People: May 25, 1998


Attention, NASA: if you're looking for three humans who like head rushes and can go the distance in uncomfortable machines, try Georgia. In March, Six Flags over Georgia offered a Jeep to the person who rode the Scream Machine, a roller coaster, for the longest time. After 60 days, the park declared a three-way tie. JONATHAN THOMPSON, DARTHY BROWN and DION HUGHES, left to right, had spent 17 hours a day riding the rails, with small breaks for food. "Any of us was willing to go 100 days," says Hughes. "I just adapted to an everyday way...

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