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Kings Island Daily History Question of the Day

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In the Kings Island Daily History Question of the Day, you will be challenged by questions that ucover parts of Kings Island's forgotten past. Some will be easy, while others will drive you to insanity, trying to figure out the answer.

A question will be posted daily, or close to daily. You will have until the next question, which will always be at least 16 hours, to answer the current question. To answer, simply post what you think is the right answer. If a post is marked as edited, the answer will not count. If someone is to post the wrong answer, they may be told so, but when a right answer is added, nothing will be said until the new question. You may look up the answer online, in the park, in books, anywhere- but you'll find it more fun if you stick with your knowledge already owned. I will keep track of scores, and a monthly winner will be announced and placed in the Kings Island History Question of the Day Hall of Fame. Good luck.

 

November 3, 2007

 

What show played at Festhaus during Winterfest 1991?

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Snowdrift Inn was the answer. PKIVortex and TOPGUN1993 got it correct.

 

November 5, 2007

 

What was the length of The Bat?

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You guys all suck :P

2,456 feet is the correct answer.

Dvo, PKIVortex, Lake Charles Guy, PKIDelirium, and -SHOX- got it correct. As mentioned in the rules, if your post has been edited, it will not be counted, so although correct, derek9312's answer does no count :(

And TOPGUN1993, coasterking912, and raptor66, I'm not even going to say anything.

 

November 6, 2007

 

Prior to Halloween Haunt 2007, there was supposedly a saloon in Rivertown. What was its name?

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