There are quite a bit of daredevils in El Paso who love crazy rides. Those kinds of people are the ones you see getting in line for the Zele Scream Ride at Wet N' Wild Waterworld.

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Major props to the wild people who take their chances losing a top or a major wedgie on the screamer. Living in El Paso all my life and of all the times I've visited Wet N' Wild Waterworld, I've never been on the screamer.

It still is mind-boggling for me that people in El Paso love the feeling of sliding 7 stories down into the water. See, I don't mind falling down several stories at Hollywood Studios Tower of Terror.

At least on that ride, I felt I had somewhat of protection around me than my own bare skin. But if you love the screamer you will love this waterslide attraction in Texas just as much.

One reason I won't slide down the screamer is because of the narrow section of water you dunk down in. But the Royal Flush at The Wetlands in Waco, Texas has drawn quite a crowd for the slides that are 65 feet tall.

Also, Micbergsma's YouTube video below gives you an idea of what it is like to slide down the Royal Flush.

Here is another clip of the Royal Flush at The Wetlands from Round III's YouTube video below.

As you will see from Insider's YouTube video above there is open water for you to fall into. There are a few differences between the Screamer and the Royal Flush slides you should know about.

The Screamer at Wet N' Wild Waterworld

The Zele Scream ride slide drops you 7 stories

You have to keep still in a stiff position until you drop into the water

Possible wedgies/ losing bikini tops

Steep drop

 

Royal Flush Slide at The Wetlands

The slide is 65 feet tall

You keep still until you reach the end of the slide to do tricks while flying in the air

More room to splash down in the water

Not so much of a steep drop

 

 

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