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The Secret Attraction Histories Disney and Universal Don't Want You To Know About

In this brand new series, we dissect the true tales of some of the most astounding rides at theme parks around the globe; living legends that exemplify the brilliance, storytelling, and technology of leading parks. We’ll look behind-the-ride to get the full, unabridged story of these modern wonders and examine how their success is all in the details.

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  • The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man: The Inside Scoop (click)
  • Curse of DarKastle: Busch Gardens’ Frozen Favorite (click)
  • Expedition Everest: Inside Disney’s Most Legendary Peak (click)
  • Frozen Ever After: Epcot's World (Showcase) Changing Dark Ride (click)

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  • Journey to the Center of the Earth: Unearthing Disney’s Best Dark Ride Ever (click)
  • Mystic Manor: A Monkey, a Music Box, and an Imagineering Masterpiece (click)
  • Phantom Manor: Paris’ One-of-a-Kind Haunted Mansion (click)
  • Revenge of the Mummy: Universal’s Mummified Marvel (click)
  • TRON Lightcycle Power Run: Inside The Grid (coming soon)
  • Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress: From the World's Fair to Walt Disney World (click)

This series explores never-built attractions, lands, and theme parks and examines the parks we know and love if things had been done differently. Possibilityland is growing as we explore the in-depth stories behind these never-built attractions that could've changed everything if they'd ended up coming to life.

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  • Beastly Kingdom: The Imagined Land Animal Kingdom Almost Had (click)
  • Discovery Bay: The Inventive Tale of Disneyland’s Lost Land (click)
  • Epcot’s Project – GEMINI: Disney’s Secret Plans to Transform Epcot (click)
  • Muppet Studios: Disney’s Inspirational, Celebrational, Muppetational Never-Built Land (click)

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  • Possibilityland: A Walk Through the Disneyland That Never Was (click)
  • Tomorrowland 2055: The Future Disneyland Almost Had (And the Failure It Got Instead) (click)
  • Western River Expedition: The Would-Be E-Ticket That Could’ve Changed Magic Kingdom (click)
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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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