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This is easily one of the weirdest/most intriguing attraction projects in development right now in my opinion and it's getting basically zero press.

The rumor is that Silver Dollar City is currently building an all-new, Rocky Mountain Construction-produced version of their existing darkride/indoor roller coaster hybrid, Fire in the Hole.

Some recent-ish construction photos can be found below.



 
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This is easily one of the weirdest/most intriguing attraction projects in development right now in my opinion and it's getting basically zero press.

The rumor is that Silver Dollar City is currently building an all-new, Rocky Mountain Construction-produced version of their existing darkride/indoor roller coaster hybrid, Fire in the Hole.

Some recent-ish construction photos can be found below.




If this comes to life, maybe we could see a version debut at Dollywood for Blazing Fury 😉
 
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This is easily one of the weirdest/most intriguing attraction projects in development right now in my opinion and it's getting basically zero press.

The rumor is that Silver Dollar City is currently building an all-new, Rocky Mountain Construction-produced version of their existing darkride/indoor roller coaster hybrid, Fire in the Hole.

Some recent-ish construction photos can be found below.




Hm this is odd, i wonder if nobody has truly picked up on it yet. Was it getting rough? Ive never ridden it so i cant tell, and sdc seems like the park that’d preserve its old historic rides
 

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I looked into it, but SDC isn't actually in Branson—it's in an unincorporated area of Stone County. Stone County doesn't have any sort of online anything so knowing what, if anything, is obtainable from a distance is difficult.

I could cast a broad net FOIA request, but those typically carry a cost and my expectations regarding what, if anything, there is to find aren't terribly positive. There's a good chance that a site plan would only show the bounds of the building and that would just be a lot of wasted time and money.
 
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