SANDUSKY, Ohio — Twenty-seven people with stories of their own sexual assault -- all allegedly unfolding inside the employee dorms of Cedar Point throughout the past five summers.
Of the 27 cases, just three men have ever been charged.
While Cedar Point officials say the safety of workers is a “top priority,” and when needed, they send incidents to Sandusky police, the park’s own police department refuses to release any of their reports.
"I'd gotten to a point to where I honestly didn't want to be alive anymore,” one woman told 3News Investigates.
3News Investigates partnered with TEGNA sister stations WTOL in Toledo and WBNS in Columbus to produce the series, which includes exclusive interviews with three women, all former employees who say they were sexually assaulted.
You can watch each element of the investigation throughout the links and videos below...
PARTS 1 & 2: Cedar Point and shattered summer dreams
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Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in an unrelated investigation on March 18, 2022.