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September 26, 2006

Six Flags St. Louis Offers Family by Day, Fright by Night

St. Louis -- Six Flags St. Louis is once again transforming into a Halloween spooktacular as the park prepares for to kick off its annual Fright Fest event on Friday, October 6. This year the event focuses on families during the day, but as night falls the park will change into a frightful experience for brave souls.

Daylight hours will offer festive Halloween fun for the entire family. Six Flags is planning shows, activities and happy haunts especially for children. Kids 12 and under can also Trick-or-Treat throughout the park for candy and trinkets.

Nightly at dusk Six Flags St. Louis transforms into a frightful experience. The Boorade and all its unsightly creates will come to the theme park streets to scare the unsuspecting. Sinister clowns, trolls, monsters of all kind and more will have taken over the streets.

This year's maze Mansion of Terror is described as offering at different type of terror in every room. Brave souls can also board the Terror Train; one of the park rides that is transformed for the event. Terror Train will seem like an escape until a long lost descendant of one of the West's most feared outlaw's returns for revenge, says Six Flags.

Like at other Six Flags parks cockroaches will also play a role at St. Louis. Each night of Fright Fest, for one hour only, guests can participate in a the Eat Your Way To The Front Of The Line by visiting the Cockroach Concessions where plump, juicy cockroaches are on the menu. Guests who successfully eat a real cockroach will be allowed to go to the front of the line of a ride of their choice.

The park is also offering a variety of Halloween themed entertainment, including comedy, hypnosis and the of course, plenty of bizarre stunts and acts.

Fright Fest begins at Six Flags St. Louis on Friday, October 6 and continues weekends (Fri-Sun) through October 29. Park hours: Fridays 6:00 pm - Midnight, Saturdays 11:00 am - 11:00 pm and Sundays 11:00 am - 8:00 pm.

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