So, today at Towers there was one very noticeable change. The following signs have popped up all over the place on fences that surround ride areas: Quite dramatic I'm sure you would agree! I get the impression that there are more to come but there must have been at least 100 of them around the park today. You can see more in this TowersStreet Facebook gallery. In many cases there are signs placed ever 3 to 5 meters along a fence. Now we all know ride areas are dangerous places and of course if you were to enter one and were hit by a moving ride then you very well could die. But what on earth is wrong with the long standing "danger, ride area, do not enter" style signs that have been themed and common place for years? Surely guests do not want to see the word 'death' so often in what is meant to be a safe theme park environment offering escapism? They seem totally over the top and I feel that they will create more problems than they solve. It makes the park look a far more dangerous place that it is. Not only that but they are in the style of signs you find upon entering a construction site. Of course Towers are somewhat more H&S concious following the incident on The Smiler but there is reacting and there is over reacting. This is the latter for me. Can you imagine walking around Big Thunder Mountain at Disney and being told every few meters that there is a danger of death? Or am I over reacting and is this required in today's age?