Wow, this wasn't a nice surprise! I must admit that this came massively out of nowhere, and it's particularly sad seeing as Indiana Beach has operated for nearly a century and some of the rides looked pretty fun and unique!
Properly phrased like this it's fine, it's when people say they know things but won't say how or why that it's annoying!Just heard from a totally unreliable source, someone I don’t know personally who’s claiming to be an IB employee, who says that his boss just informed him that the park has been sold. He said he screamed for joy at the news.
This is totally unconfirmed and may be nonsense. If people think I shouldn’t bother mentioning unconfirmed sources, I’ll apologize and delete.
That is sad, but as I never heard even a glimmer of a glimmer of hope for Fantasy Island once Apex made the announcement, it’s no great surprise. But when someone posts a picture of a major ride gone or demolished at Indiana Beach, it’ll hit me like a ton of bricks.