In 1972 a partner park to Cedar Point opened in Mason, Ohio, the King’s Island Park carries a few ghostly stories for anyone interested in more than just the rides.

It was sold in 1984 and again in 1987, then continued to change hands until 2006. The area has its own mall, cemetery and covers 770-775 acres dependent on what sites I look at. There is a good room for expansion in the future, which looks likely to happen.

Amongst it’s regular goers are supposedly at least five ghosts. The one named that I found is Tommy Tower, Tommy was at a graduation party and was overly drunk enough to think it was a good idea to climb the tower. It led to Tommy falling to his death, and presumably now stays around the tragic spot.

Other stories are of a girl that walks along the Racer, behind the games, but no reason as to why. There is a fountain in which people see glowing eyes and a wandering figure around the International Restaurant. If that isn’t enough to sate your taste buds there’s the ghost of a security guard, and a drunken park attendee who fell to her death from the Flight Commander. She fought with the ride operators, undoing her restraints to stand up and wave at friends.

 

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  1. kapilkumar says:

    there is no properly conclusion of any theory

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