Season Pass Podcast: John Wardley is Creating his own Nemesis

Written by Doug Barnes. Posted in D23Expo, Disney, Features, Other Destinations, Podcasts, The Seasonpass Podcast

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Published on August 20, 2013 at 12:01 am with 4 Comments

John Wardley is the Tony Baxter of Britain!  He returns to the Season Pass podcast with Nick Hutson to discuss his new book, Creating My Own Nemesis, and more of his thoughts on the themed entertainment industry. Plus, D23 Expo review from Doug Barnes.

Have you visited Alton Towers? Enjoy the interview with John Wardley? Let us know in the comments below.

About Doug Barnes

Doug Barnes is a Life Long Fan of Theme Parks and Roller Coasters as well as a fan of Podcasting. Doug has spent his entire life living and meandering under the California sky; regularly attending many parks including Disneyland, DCA, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (AKA-Marine World), California's Great America (AKA-PGA), and more. Doug has toured all over the country in search of Great Themed Recreational Fun including Florida, Ohio, Texas, Nevada, Indiana, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Missouri & more. Aside from his duties as master of ceremonies for the MiceChat Podcast, Doug owns the critically acclaimed Season Pass Podcast: http://www.seasonpasspodcast.com/

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  1. Thank you Doug. Adding you to my listening queue right now Always enjoy your show!

    • Awesome! Thank you Dusty.

      -Doug

  2. Got to visit Alton Towers for the first time in over 20 years this summer…god I feel old now… I was very impressed with the park. Some of the rides are top notch. Hex is one of the smartest rides I have ever experienced and Nemesis was by far the smoothest roller coaster I have ever been on. Oblivion is another great ride. Thirteen had a great twist to it and Rita was fast. Riding through the tree tops on the monorail or the skyway was a lot of fun as well.

    The Park isn’t Disney or Universal quality, but is far above what you would find theme wise at any amusement park. The drive there may be the best ride of all. English countryside with some of the tightest, scariest turns you could ever experience on a ride.

    • That is great to hear! I’m dying to get over to the UK to check out these parks. I’ve heard nothing but great things about Alton Towers. I’m sure it’s not DIsney or Universal, but it seems really detailed–Nemesis (from the pics) looks like the best “Themed” coaster of it’s type in the world. Love the blood river and waterfall details. Thanks for listening. ;)

      -Doug