^I paid $5 per person on their last day of operation. Totally worth it. Unfortunately Nights in White Satin had been changed to Monsters of Rock by that time. Now, honestly, MoR wasn't horrible, but I did miss out on what some have called, "the greatest dark ride ever."
I went when I was 11 or maybe 12, and was literally an inch to short to ride time machine. Never got a chance to go back and ride it because the next year when we went back to Myrtle, we found out it was closed. MB could have used a decent theme park, such a shame.
I hope they get the "kink" out of the downward helix after the MCBR when they re-construct it. I think something must have been slightly misaligned because there was a strange, inexplicable jerk in that section of the track when it was in Myrtle Beach.
1. Intimidator 305 2. Maverick 3. Bizarro at SFNE 4. Millennium Force 5. Raptor 6. Batman & Robin: The Chiller (defunct) 7. Nitro 8. Apollo's Chariot 9. Afterburn (Carowinds) 10. Lightning Racer
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