"dmmosh1" wrote:do you think that the internet community is to harsh and critical ?
"dmmosh1" wrote:Have you ever been on a ride that people have rearly liked and you thought it was rearly bad or over rated ?
John Wardley is ride consultant for Merlin Entertainments. He does not have any say in how Alton Towers runs their rides at all. He is simply called in to help with new ride developments.could you persuade alton towers to put later bus's on for the scarefest and the fireworks and open charlie, hex and maybe duel for the xmas season ?
"Tom Green""][quote=""Ritadz" wrote:That's the coaster section's top speed, the freefall drop's speed is 67 MPH.
It is an accelerated drop, you can feel it is when your on it, the hydraulics power it, and make it drop at 67mph.
"Spike" wrote:It's quite pathetic the amount of people who are basically throwing this opportunity back in the faces of the TTF Team and John by asking stupid, inane questions. The guys giving you his time to answer the same questions he's probably been asked a million times and a large number of you are basically being idiots. Sad and disrespectful really. :roll:
"El Patricko" wrote:The theme music played at theme parks has always inspired me and added to the day greatly, my question is, how does the park go about creating a new piece of music for a new ride? is it an internal affair or do they have competing artists?