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Keith Kaiser rides some of the best roller coasters in the world at Kings Island in Mason, OH with a thrill seeker.
John Keeter from Louisville has ridden more than 350 roller coasters and he lists the Beast and Diamondback as a few of his favorites. The Beast still the longest wooden roller coaster lasting more than four minutes and sprawling over 35 acres.
Kings Island keeps the roller coaster tradition alive with the announcement of Banshee opening in April of 2014. It has been dubbed the longest inverted steel roller coaster in the world traveling 4,124.1 feet inverting 7 times at speeds up to 68 miles per hour.
The Banshee will be the 15th roller coaster at Kings Island. It's the biggest new product investment in the park's 41-year history at $24 million.