I also think Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance should be a Modern Marvel.
Flying Saucers and Luigi’s Flying Tires should be a 2-in-1 Disaster File.
Sorry to reply to myself but I forgot one - Astroworld in Houston. It started as Texas's answer to Disneyland, became one of the pillars of the Six Flags parks, then was shuttered & demolished for VERY short-sighted reasons. It's definitely a Lost Legend.
I'd love to see Lost Legends (maybe Disaster Files?) on older parks with interesting histories/backgrounds like The World of Sid & Marty Krofft in Atlanta or Dogpatch U.S.A. But between the age of these and lack of resources or photographs (it was an actual policy for the former to not allow photography), it would probably be difficult. And the latter has had a more colorful afterlife than most.
I recall a couple of other articles that would fit here. One was on River Country, and the other was on Wet n' Wild.
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