Sandusky, Ohio is a city which features the famous Cedar Points Theme Park and is close to were the Ohio Wolfman (Michigan Dogman or Wisconsin Werewolf) sightings were reported. What would happen to Sandusky when people are gone?

Life After People

1 Day After People

Cedar Point's fun is over, for now. Many abandoned pets die of starvation.

Cedar Point in one day after people disappeared.

Upper Sandusky Ohio

Streets of Sandusky, Ohio, in 1 day after people disappeared.

2 Weeks After People

Some wild animals such as deer, bears, cougars, bobcats, lynx, coyotes, foxes, raccoons, wolverines, badgers, weasels, rabbits, moose, squirrels, wolves, and bison (no longer endangered) have moved into former human cities, towns, farms, and other man-made places that people left behind.

6 Months After People

The famous theme park, Cedar Point, is being destroyed by nature (rain, snow, etc), thus destroying Millennium Force, Magnum XL-200, Top Thrill Dragster and other steel coasters. The wooden coasters are still standing, but they'll soon share a similar fate from a different threat.

2 Years after people

The wooden coasters such as Blue Streak and Mean Streak are being eaten by a destructive pest, insects.

200 Years after people

All of the recognizable structures in Sandusky are now gone. The Ohio Wolfman is now back from the brink of extinction.