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October 1, 2002

Major Fright Fest Expansion Invades Magic Mountain

Valencia, CA -- It's an Xtreme Park spooktacular this October as Six Flags Magic Mountain The Xtreme Park just outside of Los Angeles adds five new attractions to its collection of ghostly autumn spook zones for the entire family. Fright Fest offers hundreds of costumed ghosts & ghouls, hair-raising live shows, monstrous mazes, electrifying street entertainers and a special area just for children and those not so daring parents for four spooktacular weekends, October 5-6, 11-13, 18-20, 25-27 and 31st.

Xperience something new in 2002 as FEARANOIA takes over the Xtreme Park creating additional Fright Fest fun! Grab your Fearanoia number and watch your back! Fright Fest ghouls could be lurking in the shadows waiting for you. If you can avoid the Fright Fest Fearanoia ghoul team for the night, you could win a 2003 Six Flags Magic Mountain Season Pass! Plus, don't miss our newest fourth dimensional thrill - X - the most talked about coaster of the decade!

Six Flags Magic Mountain offers up a witch's brew of new Fright Fest scares including CARNAGE E. HALL, an all-new haunted maze experience that takes you back in history for a Hollywood-style haunting. Also, new this year is BLOOD FALLS, the fog has descended on Camp Ohmagosh and guests on this devilish log ride expedition can lose their way and could easily lose their minds! Plus, an all-new PARADE OF THE DEAD will take place every spooktacular Fright Fest weekend!

For the pint-sized set, Bugs Bunny World offers Halloween tricks and special treats. Kids can join their favorite Looney Tunes characters for special Halloween treats including a bird show, street entertainers, arts and crafts, trick-or-treat bags and more.

New For 2002 at Six Flags Magic Mountain's Fright Fest

Magic Moments Theater has been transformed into an abandoned 1940's theater that is now for sale. Prospective buyers beware! Legend has it that the ghosts of seven famous actors found brutally murdered over fifty years ago still haunt the grounds. The theater tour takes groups of thirty through nine haunted rooms, in over 2,200 square feet of animated and "live" ghostly events. (Not intended for children or timid spirits.)

Dare to take a journey through a haunted summer camp on the infamous Log Jammer now known as Blood Falls! This camp is definitely not the fun and games that you remember! Camp Ohmagosh is terribly cursed as the shadows and sounds come alive during this frightful journey through woods.

Don't look now but "they're" out there, waiting to get you! The Six Flags "tag team" is looking for your number and if you can survive the night without being caught, you could win a 2003 Season Pass! It's the ultimate challenge where fear meets paranoia in Six Flags new xtreme game of survival. Get your FEARANOIA number upon entering the park and see if you can survive the night!

Shhhhh! I see dead people, they're everywhere! Walking down the streets of Six Flags at dusk in a procession marking the official beginning of each night's frightfully fun festivities! Catch the Six Flags ghoul patrol as they "head off" to work (no pun intended!). But don't get too close; you may become part of the celebrated!

Navigate your way through pounding sound and pulsing illumination as the Sandblasters Bumper Cars are transformed into a totally new and xtreme driving experience! These are not your ordinary bumper cars. Take your pick of one of twenty-two techno-mobiles in this all-new Fright Fest xperience!

Additional Fright Fest Attractions

BRUTAL PLANET - This 6,500 square foot maze located near Batman The Ride offers brutal monsters, brutal chills and brutal thrills in a universe of unknown dimensions. Grab your boarding pass and prepare to be transported to a place where evil lurks and chaos reigns. We hope to see you back on earth if you make it through the twelve demon filled lands! (Not intended for children under 10, ages 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.)

WILLOUGHBY'S HAUNTED MANSION - Beware, the bewitching hour has struck. This sanctuary of strangeness is Halloween horror at its best. Hair-raising terror awaits guests around each nightmarish turn and long twisting hallway. The fearful encounter features animatronics, gruesome monsters, camouflage rooms and much more. The mansion is situated high atop the mountain -- at Samurai Summit. (This attraction is not intended for children.)

THE JOKSTER'S HIDEOUT - This is not your ordinary maze. There is no blood, no guts and no monsters. The goal is to sneak through the hideout to catch a peek of what projects the Jokester and his crew are working on. But watch your back - you never know when a crazy clown will strike. Located next to the Flashback roller coaster.

COLOSSUS-BACKWARDS! - A Fright Fest Exclusive! Experience one of the largest, most celebrated coasters in the world - BACKWARDS! That's right, back by popular demand. Travel over nearly two miles on this dual track wooden coaster all while sitting completely backwards!

DEJA VU, GOLIATH, THE RIDDLER'S REVENGE, and FREEFALL - IN THE DARK! - Take a spin on some of our world class roller coasters completely in the dark!

HIGH SIERRA HYPNOTIST - This amusing show stars the members of the audience. Guests who are chosen to be put "under hypnosis" will perform hysterical exploits never to be imitated "under consciousness." Performing at the Golden Bear Theatre.

LETOURNEAU'S GLOBE OF DEATH - A 14-foot monstrous globe where three death-defying motorcycles loop inside the globe at the same time. Performing nightly in Colossus County Fair near the base of the Superman The Escape tower.

The Ghoul Patrol is out in force stalking Gotham City Backlot and Samurai Summit adding to the mysterious atmosphere while the Galloping Ghoulmet mixes up a witch's brew of absurd entertainment in the Roadkill Kitchen atop Samurai Summit. Mad Chad, the Chainsaw Juggler, will perform his daring routine at the Looney Tunes Pavilion.

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