Logan - the fatal incident 35 (or was it 30?) years ago?
A.Ron and Jim touched briefly on the potential death of Logan in episode 110 The Bicameral Mind. I believe Logan was that fatal guest incident all those years ago referenced early in the season. (I didn't go back to check the specific wording used; this is my impression of the incident.)
William could have made the case that a further investment into the park would honor the death of their son. Logan had several visits to the park, and William could have stayed close to the truth, which is always better in a lie, telling his soon-to-be in-laws that William died as he had lived - on the edge. William did go on to marry into that family, which I highly doubt would have happened if Logan made it home. William may have told the family about Logan's conversation regarding his (Logan's) recommendation to buy more of the park. William, either through his direct efforts or the family's did end up with majority ownership.
Any of thoughts as to who the guest was? (Feel free to point me to another forum thread if addressed there. Thanks.)
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