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Published on Oct 28, 2015
Ever wonder what it feels like to fly through the air, without a plane, a jetpack, or even a pair of wings to hold you up? Well, get ready to get airborne. Scream features a total one-of-a-kind floorless train design. Look straight down and all you’ll see is the ground or the sky, depending on which direction you’re facing. Since there’s no track over your head or under your feet, riding Scream is exactly what it feels like to fly. Roller coasters became true symbol of any attractions and theme parks in the world. Scream coaster will take you into the most twisted coasters on the planet! Scream (originally stylised as Scream!) is a floorless roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain. The 150-foot-tall (46 m) ride consists of a series of roller coaster elements. Once the train is loaded and secured, the floor is retracted and the train departs the station. A U-turn to the right leads to the 150-foot-tall (46 m) chain lift hill. Once riders reach the top, they go through a small pre-drop before dropping 142 feet (43 m) to the right. The train then reaches a top speed of 63 miles per hour (101 km/h) and enters the 128-foot-tall (39 m) vertical loop followed by a turn to the left into the 96-foot-tall (29 m) dive loop. The train then goes through the 78-foot-tall (24 m) cobra roll, a roller coaster element which inverts riders twice. Riders then enter the mid-course brake run which is located next to the lift hill. The train drops out of the brake run to the right and enters a 270-degree helix followed by the two interlocking corkscrews. Riders to through a small dip then enter the final brake run before returning to the station!
Fly low to the ground then zoom up at 63 miles per hour for a double corkscrew. Completely open to the wind, with your feet flying through the air below you and nothing over your head, more than any roller coaster you’ve ever ridden, Scream will show you what it feels like to soar!