X2, Six Flags Magic Mountain. Los Angeles (USA) | The Most Death-Defying Amusement Park Rides Ever

X2, Six Flags Magic Mountain. Los Angeles (USA)

Formerly known simply as X until it was closed in 2007 to be revamped and souped-up to include new immersive tunnels, more audio and visual enhancements, sleek wing-shaped trains, all at a cost of $10 million. In case you didn't know, its considered the world’s first “fourth-dimensional” ride that has 360-degree rotating seats and headfirst, facedown drops. The 4-D effect means that the seats move to the side off the track and allow you to spin head over heels, forward and backward for that eyeball-bursting experience.

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