A world in which the deaths of millions are not merely tragic but the result of human error, we have a lot to be proud of, but not everyone is so lucky.
Here’s what we know about the top 10 deadliest amusement parks in the world.
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We have the most deadly amusement parks listed below, ranked by the number of deaths per million people.
The list also includes a brief look at the financials of these companies and how they fared after the last of their employees died.
The top 10 amusement parks are: Adventureland (USA) – Death toll: 4,000 Deaths per Million People Adventureland is the number one park in the United States, with 4,012 deaths per 1 million people, and it is the fifth most dangerous amusement park in terms of fatalities per million, behind only The Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Jurassic Park and the Indiana Jones franchise.
It also has one of the most popular amusement rides in the country, the Adventureland Express, which transports people in a loop that will send them into a 3D virtual world, complete with the likes of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Buzz Lightyear and a couple of new characters.
The company also has an amusement park that was used in the original Jurassic Park, but the ride was never built.
The Haunted House (UK) – Death toll: 2,917 Deaths per 1 Million People The Haunted House is a horror-themed attraction at the Royal Albert Hall in London, which is known as the haunt of British horror-movie legend Bobby Cannons.
It is also one of Britain’s most popular attractions.
The attraction opened in the UK in 2008 and has been one of its most popular tourist attractions ever since.
It was originally named after the famous British author, J.R.
R Tolkien, but he decided to change the name for a new attraction.
It’s now known as The Haunted Halls, and is still the only haunted attraction at one of London’s iconic buildings.
It currently has over 25,000 guests, and a staff of 200.
It has a theme park theme park and also operates several amusement rides, including a Haunted Mansion ride that is used for the film The Hobbit.
The Dark Side of the Moon (USA)- Death Toll: 1,948 Deaths per million People The Dark Side is the seventh most dangerous park in US history.
It opened in 1981 and has operated in California, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Texas and Virginia.
It now has over 30,000 people on staff, including its chief executive officer, a staff member who was an emergency room doctor and its chief entertainment officer.
The park has been criticized for some of its attractions, including the Screamin’ Train, which was used for The Nightmare Before Christmas, and the Haunted Mansion rides, which were used in a 2010 Disney animated feature.
It did not make the list because the company does not list the deaths due to accidents in the park, so it is not included in this list.
The Screamin’, Train, and Haunted Mansion attractions have also been cited as a cause of accidents at other amusement parks.
The Jungle Cruise (France) – Death toll: 1.5 Deaths per 100,000 People