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November 2, 2008
We can blame the Bush Administration only insomuch as it nurtured a favorable economic climate for an entrepreneur to build this upside-down replica thing and make money with it…
Top Secret Inc, in addition to defying gravity, appears to defy odds that normally pummel a “concept” attraction out-of-business after a few seasons in the competitive torrent of the Dells. Yet here it stands…
Top Secret does offers a great free photo op exterior, and the interior ain’t bad…. bigger and more involved than we’d suspected. And taking the upside-down idea to new extremes.
There’s an Upside-Down House in Lee Vining, CA. The Wonderworks arcade franchise added its own dropped-on-their-heads buildings to the skylines of tourist meccas, such as Orlando and Sevierville (near Pigeon Forge).
There was even a popular tourist attraction called the Upside-Down House, in Sunrise Golf Village, FL. Long since demolished (but the postcard lives on).
Seems like when it comes to upside-down, you can’t really go wrong.
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