By Maya Devineni
Think you have the guts to go one some of Americas Scariest Roller Coasters? Well… take a look at some of these and then think again.
The voyage of Holiday world: Located in Santa Clause, Indiana, this ride follows the theme of the real voyage of the pilgrims.
The Intimidator 305 at King’s Dominion: In Doswell, Virgina, this ride takes after a NASCAR Champion, with a 300 foot drop that makes your tummy flop.
Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point: Located in Sandusky, Ohio, Cedar Park is know to be a park that breaks many records. The dragster has broken even more records, by going at an amazing speed of 12o mph.
El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure: This is a record breaking wooden coaster, which also has one of the biggest drops in the world.
SheiKra at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay: Located in Tampa, Florida, this is one of the words largest steel dive coasters. The floor-less coaster leaves riders dangling at its 200 foot drop.
Diamondback at King’s Island: Located in Mason, Ohio, this ride is a really fun ride with many drops and a finishing touch with a splash into water
Millennium Force at Cedar Point: Opened in 2000, breaking many records with its 300 foot drop, the millennium attracts many people to date to come and take on its force!
Manta at SeaWorld: Made in 2009, Manta is a very innovative ride by that it mimics the way a manta ray glides in the ocean. Having the riders go face first through every loop and drop makes it a very thrilling ride!
Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure: With a 230 foot drop and many curves and twists, the Nitro is one really scary ride.
Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure: In Jackson, New Jersey, this is ride does not go up to 200, not 300, but up to a mind-blowing height of 456 feet! Along with it’s jaw dropping height, its thin structure makes it feel like you could fall of the ride at any moment.