“I never want to go back to that place again.”
When you hear a child saying that after spending a few hours at the Six Flags Over Georgia Fright Fest, you know the event succeeded in its goal to scare all whom entered its gates.
Granted, this child was younger than the recommended minimum age of 13.
But I’m at least triple his age and it scared me.
The Fright Fest theme is thrills by day, fright by night.
And trust me, if you’re walking around the park at night, something is going to make you jump. Most likely the guy who looks like a mannequin in a coffin. Or, the employees decked out in full-on makeup and costume to look like zombies or mass murderers of some sort.
There are things geared toward the younger crowd: the monstertainment, which includes The Uprising performance, Dr. Fright’s Dead Man’s Party, the Bad Bob the Bone Butcher, and Carnevil.
It’s all a little creepy, but with different extremes of fright.
The Haunted Attractions are sure to conjure up a scream or two. It might even make you pee your pants a little out of fear. But hey, you’re getting your money’s worth, right?
Even when you’re not in one of the haunted houses, odds are you’re walking through one of the ‘scare zones’. I honestly feel like the entire park is a scare zone. Just know that going in.This will be the last weekend for Fright Fest…get out there while you can!
If you want details on prices, etc, head over to https://www.sixflags.com/overgeorgia
You can see some of the fun in this quick video we put together:
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(Note to readers: I was invited to cover this event as media. I was not otherwise compensated.)