http://us.cnn.com/2013/07/20/us/texas-roller-coaster-death/ I grew up going to this Six Flags...I remember my dad told me to look for bodies in the lake as I was waiting in line for my first ride ever on the Judge Roy Scream when I was like 8. He would joke that they were the bodies of people who had fallen off. Now I live about 45 minutes away but had considered taking the kids there before school starts. I can't imagine the horror this woman experienced when her bar gave way and she fell to her death. Ugh, it makes me sick to my stomach. I hate to live my life in fear but as I get older, so many more things make me nervous. I don't like roller coasters anymore -- as we were going up the steep hill on Expedition Everest at Disney World last month, our train stopped abruptly for about 30 seconds. I think I peed a little. I've ridden that coaster at least 6 times in the past and I still was a nervous wreck. I won't ride space mountain anymore because the cars are so tiny, it wouldn't take much to fall out. I hate heights...I won't do the Eiffel Tower in Vegas and hell no I won't do the NYNY ride either. I've traveled all my life and flown but now I can't stand flying. I know my chances of getting hit by lightning on a clear day are probably higher than being injured or killed on an amusement ride or in a plane crash but I just can't help it. I guess I watch too much TV or something. I can't say that this incident in Arlington has helped my anxiety at all!