Friday, September 30, 2022

SeaWorld Orlando shares rumors and "eyewitness" video about Kraken coaster

Cryptic message received from SeaWorld Orlando:

‘There is a lot of “scientific buzz” going around that the lair of the ancient Kraken has possibly been discovered. However, many in the scientific community still refuse to believe that the Kraken existed and suggest there needs to be more direct evidence found to support the theory of a massive, toothy, tentacled sea creature.
‘SeaWorld Orlando has recently uncovered video evidence supporting that Kraken does exist and is alive in Central Florida. The park can call on millions of witnesses who, since 2000, have not only seen the eons-old monster but have amazingly ridden the beast and captured its image through vacation home video. 
‘“Scientists” allege the Kraken was a mere 100-feet long. SeaWorld Orlando and its witnesses – including countless roller coaster fans and thrill ride experts – suggest that the real Kraken is nearly 4,000-feet long and made of yellow and turquoise steel, not soft-bodied and reddish as once believed.  The giant sea monster is known for its fearsome attacks on merchant ships through the ages, but only at SeaWorld Orlando can members of the general public tame the legendary monster.
‘And each encounter with the steel-spined creature leads to spinning and twisting and inverting more than eight times and a 119-foot-tall vertical loop, a 101-foot diving loop and a zero-gravity roll all at the speed of 65 mph.
‘All non-believers are invited to view the real Kraken – still Orlando’s only floorless roller coaster –  and its lair anytime of the week between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the only place you can ride the Kraken –  SeaWorld Orlando“‘

Judith Rubin
Judith Rubin
Judith Rubin ([email protected]) is a leading journalist, publicist, strategist, blogger, content marketing specialist and connector in the international attractions industry. She excels at writing about all aspects of design and technical design, production and project management. Areas of special interest include AV integration and show control, lighting design and acoustics, specialty cinema, digital video and world’s fairs. Judith has ties to numerous industry organizations. From 2005-2020 she ran communications, publications and social media for the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA). In 2013, she was honored with the TEA Service Award. She was development director of IMERSA, and co-chair of the 2014 IMERSA Summit. She was publicist for the Large Format Cinema Association in the 1990s, now part of the Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) and has also contributed to the publications of PLASA, IAAPA and the International Planetarium Society. Already making her mark as a magazine and book editor, Judith joined World’s Fair magazine in 1987, which introduced her to the attractions industry. Launching as a freelancer in the mid 1990s she has contributed to dozens of publications and media outlets including Funworld, Lighting&Sound America, Sound & Communications, Urban Land, The Raconteur and The Planetarian. She joined InPark in 2010. Judith earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute. She has lived in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area, and now makes her home in Saint Louis, where she is active in the local arts and theater community.

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