Six Flags NOLA Saved From the Meme Graveyard

Creative Commons Photo of Six Flags New Orleans by Corey Ann / Corey Balazowich. (Unaffiliated with the lost Teddy Smith video.)

Posts this past Friday on Gizmodo, Wired’s Underwire and many points in all directions of the compass celebrated the eerie beauty of a video shot in the abandoned amusement park in New Orleans that was opened as Jazzland in 2000 and purchased by Six Flags in 2002. It was made by Teddy Smith, who removed the video late Friday, “for reasons I would rather not have public right now.”

Of course, it doesn’t take much clever exscavayshuns on teh interwebs to find the video still live; it’s pretty amazing, and I have a few more observations on it if you (READ THE REST OF THIS POST AT TECHYUM).

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