The Zero Gravity Theme Park Seems Terrifying
So you're an adrenaline junky looking for a quick and cheap high, would you hop on board at Zero Gravity in Dallas? I was founded in 1992, right when it seems bungee jumping hit the mainstream popularity across the US. Since then, on their journey to create the most epic and extreme theme park experience, they're up to five rides. A bungee or course, a huge swing, the slingshot type of ride, their version of a ferris wheel, and a 16-story free fall tower.
As impressive as it is, it's not a big park at all. It's seems like the idea is to get a pass, ride each thing once, then go on with your day. I don't know if I could do most of it. The free fall? Yeah, I could do that. But how many videos have you seen where the cords fail? Honestly, it's not that many... but the few that fail usually do so pretty spectacularly. Remember the carnival video from last Summer? If you had money burning a hole in your pocket, what would you be up for?