by Lisa Hix -
Most roller coasters put
their stomach-dropping slopes and brain-twisting loops front and
center for all the world to see. But the amusement-park
attractions known as “dark rides” keep their thrills hidden. As
you’re standing in line for a tour of a haunted house full of
ghosts and ghouls, a high-seas adventure with pirates, or a ride
on the range with gun-slinging cowboys of the Wild West, all you
can see are the riders in front of you, who get into little cars
before disappearing through swinging doors into the dark. You
hear the sounds of screams and shrieks coming from within. And
then, an empty car arrives, stopping before you with a
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