You would think that the name of an amusement park ride would have something to do with what it resembles if the resemblance is close enough. For example, you'd expect a spinning pendulum ride that's connected by a thin, yellow handle to a black hammerhead would be called something like Sledgehammer, right? This is an easy mistake to make at Canada's Wonderland. The ride is actually called Psyclone. Sledgehammer is, in contrast, a sort of "giant jumping machine" for which the name "Psyclone" would actually be a lot more appropriate.
I still think the names on these two rides were mixed up and nobody realized it until it was too late.
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