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How many death creds do you have?

ECG

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marc said:
ECG mission space and tower if terror Orlando needs adding to your list. I assume you went on them.
No one has ever died on Tower of Terror.
 

Edward M

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Batman The Ride, Six Flags Over Georgia
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Disneyland
Cyclone, Astroland
Firehawk, Kings Island
Flight Deck, Kings Island
Goliath, Six Flags Over Georgia
Revenge of the Mummy, Universal Studios Orlando
Rock n Rollercoaster, Disney Hollywood Studios
Shockwave, Kings Dominion
Timber Wolf, Worlds of Fun
 

CanobieFan

Active Member
uh.... Lets see... Mostly based off what other people here have posted.

Batman The Ride, Six Flags Over Georgia
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Disneyland
Black Mamba, Phantasialand
Boulder Dash, Lake Compounce
Cyclone, Astroland
Dragon Coaster, Rye Playland
Firehawk, Kings Island
Flight Deck, Kings Island
Gauntlet, Camelot Theme Park
Goliath, Six Flags Magic Mountain
Goliath, Six Flags Over Georgia
Great Nor'Easter, Morey's Pier
Gwazi, Busch Gardens Tampa
Manhattan Express, New York New York Hotel & Casino
Matterhorn Bobsleds, Disneyland
Montezooma's Revenge, Knott's Berry Farm
Primeval Whirl , Disneys Animal Kingdom
Ragin' Cajun, Six Flags Great America
Raging Bull, Six Flags Great America
Raven, Holiday World
Revenge of the Mummy, Universal Studios Orlando
Revolution, Six Flags Magic Mountain
Ride of Steel, Darien Lake
River King Mine Train, Six Flags St. Louis - no one's mentioned this yet
Rock n Rollercoaster, Disney Hollywood Studios
Rolling Thunder, Six Flags Great Adventure
Scream, Six Flags Magic Mountain
Stampida, Port Aventura - no one's mentioned this yet
Shockwave, Kings Dominion
Space Invader 2, Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Star Jet, Casino Pier
Superman Ride of Steel, Six Flags New England (I was there................)
Timber Wolf, Worlds of Fun
Tomahawk, Port Aventura
Twister, Lightwater Valley
Vampire, La Ronde - no one's mentioned this yet
Zach's Zoomer, Michigan's Adventure

I also saw this - Temple Of The Night Hawk - Phantasialand, having ridden it but unable to find out anything?

So I guess like.. 38 coasters? (I've got more than a few water and flat rides too)
 

TilenB

Well-Known Member
Let's see (probably I'm forgetting some)
Rock'n'rollercoaster - Walt Disney Studios Paris
Katun - Mirabilandia
Astro Storm - Brean Leisure Park
Gwazi, Busch Gardens Tampa
Kumba, Busch Gardens Tampa
Colossus, SFMM
Goliath, SFMM
Ninja, SFMM
Revolution, SFMM
Scream!, SFMM

That's it, I believe. 10 death creds, half of them from SFMM... :/
 
Didn't someone die on Kennywood Thunderbolt? Isn't that why you need 2 riders per car?

EDIT, from Wiki:

Thunderbolt[edit]In 1968, a 15-year old boy, from Greensburg, Pennsylvania, fell to his death after standing up on the ride.
 

Nic

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Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Disneyland
Steel Dragon 2000, Nagashima SpaLand
Goliath, Six Flags Magic Mountain
Katun, Mirabilandia
Matterhorn Bobsleds, Disneyland
Montezooma's Revenge, Knott's Berry Farm
Revolution, Six Flags Magic Mountain
Scream, Six Flags Magic Mountain
Twister, Lightwater Valley
Black Mamba, Phantasialand
Tomahawk, Port Aventura
Rock n Rollercoaster, Walt Disney Studios
Nemesis, Alton Towers

Probs more though....
 

ECG

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CanobieFan said:
I also saw this - Temple Of The Night Hawk - Phantasialand, having ridden it but unable to find out anything?
You couldn't find anything because no one has ever died on Temple Of The Night Hawk.
 

ECG

East Coast(er) General
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^Yep. Finally got the cred earlier this year. Thanks, I've added it.
 

CanobieFan

Active Member
ECG said:
CanobieFan said:
I also saw this - Temple Of The Night Hawk - Phantasialand, having ridden it but unable to find out anything?
You couldn't find anything because no one has ever died on Temple Of The Night Hawk.
It seemed questionable, but someone else in this topic had it listed. Still odd I was the only one who listed River King and Stampida
 

ECG

East Coast(er) General
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^The Stampida death wasn't on our accidents page or rideaccidents.com. I had to do some digging after you posted it to find the info and add it to our page. I also didn't put River King in my list until now because it was called Rail Blazer at the time, so I didn't pay it much attention when I read the listing.
 

EthC

Member
I can't think of anything other then
Hydro/Drenched, (water ride)
Its a small world (DLP)(water ride)
Rock 'N' Rollercoaster (DLP)&(MGM)
Mission: Space (simulator thing)
I think thats it anyway.
 

bmac

Active Member
1. Cyclone, Astroland
2. Dragon Coaster, Rye Playland
3. Great Nor'Easter, Morey's Pier
4. Gwazi, Busch Gardens Tampa
5. Manhattan Express, New York New York Hotel & Casino
6. Primeval Whirl, Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom
7. Revenge of the Mummy, Universal Studios Orlando
8. Rock n Rollercoaster, Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios
9. Rolling Thunder, Six Flags Great Adventure
10. Shockwave, Kings Dominion
11. Star Jet, Casino Pier

Off of the top of my head.
 

rollermonkey

Well-Known Member
Bucket loads of them.

And do we count coasters that enforce the laws of Darwinism? (Idiots entering restricted areas and getting killed, 6FOG Batman, and 6FMM Scream, for examples) Or just rides that killed people through no fault of their own, like Steel Dragon 2000 killing a guy in the waterpark with a chucked wheel? Or do only riders count? And are we counting heart attacks as well as decapitations?

Damn. This is frickin' morbid and I'll have no part of it.
;)

(Read as: I'm too lazy to figure out how many of them I have.)
 

bmac

Active Member
From what I read in this thread it's basically any coaster that caused a death to a rider, a bystander, employee, or an idiot.
 

rollermonkey

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Then I'm definitely well into double digits without even giving it any effort. Just the Disney parks alone will get you at least a dozen if you've been to all of them.
 
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