Tuesday, November 23, 2010


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Terrormaster said...

That video creeps me out everytime I watch it. Mostly because it hits close to home. I grew up in New Orleans and spent most of my life there before moving to the North East 10 years ago.

I was actually at that Six Flags a few short years before Katrina hit and I've seen most of the stuff in the video when it was functioning normally. Seeing it this way is haunting in a very personal way.

Jay's Shadow said...

Its a real shame that place ended up that way.

But they should keep it there and at least make some kind of horror carnival movie or something before it gets torn down!

Pam Morris said...

yeah, that is so eerie...places where people laughed and had fun seem so very creepy when they're empty...ghostly, indeed