A somber sensation overcame most people bidding farewell to famed Cedar Point roller coaster Mean Streak on Friday. About 1,000 park patrons attended a “last rites” funeral, which allowed enthusiasts one final opportunity to ride the 161-foot-tall Frontiertown staple before dying.
People stayed silent during a eulogy, which paid tribute to a ride debuting in 1991 and providing more than 26 million rides since. Some even shed a tear or two when pallbearers carried remnants of the attraction in a procession to their final resting place in Dead Rides Cemetery. Full Story: Sandusky Register