(USA TODAY) “A British theme park has relocated a new attraction after workers reported having some white-knuckle experiences of the sort not typically induced by thrill rides,” reports Jayne Clark for USA Today.
“London’s Daily Mail reports that workers at Thorpe Park saw what appeared to be a headless monk, felt sudden cold sensations and had the creepy feeling someone was looking over their shoulders during the construction of the ride,” writes Clark.
“As a result, management of the Surrey park — one of Britain’s largest — decided to give up the ghost, so to speak, and relocate the 64-foot-tall Storm Surge water ride to another spot,” reports Clark. “Originally, it was to be in an area called Monk’s Walk, a footpath that connects an ancient abbey with a church. Coincidence? We think not!”
“A paranormal detective agency was called in and determined that an ancient burial ground might have been disturbed by the ride’s construction,” reports Clark.
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