• Entries for Defunct Roller Coasters
  • As we've seen from multiple pictures, Rolling Thunder was demolished shortly after the 2013 season ended. While most of the coaster is gone, there still remains a few remnants of the retired coaster.

    The saddest remnant is without a doubt, the sign structure and fence blocking Rolling Thunder's old entrance. The most interesting remnant is the decently sized portion of track still standing. The bottom of Rolling Thunder's first drop still stands, directly under El Toro.


  • Medusa is now Bizarro and the track is painted blue. New trains with speakers for each row are added. The last row of each train only has 2 seats to accommodate the electrical parts for the speakers. A new sign with Bizarro at the entrance is added. At the bottom of the first drop, a Superman shield is added with multi color lights Cardboard cutouts of buildings are added near the helix after the mid-course break run. An Auger of Doom that has mist is added to the interlocking corkscrews.

  • The final day that Bizarro was running as Medusa with green track was November 2, 2008

  • 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.

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