Maybe we shouldn’t ride Pirates of the Caribbean ride then.
This week it seems we’ve jumped a time-track. We’ll get it back on track shortly, I just need to recalibrate my time scanner… thing. Look, I’ve read the TARDIS manual and I still have absolutely no idea what this part is so I guess I’m just going to throw it out. It’s The Nightmare Fair, written by Graham Williams, adapted by John Ainsworth, and released in November of 2009. The Nightmare Fair can be purchased for $13 (or your local equivalent) on Big Finish’s website.
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3:41 More about the Lost Stories audio range and a full list of lost stories.
4:14 Which is The Masters of Luxor. This story is set in Las Vegas, but was rejected for being too unrealistic since it didn’t feature any mafia members. This also made it unreleaseistic, so it never got made.
4:25 That one’s easy to remember, it’s called Genesis of the Genesis of the Ice Warriors of the Daleks.
4:49 The Queen of Time ft. The Queen of Time.
8:37 Nara Dreamland was a Japanese theme park inspired by Disney that opened in 1961 and closed in 2006.
8:50 The same channel as in the link above exploring Six Flags New Orleans.
9:18 A couple articles about Kowloon Walled City. They tore it down more than 20 years ago, but I wish I could’ve seen it in person.
9:52 Judge Dredd is a comic book series/character. There were a couple movie adaptations, including one in 1995, one in 2012. According to the Wikipedia page for Mega City One, where the story takes place, it wasn’t inspired by KWC.
20:11 Maybe this is the article about time going slower when you’re a kid, I don’t know. It’s tl;dr so I have no idea what it says either. Feel free to check it out though. I sure as heck won’t stop you.
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