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    Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    While at California Adventure my family and I were on the Monsters Inc. ride when it broke down. To make it up to us the cast member that came and got us gave us all a walking tour through the ride. It was neat to see the ride while not in operation. Luckily it was our second time on the ride so we got to see it the way it was meant to be seen and a behind the scene look as well.



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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    My best friend and I got stuck on the Indiana Jones ride at Disneyland once. They had to walk us out. It was kind of neat to see the ride not in operation. I was amazed at how high up the cars sit off the ground (they had to bring in ladders for us to get down), and how much crap people loose on that ride!

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Those death traps known as zippers at a local carnival. Worst part was, my brother and I were stuck parallel to the ground for around 15 minutes.

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    No I've not been in that predicament and I would lose my mind if I were.














    Though a guided tour behind the scenes would be pretty cool…
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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    I almost fell out of the scrambler when I was a kid.

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    Those death traps known as zippers at a local carnival. Worst part was, my brother and I were stuck parallel to the ground for around 15 minutes.
    I thought it was a death trap, avoided it

    And the hanging swings. I would never go on that


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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Several times. Most memorably, Splash Mountain in Disneyland. During the huge climb to the big drop, in fact. In California, you sit single file, with someone sitting with you in your "section". I had a young woman with me, who was a bit afraid of roller coasters and had to be talked onto it. After the ride shut down with her sort of laying back onto me, she turned to me with a terrified look on her face. I just looked at her calmly and said "I've always loved you." She burst out laughing, and later said that comment kept her from completely freaking out.

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    Those death traps known as zippers at a local carnival. Worst part was, my brother and I were stuck parallel to the ground for around 15 minutes.
    the zipper is awesome. I think the same happened to me
    omg the demented fucks that were running the ride were scary
    you gotta those love your carnival folks.

    this was at the CNE in Toronto when I was young.

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    Several times. Most memorably, Splash Mountain in Disneyland. During the huge climb to the big drop, in fact. In California, you sit single file, with someone sitting with you in your "section". I had a young woman with me, who was a bit afraid of roller coasters and had to be talked onto it. After the ride shut down with her sort of laying back onto me, she turned to me with a terrified look on her face. I just looked at her calmly and said "I've always loved you." She burst out laughing, and later said that comment kept her from completely freaking out.

    Lex
    Coincidentally, that's the ride I broke down on, too. Only I was at Walt Disney World here in Florida. We were right at the edge of the climb, my friend and I in the front row when it clunked to a stop. I didn't freak out, but others did. It was rolling again in about five minutes and we splashed down, as expected.

    Another one was a local carnival ride called the Gravitron or Gravitrax...can't remember its name. if any of you have heard of it. It didn't break down, but I was the one who caused it to come to an emergency stop. I was nine and my mother had just bought me a GAP hoodie that was way too big not long before. I begged to go on the ride, so she let me. I picked a spot far away from others and waited for it to start. For those who aren't familiar with it, it's a ride where you're spinning and you're basically glued to the panels due to the force of motion. The panels then begin to move up and down, but not all together. There was the problem. Being so young, the hoodie sleeves were way too long, and the right one managed to get stuck between the panel I was on and the one next to me. Seeing as I was stuck against the wall, I couldn't move my arm enough to get the fabric out of the space. The panel next to me went up and my arm went with it. It wasn't that bad and no one noticed, so I didn't say anything. Then my panel went up, but my jacket didn't nearly pulling my arm downward out of its socket. I screamed bloody murder, and the operator, who doubled as a fake-ass DJ hit the emergency stop which caused us all to regain our stability, sending me crashing to the ground once my panel came down. I hauled ass out of there in tears, dodging all the people asking if I was okay. I stayed off all the other rides that night, and refuse to go on that one again. XD

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    I am seeing a pattern here.. I am going to add another Disney World story. Space Mountain, which was a Roller Coaster that was in the dark. We were still on the part to get to the first hill though. What was cool about it is that they turned the light on in the building and we were actually able to see the coaster itself.

