Pandemonium Zombie Coaster
Create Your Own Masterpiece of Spin.
Spinning this extreme is going to take a team effort. Welcome to a totally unique approach to modern coastering. On this gravity-bending ride, everything depends on you. On most roller coasters, you can just sit back and relax while you are propelled at ridiculous speeds over the rails, but on Pandemonium, the amount of spin and twist and all around gut-crunching insanity you’ll experience will depend entirely on the riders of each and every run. Four people at a time load into one-of-a-kind spin cars and launch onto the swooping, soaring, sloping track.
The interactions of the riders, combined with the forces of gravity and momentum, produce unstoppable momentum that will make you lean and pivot in utterly unpredictable ways. Not only do you move forward down this track, you’ll hang sideways, twist unexpectedly, and spin mercilessly, taking every turn with the kind of lean a pro skater employs when banking around hard turns.
Being that no four people are exactly alike, no two rides are ever alike. Micro-factors like weight, movement, and whether you wore high tops or running shoes today will all combine with velocity and acceleration to determine exactly how your car slants and swivels down the track.
And the track is a maze of spin opportunities. You’ll plunge and rise at more than 30 miles per hour down the 1,351-foot track, spinning 360 degrees as you shoot around S-shaped curves, bank hard horizontally, snake through impossibly twisted helixes, tackle sudden sharp dips, and zoom around long swooping trajectories. All the while you’ll be like an artist of spin, and Pandemonium is going to be your masterpiece.
One day while waiting in line for the Pandemonium, best friends Emily and Greg heard someone, or something, whispering their names.
Thinking it was just the wind, they ignored it. But then they heard it again. And again. And again. No matter which way they turned they couldn’t find where the voice was coming from.
It called again. Each time it got louder and louder, but no one around them seemed to hear it. Soon the voice was screaming for them.
How could no one else hear this, Greg thought. What did it want?
They were too afraid to move or answer the voices call. They tried to keep calm but the fear was too much, it built up inside them and as it did the sky darkened. Clouds rolled in and thunder could be heard in the distance. As the two were about to reach their breaking point, a huge bolt of lightning struck and the ground shook. They screamed and ran from the line, but suddenly the ground cracked open before them and the girls disappeared. A dark and sinister laugh was heard as Mayor Slayer emerged. Their fear was the energy he needed to finally break free from his bonds and cross back over to our world, transforming Pandemonium into Pandemonium Zombie Coaster. Since that moment, music and lights erupt from the All Souls Cemetery encompassing the ride as it spins around the track throughout the night! The undead ghouls nearby scream knowing this ritual celebrates the day Mayor Slayer came to reign.
By The Numbers
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North End near Blizzard River