A quick update on the Mad Mouse that is being removed from Joyland Amusement Park this week. According to the local news, the park did confirm that the Mad Mouse was sold to a new owner and instead of being scrapped, it “will go on to live at another amusement park.” No hints were given as to the new home of the Mad Mouse at this time but before it ran at Joyland in Texas from 1976 to 2018, it was also the Mad Mouse for the former Bell’s Amusment Park where it opened in 1959, so it will be nice to see this classic Allan Herschell Mad Mouse alive and kicking in a new home somewhere.
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