Alright we’re big chickens so this would be enough to totally freak us out, but it sounds like the workers just tried to shrug things off. Well things got worse as they eventually started to see ghosts, and one description was even pretty specific—it was a headless monk.
Park officials called in the experts—not Bill Murray and friends, but some other Ghostbusters—and it appears that the site of the new ride was actually home to the cliché ancient burial ground. Long story short, the new ride is getting a new location, but who knows what they’re eventually going to build on the vacant land. We’re thinking available theme park space is at a premium, so we’ll let you know when a real deal haunted house opens to the public—even though there’s no way we’d go inside.
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