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Frightfest at Six Flags Over Texas?

Six Flags Over Texas: I wonder if they think that putting a few more headstones and playing the music louder is what makes it not for the faint of heart

From Jessie Phillips
Posted October 7, 2007 at 7:44 AM
Went to Frightfest tonight and it was worse than last year, they promote it as the daytime is for the kids but nighttime isn't for the faint of heart, I wonder if they think that putting a few more headstones and playing the music louder is what makes it not for the faint of heart, geeeez 6 flags

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From Tyler W.
Posted October 7, 2007 at 8:33 AM
There aren't any mazes or scare zones?

From Logan Decker
Posted October 7, 2007 at 8:41 AM
hahaha thats funny I went to six flags kentucky kingdom last night and I was thinking the same thing! I mean the only thing different between the day and night is that at night a couple of entertainers roam around trying to scare you, but thats about it, oh wait.... there's also the fog machines lol!!

From Jessie Phillips
Posted October 26, 2007 at 4:40 PM
they don't even have the entertainers that they have had. They used to have a place in the Texas area that had a lot of fog and ghouls were all over the place. I have been a season pass holder for almost 9 years now and this has got to be the worst frightfest ever. The new owner and CEO are all about profit and as I have posted before, transforming six flags into disney... psssssst AIN'T NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN. Leave 6 flags to be like 6 flags. What would be funny is if Disney or Universal ever moved an operation into this area. I would see the original six flags close within 2 years, can't wait to see holiday in the park (YAWNNNNNNNN)

From Anthony Murphy
Posted October 27, 2007 at 12:39 PM
I agree, SFGA was the same way!

Anyway, I think its good that he wants to change it something that would compete with Disney. I think thats the whole goal. Anyway, if they want to be like that, they would have tried harder and spent more money on Fright Fest

From Ben James
Posted October 28, 2007 at 10:36 AM
So was SF-STL.

From Renee Spahr
Posted August 23, 2008 at 12:17 AM
The first years of Fright Fest was killer ( pun intended) I would love to see a reunion with Dr. Blood and the Zombies.

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