Roller Coaster Riders Left Hanging
A dozen riders on an Arkansas roller coaster spent half an hour hanging upside down — 150 feet above the ground — after a power outage shut down the attraction.
"The cause could be a (tree) limb or as simple as an animal (on the lines)," said Mark Hunt, general manager of customer service for Entergy. "We could find no faults, but we are going to continue to investigate until we find the cause."
Or, it could be the result of a highly organized and insidious plot by terrorists to disrupt America's leisure time activities, just for spite. We know who the culprits are most likely to be.