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Canada's Wonderland Is Home To A Hair Tie Graveyard

Have you ever lost a hair tie after a visit to Canada's Wonderland? Well, turns out you are not alone.

A TikToker recently shared a video on Thursday, July 22, that revealed the hair tie graveyard of all the lost souls who have parted ways with their owners' (now likely tangled) tresses.


On the leviathan at Canada’s wonderland #wonderland #canadaswonderland #summervibes #canadalife

"Where hair ties go to die," the TikTok user said, as they zoomed in on the roof situated next to the Leviathan.

This daring rollercoaster is not for the faint-of-heart (or the daintiest of hair-tie elastics), as according to Canada's Wonderland, riders soar down a steep 80-degree drop and will speed down the tracks at up to 148 kilometres an hour. So it makes some sense that some hair ties have plunged to their death.

Wonderland reopened at the top of this month as Ontario progressed through its reopening plan. Since its reopening, riders have experienced delays and long lines and the occasional stopped ride, too.

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