriced, even with all there discounts applied.
  10. Very strange. I would expect it to be one of the worst of the Dungeons brand considering that it is not standalone. However, going into an attraction with the mindset of looking for every blackwall possible, rather than where the show lights want you to focus, to slate the attraction is not the mindset of a regular guest rather one just looking to find every negative in an attraction they don't want to like from the outset. All reviews I have seen from day guests have been quite positive so far. The attraction itself is not needless, it adds to the Alton Towers RESORT portfolio, of things for hotel guests to do whilst enjoying their short break, also have you considered that extra ticketing revenue could be used to develop future projects?
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    On monster houses warehouse are we considering it from a kid perspective maybe the warehouse is not as viewable from their line of sight?
  12. I have no problem with it. At the end of the day it's a preview day, perhaps this year they have taken the option of renting the park out for a day instead.
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