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So, when you thinking of where to visit this summer on vacation and you;re a thrill seeker check this out. A ranking of the top 20 roller coasters in the world was released and Missouri has one in the top 20. No, it's not at Six Flags or World of Fun but in Branson Missouri. Time Traveler in Silver Doller City is by far one of the best to ride if you ever get the chance.

Time Travel - Silver Dollar City

Travel & Leisure says,

Visitors travel back in time at Silver Dollar City, an 1880s-themed amusement park in Branson, Missouri. But there's nothing old-fashioned about Time Traveler, the world's fastest, steepest, and tallest spinning coaster. Riders on rotating cars are fully inverted three times, and the coaster accelerates to 50 miles per hour, launching twice on the two-minute ride that peaks 100 feet in the air.

Look, I am not a thrill seeker, although I have ridden a few roller coasters, this one does look like fun. As long as I feel like I am strapped in, I am good to go for a ride. It's the feeling of falling out that just terrifies me.

Illinois Makes the List Too

Goliath in Six Flags Great American (in Gurnee, Illinois) also is on the list for having the best coaster. So, if you're a thrill seeker and love to ride coasters you have some of the best in the world very close to you to try.

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