Clues continue to surface for 'lost' Redbank carousel
ALCOLA – The recent demolition of the old Merry-Go-Round Building at Redbank Valley Municipal Park, and subsequent newspaper stories about the building and the carousel that it once housed, continues to spark conversation in the area about that “lost” piece of local history.
After a story ran in The Leader-Vindicator a couple of weeks ago relating memories of the carousel from a pair of readers, some new information about the ride has come to light.
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i went to see a movie there about big foot in the 70's the screen went black shortly after it started and everyone booed then it came back on and we watched it, i don't remember if i got popcorn and a pop or not
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