I'd have to agree with a pp, the ride that scared me the worst was Alien Encounter. I was so freaked out that I leaned as far forward as my restraints allowed me and had my eyes shut the entire time. My husband loved the attraction and tried, in vain, to get me to go back on it.
But, now that AE is gone, I don't think there's any ride that scares me too much. I LOVED ToT. Dinosaur made me jump a bit, but I loved that one too.
I'm not really SCARED of it but Honey I Shrunk The Audience makes me very uncomfortable. I'm not really sure why...perhaps it's something about the mice running under your feet. I go into the show and simply wait for the mice part to be over...and I rarely get to enjoy the actual show.
I'm not scared of Summit Plummet, but it is an avoidable ride for me as once I lost my bikini top on it...it did come down the slide...just not on me, where it should of been. Next time I should heed the warnings.
Lets see...when I was 3, I rode Body Tours (Which I refered to as 'The bloody ride') and it terrified me! Now, the last trip I took (Jan. 2004), Body Tours was closed, so I wasn't able to see if the ride still scared the crap out of me I suppose I'll find out in a couple of weeks!! Also, Tower of Terror is, well, terrifying. In Jan. 2004, I looked at my ride picture and was embarrassed to see that while everybody else was grinning, I had my eyes screwed up, gripping my mouse ears with white knuckles. And then a couple of months ago, when I went to DLR, I was looking at my ride picture, and was mortified when some guy pointed right at me (in the picture) and said "That girl's screaming so hard, she looks like an opera singer!". However, despite the fact that it freaks me out, it's still my one of my favorite rides!
I'm still startled by the Haunted Mansion. I can easily take on any sized rollercoaster or drop ride, any vertical insane death ride...but when it comes to dark rides, my imagination goes wild and I become freaked. While I can get through Snow White's Scary Adventures, I doubt I could ride it in a cart, all by myself.