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Special To The SunIt's that time of the year again. With Memorial Day weekend behind us, several major amusement parks have expanded their hours and are offering new rides to entice the thrill-seeker in us all. Below is a listing of regional theme parks and what they have...
Think back to the last movie that scared you. Not shocked you--we're not talking about one of those films where a teenage girl wanders down a dark hallway and all of a sudden some bloody, ghastly creature jumps out swinging a meat hook. No, we're...
Special to the TribuneUnsolved mysteries abound in this world, ranging from Bigfoot to the Bermuda Triangle to the Loch Ness Monster. But looming even larger than the mystery of Nessy is the mystery of Nelly. Namely, how did St. Louis produce an unstoppable rap superstar...
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Busch Gardens Williamsburg opened in 1975 with England, France and Germany on 3,600 acres owned by Anheuser-Busch on the James River. The park now includes Italy, Scotland, Land of the Dragons for children, and the latest addition, Ireland. Each...
Knight Ridder-TribuneYou don't have to prowl the Atlantic in a swordfishing boat to find a monster wave. Four days before Halloween last year, a buoy 600 miles west of Eureka, Calif., recorded some of the biggest waves ever measured on the government's network of sensors --...
Special to baltimoresun.comFrom barrel rolls to hammerhead rolls, suspended to standing up, the wide assortment of roller coasters at area theme parks provide fun, excitement and sheer terror. Busch Gardens Busch Gardens has only five roller coasters, so the selection is smaller...
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