Defunctland-ParkHello, my name is Kevin Perjurer, and this is Defunctland. Defunctland is a video series published on YouTube that documents the history of extinct amusement park attractions. It is also a virtual reality preservation project that is in the early stages of development. Join me and the Defunctland community as we research, discuss, and preserve yesterday’s creativity, today!


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  1. Hello, I really enjoy your videos. Can you cover, Universal Studios Murder, She Wrote movie ride, Alfred Hitchcock, Disney’s Mr. Toads wild ride, River Country. That would be so awesome if you could. Thanks.

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  2. Suggestion: River King Mine Train and Railblazer. I know that Railblazer is still at Six Flags St. Louis and the other mine train is in another park, but the backstory is complex and kind of interesting.

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  3. I don’t know if you are able, because it is still on its third incarnation, but I would love to see the original Journey into Imagination included in Defunctland.
    Great project, podcast, and videos! Keep it up!

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  4. There are so many great attractions that I forgot about until reading everyone’s comments. My parents and I would go to MGM and Universal every winter during their Florida resident discount promotions and I was lucky enough to experience the parks in the early 90s while at their most classic. My favorite attractions were The Great Movie Ride, Hanna Barbera, and Maelstrom in Epcot.

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  5. Hi great stuff. Heard about this on the Disney dish on Monday and watched/listened to everyone. Have you ever heard of the short lived mgm grand theme park. Would love to hear about it as the one time I went when young never actually got to go as I got extremely sick and had to leave. Thanks keep up the great stuff.


      1. Um, I listen to a lot of Podcast I believe it was that one or the Station 71 podcast. Forgive me I forget, but it was definitely one of them. Most likely it was the Disney Dish though as that is my most frequented podcast.


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