'Euthanasia Coaster' simulation shows what it would be like on ride designed to kill you

The rollercoaster is designed to kill quickly and humanely
039Euthanasia Coaster039 simulation shows what it would be like on

Last Updated on August 21, 2021 by MyGh.Online

A mind-bending video shows what it would be like to ride the Euthanasia Rollercoaster from a point of view camera angle.

In part one of the clip, uploaded on TikTok by @ridesnslides he explains that the coaster if it were built, would be 510m tall – three times taller than the current biggest ride.

The hypothetical ride, designed by Julijonas Urbonas from Lithuania, also features seven loops that would completely invert its passengers and expose them to an extreme and fatal G-Force of 10.

He added: “The first thing that you would notice is your vision greying out which would then gradually turn to tunnel vision.

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“From there, you would begin experiencing a blackout and ultimately you would eventually lose consciousness and die.”

The rollercoaster is designed to kill quickly and humanely
The hypothetical rollercoaster is designed to kill quickly and humanely

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In part two, he shows a simulation of the ride from Planet Coaster which gives you an idea of just how steep the drop is, quickly followed by the killer loops.

The clip has been watched more than one million times and people were amazed and horrified.

One viewer wrote: “What if you got in the wrong queue at the park and accidentally got on this with your mum?”

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The killer rollercoaster has not been built
The ‘Euthanasia Coaster’, at 510m higher, would be the biggest theme park ride ever were it to be built

“Not me worried I would just die from watching this video,” joked someone else.

Pointing out a potential flaw with the idea, a third viewer commented: “Too many people would be too ill or too sad for a rollercoaster to death I think, not very real.”

Explaining his design on his website, Urbonas said: “Riding the coaster’s track, the rider is subjected to a series of intensive motion elements that induce various unique experiences: from euphoria to thrill, and from tunnel vision to loss of consciousness, and, eventually, death.”

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At the top of the ride, the cart would come to a standstill and it would be up to its passenger to decide whether or not to die.

He added: “You relax and press the FALL button. Whir.. swish – the ultimate surrender to gravity!”

For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email, visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.

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