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Fright Fest 2016 AT Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

A big part of the fun of Fright Fest for me is just sitting back and watching the really good scare actors mess with the guests.  I  think that would be one of the best jobs out there.  One day when I retire my goal is to get hired as a scare actor and spend my weekends scaring the crap out of park goers.

Fright Fest 2016 at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Despite being surrounded by the undead there were signs that Boomerang was coming back to life and that there have been some improvements to the ride.  If you look at all of the loop you can see a bunch of new ties that have not been painted green yet that have been added to the track to strengthen and hopefully smoothen out this ride.  Boomerang's train was also on the track so we should see a return of it for 2017 for those of you who like riding it.

Fright Fest 2016 at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

As I said earlier that fog can go a long way in making a park extra spooky for any sort of Halloween celebration.  The River King Mine Train was wonderfully spooky with all of the fog during our night rides on it.

Fright Fest 2016 at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

The guys walking around Six Flags with the chain saws were really enjoying their jobs.  Bond and I sat back for a while watching them come up behind unsuspecting ladies before cranking up the saw's sending their victims running.  If you are going to do a job you have to have fun with it and these guys really were.

Fright Fest 2016 at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Fog plus cool lighting equals me playing around with my camera.
 


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