Few People Know There’s A Massive Roller Coaster Hiding In Small Town Nevada
Straddling the border in between southern Nevada and California is a little unincorporated town called Primm. The tiny town is home to just 1,000 people or so. It’s not exactly a huge tourist destination. In fact, most of the time people pass through Primm on the way to Las Vegas. It’s a pretty typical small town in southern Nevada that’s loaded with casinos and outlet malls. However, there’s one incredibly notable thing about this town that most people aren’t aware of. It’s home to what was once considered the tallest roller coaster in the world.
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