Justin Case wrote:MoonLight wrote:You know what would be cool? Is to have a Lakeside Amusement Park built in real life! And it would have bloody bunny suits, merry go round with that music...lol that would be awesome.
http://www.lakesideamusementpark.com/ Your wish has been granted... Since 1908! It also has a big wooden rollar coaster like the one Heather [spoiler]almost gets splattered on[/spoiler] and a carousel that's been around since the park opened in 1908! The biggest kick? The fact that the real Lakeside Amusement Park also features a large tower, referred to as the Tower of Jewels. Kudos to my buddy Galen for finding out this stuff.Jaded wrote:Actually, when you first enter the bloody dining room, when the guy stops speaking, you can examine the wall that has "help" written on the wall. Heather questions what really happened in the dining room, like, if it was a suicide, then how'd all the blood get there; also, in the library, with the man in the chair, after the guy stops talking, Heather can examine the body that's dangling from the ceiling. Heather will discover that it's a real dead body, not a fake. So this means that Danny is the one in the chair.
Boy howdy, that was a mouthful.
Problem with that is, we don't know whether or not the narrator is referring to the puppet or the man as Danny... The narration here could be supernatural, and not part of the 'normal' tour you would get in Normal Lakeside Amusement Park.
WTF?! There was a real Amusement park?! They've based a ton of real life things in the game.
But it's in Colorado.