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  1. It’s because the park decided to release good photos of the work instead of crappy photos released on social media being spread further. So thanks to those who wanted to share photos of flyovers for taking the surprise out of everything and negating the hard work the park put in to trying to present a finished product and surprise guests on preview night. You have done a great disservice to the community and KIC. I’m going to stop short here so I don’t say something I shouldn’t. See you all in the parks.
  2. Don't get me started on this guy, He's a few fries short of a Happy Meal. I've also heard some creepy stories from other photographers about him. He tried to start tagging KI50MOVIE to his posts during Winterfest and in January. Let's just say after I threatened him legal action for him trying multiple times to associate my brand BLMedia and KI50MOVIE to his product, it stopped. The park is aware of this guy. Let's just say he is not very smart at hiding who he is. He lives pretty much 10 minutes from the park. You are better off blocking him. Trust me.
  3. https://local12.com/news/local/small-plane-goes-down-in-madeira-cincinnati A plane has gone down in Maderia. It was an aerial photo plane taking photos today and heading back to Lunken.
  4. I'm speaking about the whole awning. Let's just say it's no longer OEM equipment.
  5. Long story on that one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Seeing the Kahn’s sausage makers in action on f.....ah...you will have to wait and see. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. From the research we have done for @KI50Movie_Official, I can tell you CF made the right choice to remove it. There were a lot of issues and an enormous amount of money thrown at it. It was just not fiscally responsible to keep it in operation. It was a beautiful ride and would captivate me when arriving at the park. I wish I would have bought a camera before it was gone. @Gordon Bombay, I'm jealous of your trip up on that lift hill and admire the photos you created on that foggy morning. (BTW, I would love to purchase a print of that image looking down the lift chain side for my home office)
  8. I came across this article today posted on another site. I’m not sharing this as a promotion of another site, but as a promotion of the message it conveys. I recommend everyone on here should read it. https://www.coaster-net.com/blogs/have-enthusiast-taken-the-fun-out-of-roller-coasters Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. You will definitely see more of it in Kings Island: 50 Years of Memories. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. 1975, it was renamed Shake, Rattle & Roll the next year. #18 on the map Photo Credit: Kings Island: 50 Years of Memories
  11. Yes, I rode this back in the day. It was a fun ride and could be a little scary on a windy day. The ride was always known as Zodiac at Kings Island since it’s installation in 1975. Zodiac operated until 1987 and was SBNO until 1989. It was relocated to Sydney Wonderland in 1989 and operated until the park closed in April 2004. Zodiac occupied the very same space as the new Kings Mills Antique Autos. The version at Great America was a Tri-arm variation and both manufactured by Intamin. Another note, Troika is the previous name for Shake, Rattle, & Roll. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. You can’t compare a seasonal park with a year round park on pricing and operations. Apples and Oranges. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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