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It's that time of year again. Cedar Point in Sandusky opens Saturday May 10, and they have two exciting new rides in store.
Looks are deceiving with the new thrill ride Pipe Scream. It goes about 43 miles per hour with a 40 foot drop. The craziest thing is that it spins you around while moving. A tourist from Dayton said the ride made him sick, but in a good way.
"I think the fact that it moves, and then it spins at the same time. I got a little sick to be honest with you, but it was fun. It was fun sick, not bad sick," said the rider.
The second new ride at Cedar Point is called the Lake Erie Eagle. You can steer the direction of your cart. You can determine how high or how low you are, and what direction you face.