Re: Medicine Hat Waterpark <Reply # 2 on 3/20/2011 2:30 PM >
Probably a combination of the week of summer that Alberta gets, and the old man who built it ran it well. He sold it off to some younger guy, who had a night time party there, got drunk, smacked his head getting on to a slide by himself, knocked himself out, and slid down the slide and drowned in the pool at the bottom. Word is, no one noticed him missing for a few hours (there were no lights in the pool). Apparently the new guy didn't run it so well. This is based off a few stories from locals, I couldn't find anything in the news to back it up.
Re: Medicine Hat Waterpark <Reply # 3 on 3/20/2011 5:39 PM >
I’m jealous! abandon amusement parks of any kind are my favorite photographs to look at. Now if I could only discover one So that I may enjoy the hands on experience myself. and yes the day will come you shall die here..the day will come when it too will be swallowed by decay forgotten …the day will come they discover and fear the ghost that was once you..** VL
Re: Medicine Hat Waterpark <Reply # 4 on 3/20/2011 11:50 PM >
Medicine Hat Snowpark, awesome, cool photos. Week of summer, lol, but the Indian Summer makes up for it eh? Weird story about the owner dude, and how things (he) went down. My sister is Charlotte Light and Dark. Who am I?
Farewell and thank you... "I was doing something that I thought could have some impact someday. In many ways, it's really these photographs that kept me going creatively." Dennis Hopper