Bird's Eye View Reveals Where Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Is Really Located - Inside the Magic

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Credit: Screenshot via Google Earth


  1. Kit

    It’s just an indoor version of Joker’s Jinx at Six Flags Over America in Maryland.

    1. Pramgid Otto

      More accurately, it’s identical to Xpress at Walibi Holland. Joker’s Jinx is the same style of ride, but a different manufacturer and a different layout.

    2. Wil

      It’s Flight of Fear that is the indoor clone of Joker’s Jinx.

  2. Chris

    Someone discovered google maps!

    1. Mike Crosley


  3. Joe Jacoby

    This is a great shot, thanks for sharing. My favorite aerial of an attraction is the haunted mansion at MK. The sight lines and how you can’t notice how close the show building is always blows my mind.

  4. FM

    I remember Joe Perry commenting he was disappointed they used a Fender Strat for the entrance display He would have preferred a Les Paul

  5. Confused

    How is this even an article?!?!

  6. Melanie

    I wonder if I could add one of those sweet parking spaces outside the show building to my AP.

    1. Neelr


  7. Carys

    I think I’m getting a bit fed up with all the behind the scenes magic being revealed. Walt wanted to create the illusion so we could be immersed in a world away from our everyday lives and now all the vloggers, youtubers and sites like yours are hell bent on destroying the illusions because you think you are so big and clever by doing so.

    1. David Perlmutter

      I couldn’t agree with you more. These idiots are ruining what magic is left

  8. AJ

    The long low building between the two is divided lengthwise into three parts. The left side is vehicle maintenance and storage, the middle is the brake and hold tunnel before heading back to unload and the right side is the launch tunnel.

  9. Neelr

    Return tunnel and Gravity Building. And yes, maintenance is in the return tunnel. HAVE YOU SEEN THE TRACK SWITCH? OMG

  10. Neelr

    too bad they never got the original Arial shot of the park that showed the garguantian hidden mickey

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