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Apr 2008: Roller Coaster Designer takes a lesson from Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitcock aficionado sees synergy between Walker Thrill Factor and Hitch's work.

"Suspense and terror cannot coexist. To the extent that the audience is aware of the menace or danger to the people it is watching -- that is, to the extent that suspense is created -- so is its surprise (or terror) at the eventual materialization of the indicated danger diminished." Taken from "The Enjoyment of Fear," Good Housekeeping, February 1949.

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HItchcock's Saboteur - military aircraft factory worker takes the fall
HItchcock's Saboteur - military aircraft factory worker takes the fall
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