A new ride at Germany's Phantasialand in Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia is being called "the scariest in the world." It's called Talocan, a suspended Top Spin that features upside down twists, water and fire. Similar to the design of Disneyland, Phantasialand is divided into six different "land" themes: Berlin in the 20s, Fantasy Wuze Town, Mexico, China Town, Mystery, and Deep In Africa. Opened in 1967, it is one of Germany's oldest and most popular theme parks. While it began as a theme park largely catered to small children, Phantasialand has rebuilt itself for Germany's new, thrill-seeking family tourists. Today, Phantasialand is surrounded by themed resorts and is a major tourist destination for German and international travelers.