With attractions like “Bayou Bloodlust” and “Southern Cemetery Conjuring” — it’s obvious that right now, Six Flags Over Georgia is not a place for the faint of heart!
The park’s annual Fright Fest event is happening for just fifteen days through November first, which means real-life ghostbusters will want to make plans to visit as soon as possible. This year’s Fright Fest features a dozen new terrifying scare zones, including deadly scarecrows on the loose in the Dark Harvest. The park will also be filled with Monstertainment shows, including the Salem Witch Trials and Miss Dixie’s Evil Spirits.
Good Day Atlanta’s Paul Milliken wasn’t too scared (well, at least that’s what he says…) to visit Six Flags Over Georgia, and spent the morning getting a preview of this year’s Fright Fest!