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  • The fan-favorite Houdini's Great Escape opened as part of the "War on Lines" in1999. The ride is a Vekoma Madhouse themed to a mansion. where you'll try tocontact the ghost of Harry Houdini. The ride can be found across from the Carousel and Yum Yum Cafe in Fantasy Forest.

  • Medusa, now named Bizarro, opened on April 2, 1999 as part of the "War on Lines". The world's first B&M Floorless coaster has 7 inversions and stands at over 14 stories tall. It opened in it's present day location in the back of Fronteir Adventures. It was one of three coasters added to the park in 1999.

  • Blackbeard's Lost Treasure Train opened in 1999 as part of the "War on Lines". The family coaster opened up in it's curent location across from Fort Independence and Swashbuckler(Then Fantasy Fling) as well as next to Buccaneer, whose shipseems to swing right over the cars iif both are operating at the right moment. It was one of three coasters added to the park in 1999.

  • Road Runner Railway and the rest of Looney Tunes Sea Port opened up in 1999 as part of the "War on Lines". The section was the second kiddie section in the park at the time, located in it's current location(although downsized due to Wiggles World's opening in 2007) next to Congo Rapids and across from Batman: the Ride. It was one of three coasters added in 1999.

  • Jolly Roger opened in 1999 as part of the "War on Lines". This regatta ride is custom-themed to fit it's surroundings in the Pirate-themed LakeFront area.It can be found next to Panda Express and across from the SkyWay.

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