Alton Towers, Staffordshire, EnglandCool fact:
The first inverted rollercoaster built outside the United States
Nemesis lets your legs dangle and your heart skip a beat with every twist and lurch. As the story goes, an evil monster was angered at Alton Towers and created a giant hole in the ground riders swoop over and about this hole and the irate monster chained below. Red waterfalls dripping into creepy pools of "blood" heighten the effects of the ride as well as the scenes of wreckage left behind in the monster's path of destruction.
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