I love how emotionless that comes off on the Internet. I remember something similar in Coney Island, the New York Times even interviewed the guy that made it. :confused:I have to say though, they have this booth outside the arcade where you pay a dollar to see a fake man fry to death in an electric chair. It was disturbing.
Oh, I'd love to read that interview. I'm sure he had good clean family fun in mind when he constructed that "pay a dollar to watch him holler" sign.I love how emotionless that comes off on the Internet. I remember something similar in Coney Island, the New York Times even interviewed the guy that made it. :confused:
is it about 10-15 minutes from the edge of WDW in the Crossroads direction? I remember going that way and stopping at a resteraunt right across the street from a slingshot ride. We spent like 20 minutes watching it! LOL! It was so funny. My entire family was like, "Would you ride that if someone gave you $500?" It was hilarious! I will never forget that! If that's not old town, i would like to know what it was. Thanks!
Yup, still massively trashy. My friend wanted to ride the windstorm coaster and was told it was "closed for maintenance."Old Town was the same as always when I was there in June. Ahhh something never change, wellexcept they don't have a nickle soda anymore.
Why didn't you like the slingshot?I absolutely love Old Town. I've been going there every since I can remember. I don't go as much now as I would like to. Now I really only go when I have family/friends visiting from out of town.
I just went last month with my sister and ate at A&W :yum: and just spent a few hours there. I was kind of disappointed the wax museum was gone. It was replaced with blacklight mini golf (which was also closed). The wax museum freaked me out. And the Haunted Grimm House they have... I know its not the best thing around, but it still gets me.
I've rode both Skycoaster and the Slingshot. Skycoaster is AMAZING; I've rode that 3 times. But the slingshot...:eek: never again haha.