Police arrested a presumably intoxicated man at Six Flags St. Louis for an allegedly assaulting and yelling profanities at….(oh god, seriously? This can’t be real, right? Ugh, fine, I’ll type it)….Daffy Duck.
Five weekends of Halloween fun will open at Six Flags St. Louis on Friday, September 30. This year's Fright Fest features Halloween-themed shows, rides and monsters. Two new attractions this year include the Rage of the Gargoyles Virtual Reality Coster experience on Ninja, and the New Night Terror’s haunted maze.
Six Flags St. Louis has announced a new ride coming to their park in 2017. Spinsanity is a thrill ride that puts forty guests at a time on a giant disc that flies along a 51-foot half-pipe track while whirling at 14 revolutions per minute.