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Defunctland: The History of Busch Gardens' Swinging Classic, the Big Bad Wolf
Defunctland: The History of Busch Gardens' Swinging Classic, the Big Bad Wolf

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Defunctland: The History of Busch Gardens' Swinging Classic, the Big Bad Wolf.

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  1. Ihledome1 says:

    This is my home park and I was very sad to see the Wolf go. When gliding through the village the town bell would ring as you narrowly missed it. Very immersive ride and it felt a lot faster due to the swinging and the village section. I got my season pass for Christmas this year and can't wait to ride Verbolten!

  2. Parker Himley says:

    I remember riding this one when I was a kid! It was a ton of fun and one of the first hanging coasters I'd ever ridden. My mom loved it bc it was way easier on her neck than non-hanging coasters. I think it was towards the end of its run because I remember lines being short!

  3. pokepatrick1 says:

    When I was a kid i hated roller coasters, but I remember reluctantly going on this one and being pleasantly surprised because it was pretty chill. Good times.

  4. tlh0121 says:

    I still regret not getting on “The Big Bad Wolf” when I had the chance back in 1999. It was the only coaster I didn’t ride during my trip, due to it being the only coaster my cousin would ride because it didn’t go upside down. “Apollo’s Chariot” was up and running at that time, yes, but that drop was an immediate “no” for him lol. Anyways, of course being fearful my cousin wanted to sit with his dad, and with me being the oldest of my brother and I meant my brother would be sitting with our dad, and I would be going solo or with a stranger. At only 11-years-old that thought was inconsiderable lol. Years-and-years-and-years later, I did get the chance to go back, but sadly by that time “The Big Bad Wolf” was no more. I got to ride it’s replacement, “Verbolten,” which is an awesome ride, but from what I’ve heard it doesn’t compare to it’s predecessor.

  5. Spliff Notes says:

    Thank you for this series and for collecting so much content about the actual ride. My friends and I used to ride this and I had totally forgotten it even existed. Watching the videos was like a flood of nostalgia. Even looking at the line to ride and logo on the sign felt like seeing an old friend

  6. tweetthang96 says:

    Big Bad Wolf seems like it was a fun ride. Unrelatedly, you made me realize that there’s two whole rides in Kings Island I’ve never even attempted to ride I don’t think: The Bat and Congo Falls. I’m just…never in that part of the park to even know they existed!!!

  7. Kody Chaput says:

    Thank you for this. I was a 94’ baby and Big Bad Wolf was the First roller coaster I ever was on. Now I’ve been to 90% of the US’s theme parks and can still remember the thrill this ride brought me.

  8. Jelery says:

    Lol, I haven't been to Busch gardens in over 15 years. This is how I find out that big bad wolf closed down. I remember wondering why the lines for this coaster were not as long. Me and my buddies would see how many times we could ride this coaster before we left the park.

  9. kalorathekau says:

    I have no way to prove this, but I cannot shake the feeling that this entire documentary was made just so the line "are you afraid of the big bad wolf" could be delivered at the end

  10. Alyssin Williams says:

    Im not the biggest rollercoaster fan (other than creating them in games), but I would have loved to have ridden this, especially at night. Wow, the visuals from this video are so amazing.

  11. your mom says:

    i quite recently rode the verbolten. i had to wait 45 minutes to ride it as someone threw up, but oh well. my only complaint would be the way your held in. ill go on rollercoasters, but i greatly enjoy when im able to wrap my legs around the constraints in order to hold it tighter. on that drop i definitely slid forward a lot. 8/10

  12. DoomOfConviction says:

    I’m always dazzled how many German you Americans use, Verbolten? Wohl eher Verboten and the Fun Meister? But denkt dran no Schmoozing. It’s hilarious for a German ;D

  13. Jake from SF says:

    This was the first coaster I ever rode. The theme was exciting but never thought it was scary. Alpengeist scared the crap out of me as I was too short to ride it but the employee that was checking heights was arguing with another park guest so my dad decided to sneak me in. Had to hang on to dear life as I almost slipped out. Fond memories for both the Big Bad Wolf and Alpengeist, but the lochness monster was my favorite.

  14. Inconspicuous Username says:

    I rode this when I was a kid, but I'm pretty sure it was at the very end of its lifetime. There was some kind of issue going on behind the scenes almost nonstop. A sort of automatic announcement was playing so frequently that someone in the line jokingly mimicked it when things seemed to stop for the umpteenth time.

    I remember my brother and dad went on the ride first, and my mother and I rode afterwards. It took so long for them to finally return to the station that I genuinely feared something had gone horribly wrong. Paranoid kid-brain, I guess.

    When I finally got to ride, that paranoia didn't help me much lol. What was supposed to be a 3 minute ride ended up having what was probably at least 10, maybe 15 minutes of waiting as the train stopped in the middle of the ride. And where were we stuck waiting? Right before the final drop. Like, RIGHT at the peak.

    TL;DR: I was very afraid of the big bad wolf.

    Because of all of that, I didn't have a particularly positive opinion of the ride… But if I managed to ride it in its heyday, I think I'd have loved it.

  15. nb_nic says:

    all they really need to do to push people towards Oktoberfest is advertise those pretzel nuggets. as someone who rode big bad wolf as a kid then never rode another coaster again, that's been my reason to go to Germany for 15+ years

  16. Boccs says:

    Ah, the Big Bad Wolf. The first roller coaster I ever rode AND the first one I ever rode the front seat on. It deserved every bit of the love fans still have for it!

  17. g fox says:

    Never went to that park or got to ride that coaster, but rode XLR-8 a few times in the 80s and early 90s at Astroworld.

    From my memory, it was pretty similar, though I don't remember if it had two lift hills as well or just one. Either way, it was a fun suspended coaster, probably my fave childhood coaster. It didn't scare me as much as the Texas Cyclone or Greased Lightning did (inversions definitely were not something I was a big fan of as a kid). It did not have all those buildings to fly right past, though, that looks pretty cool on BBW.

    From what I remember, XLR-8 did have a bit of a marshy pond below/beside it, but nothing as big as that lake at the end of BBW. Mostly just greenery around and below it.