MASON, Ohio -- Kings Island says it will break records with a new theme park attraction next year.
The popular Mason amusement and waterpark will unveil plans next week for what it says will be a new "world record-breaking attraction."
The announcement will be made Thursday, August 8 at 10 p.m. at the 364-acre park.
Kings Island released a clue of what the new ride might be by handing out combs covered in fake white hair.
According to thecoastercritic.com , Kings Island’s parent company Cedar Fair Entertainment Co. filed to trademark the name “Banshee” on an amusement park ride in April.
A banshee is a female spirit in Gaelic folklore whose appearance or wailing warns of death, according to the Merriam Webster dictionary,
Creepy figures have started showing up at the construction site for what many believe may be a new roller coaster, thecoastercritic.com reports.
The words "bone-chilling screams" have also shown up on teaser signs.
What do you think the new ride will be?
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