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Cremation simulation: Theme park in China offers 'death ride'

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SHENZHEN, China, May 9 (UPI) -- Forget about thrill rides. How about a shrill ride?

The Window of the World theme park in China has a new attraction that some are just dying to ride.

It's called Samadhi: 4D Experience of Death, and it's designed to give riders the sensation of being dead, cremated, and reborn.

First, the visitor goes on a journey through a "morgue." Next, they are placed in a casket and put on a conveyor belt for "cremation" -- which is simulated by a sudden blast of hot air over the rider to simulate flames. The air reaches temperatures up to 105 degrees Fahrenheit.

The attraction also uses flashes of light to give the rider "an authentic experience of burning."

http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2015/05/09/Cremation-simulation-Theme-park-in-China-offers-death-ride/1941431190577/?spt=sec&or=on

sounds like fun...for the dead lol

 
 
 

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Good point, Calm Shock. Then there's the fried crickets, with lots of salt.

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are you thinking what im thinking cin..andrew zimmern lol?

 
 
 

​Bizarre Food! Sometimes I can't take watching some of the crap this guy actually eats.

But no, I wasn't thinking of him, I was thinking of a friend who was munching down on the crickets and holds out the bag and says, "Want some fried crickets?"  lmao  (true story).

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​Bizarre Food! Sometimes I can't take watching some of the crap this guy actually eats.

But no, I wasn't thinking of him, I was thinking of a friend who was munching down on the crickets and holds out the bag and says, "Want some fried crickets?"  lmao  (true story).

​oh do tell cinny

 
 
 

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I said "Hell, no!"  End of that story. :chuckle:

But I kind of wish I tried them, then I could tell you how crunchy and delicious they were. I think I regret what I don't do, more than what I actually do. :P

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now iam intrigued about crunchy grasshoppers. gonna scan the nearest asian food store for em.

 
 
 

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