Do You Have What it Takes to Tame the Bull?
No loose articles including cell phones will be permitted on El Toro. Please store them in a locker or with a non-rider before entering the queue.
Right behind the park — just behind El Toro — is a secret toxic dump.
It’s a place where corrupt businesses dump the toxic waste that they hide from the government.
Animals, both domestic and wild, visit at night and feast on the refuse they find there. The best pickings are found in the crisp nights of autumn.
Snack time changes these animals beyond recognition. They become aggressive and unafraid of humans. Their eyes develop weeping sores that burn, as they stretch a dripping paw toward the sweetest part they can find. Bits of flesh and hair can be seen, caught between their long and flaking claws. Teeth shoot into fangs, while their drooling tongues wipe the slime from their smirking lips.
And, still, they’re hungry.
Hired security patrols the park at night. They’ve reported seeing animals, of some sort, but these crass creatures are so quick and so secretive, who can be sure?
The beasts hunt in packs, trapping their helpless prey in the shadows. They congregate on the edges of the forest behind Shockwave, the better to check out the crowd. Brazenly, they attack riders at the depths of this ride’s descent. Then, bellies still not full, they continue their snacking – long after the vile forces of darkness turn into tenuous morning.
Minimum height requirement: 48″ to ride