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Got stuck on a ferris wheel when I was five or six. I still will not go on one. It stopped with a jolt and my mother had to grab me to keep me from falling out. I was in London this summer and it really freaked me out to see people actually wanting to go on that giant "eye."

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    No haven't. Have heard of horror stories from friends though. I remember the old one that I went to the wheel was strike by lightning

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Quote Originally Posted by counterspade View Post
    Another one was a local carnival ride called the Gravitron or Gravitrax...can't remember its name. if any of you have heard of it. It didn't break down, but I was the one who caused it to come to an emergency stop. I was nine and my mother had just bought me a GAP hoodie that was way too big not long before. I begged to go on the ride, so she let me. I picked a spot far away from others and waited for it to start. For those who aren't familiar with it, it's a ride where you're spinning and you're basically glued to the panels due to the force of motion. The panels then begin to move up and down, but not all together. There was the problem. Being so young, the hoodie sleeves were way too long, and the right one managed to get stuck between the panel I was on and the one next to me. Seeing as I was stuck against the wall, I couldn't move my arm enough to get the fabric out of the space. The panel next to me went up and my arm went with it. It wasn't that bad and no one noticed, so I didn't say anything. Then my panel went up, but my jacket didn't nearly pulling my arm downward out of its socket. I screamed bloody murder, and the operator, who doubled as a fake-ass DJ hit the emergency stop which caused us all to regain our stability, sending me crashing to the ground once my panel came down. I hauled ass out of there in tears, dodging all the people asking if I was okay. I stayed off all the other rides that night, and refuse to go on that one again. XD

    I know that ride as the Gravitron.

    I had an incident like yours, but it was my hair that got stuck and that hurt like hell.
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    I've never been. o.o
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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    Not really stuck, but stopped in the middle of 'Its a Small World' in Disneyland for 30 minutes back in the late 80's. Apparently there was an accident with someone getting off. The ride was stopped but the song kept going and going and going and going and going and going.

    An announcement was made for us to stay seated and the ride would resume momentarily.

    And the song kept going and going and going. 'Momentarily' seemed like hours.

    To this day I can't stand the song!

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    @Counterspade

    There was a ride at an amusement park in NH called the Turkish Twist but instead of being a panel you are on, it was a drum so you could spread your body out. People would go sideways on it and even upside down but the operator would get pissed if you did.

    Speaking of centripetal force, There was another ride there called the caterpillar that went around in circles. However, the turns were not banked to counteract the g-force so if you were on the inside and larger than the person on the outside, you would essentially crush them the entire ride.

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    Re: Ever been on an amusement park ride when it broke down?

    I hate the zipper ride at carnivals. It made me feel sick to my stomach. In fact hardly any of those portable rides I can enjoy any more.

    Around 1968 or so, me, my sister and my Dad were on the Alice in Wonderland ride at Disneyland. We entered a room that had a somewhat steep uphill section of the track, and there were large dancing animatronic flowers. There was a car ahead of us that was stopped on the uphill section. It had 4 large adults in it. We came to a stop behind it. (Until recently I thought we just came to a normal stop. But at Thanksgiving dinner my sister and I were discussing this and she said we came to a strong thud against the car in front of us.) We didn't know what to do, but the "house lights" went on and the flowers stopped dancing. The music continued though. It looked strange having the white lights on instead of just the black lights. Two workers appeared and escorted the 4 adults out of their car and down the track and out of the room. We were told to just remain in our car. The white lights went off and the flowers started dancing again, and everything looked "normal" again under the black lights. The empty car in front of us went on ahead empty, and after a few seconds we went on and continued through the ride normally. At the time, I thought it was a disappointment and "ruined" the ride for me, since I think it was the first time I had ever been on that ride. But now I appreciate the novelty of the experience. In 1983-1984 they did a major remodeling of Fantasyland, and a re-design of the Alice in Wonderland ride. I believe the room we got stuck in doesn't exist as the same room any more, and during the remodel they redesigned the track layout so that the transition from lower level to upper level is more gradual and there is no steep section any more.

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