Whatever it is that the three of them are singing right here, should have been included on the official soundtrack to Temple of Doom.
The Pripyat amusement park remains a strange and sad relic of the Chernobyl disaster. It was to be opened on the first of May in time for the May Day celebrations. Decorations for the holiday are said to still be in place today. These plans were interrupted on 26 April 1986, when Reactor #4 at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant underwent a catastrophic meltdown, leaving an extensive path of radiation in its wake. The park was opened only for a few hours on 27 April 1986, largely to keep the people of Pripyat entertained before officials announced the order to evacuate the area. The amusement park itself is located behind the Palace of Culture in the center of the city, and the Ferris Wheel in particular is considered a symbol of the events that took place there in 1986.