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Spooky fairground- no longer exists.

“Certainly if you’re going to a major amusement park like Six Flags or Disney, where they have a ton of staff looking after [rides], you can be pretty sure that they’re inspected and safe,” Nancy Cowles, executive director of child safety advocacy group Kids in Danger, tells TIME. “Although you see these occasional incidents that show that it’s not foolproof.”

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Kings Island is a seasonal amusement park that's open only from early spring until Labor Day, except for a few weekends surrounding Halloween for its popular Halloween Haunt events. Some former employees of Kings Island are Carmen Electra, Woody Harrelson, and Nick Lachey, who each worked at the park before going on to successful careers in singing and acting. 

Between 2011 and 2012, 8 people complained of injuries from the ride. 6 people complained of neck injuries and 2 complained of back injuries. [59]

Lagoon is an amusement park that opened on the banks of the Great Salt Lake in 1886. The lake then receded, and what was then called Lake Park was moved to Farmington, Utah, just a few miles away, in 1896. The new location had a pond, so the name was changed to Lagoon. A fire devastated the park in 1953, but it was rebuilt much bigger, with a new Kiddieland and a concert arena.

The modern amusement park evolved from earlier seaside pleasure resorts that had become popular with the public for day-trips or weekend holidays in Blackpool , United Kingdom and Coney Island , United States . [14]

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