It's that time of the year! You can head to Six Flags in St. Louis to not only be thrilled by rollercoasters but also have your pants scared right off you at Fright Fest! Here are all the details you need to know on how to enjoy one of the scariest thrills of the Halloween season.

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Fright Fest returns again to Six Flags St. Louis, the Six Fags website calendar says that the Fright Fest dates are Fridays through Sundays starting September 22nd and going until Halloween. On their website, they also say this about Fright Fest...

" When the sun goes down… your fears will come out. This year will feature four haunted attractions that will live in your nightmares and scare zones that the freaks will make sure you won’t forget...After the freaks unleash, all bets are off. Vampires, zombies, clowns, and all the other creatures that go bump in the night fill the park."

To read more about this year's Fright Fest at Six Flags St. Louis just check out their website by clicking here!

I absolutely loved going to Fright Fest as a kid at Six Flags Great America in Chicagoland. The park just comes alive at night and you never know what to expect around each corner. But to be honest, I never went when I was younger than 13, I don't think I would have liked it very much when I was really young and didn't understand that it was all just for fun. So enjoy Fright Fest at your own risk!

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