Six Flags St. Louis
Eureka, Missouri
Fright Fest 2009
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Fright Fest 2009 At Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

The Boss looks nice on it's hillside home all surrounded by the colors of fall.

Fright Fest 2009 At Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

The Boss is best rode in the spring and fall when it's track is not all dried out.  But if it's cold, say in the 40's like on our last visit you probably won't get to ride it as it tends to valley in the cold so they just won't open it.

Fright Fest 2009 At Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Here's Bond, Rohan, Greg and Mike on Tony Hawk's Big Spin during our first Fright Fest visit. 

Brian and I rode alone before then and got the most spin that I have ever had on Tony Hawk.  As soon as we were over the lift the car whipped around and would not spinning like a top until we were done.  It took me a little while to recover from that ride.

Fright Fest 2009 at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri


What no multiple choice tests?  All around the park Pigman left his graffiti.  Pigman is supposedly the previous owner of the land that Six Flags St. Louis sits on and is not happy about the park.  What's amusing is this is a bit of an insider joke as the land used to actually be a pig farm.  Pigman haints the Terror Train, Haunted Hayride and the Farm House haunted house.



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