“We are unveiling our biggest Fright Fest event ever,” said Hank Salemi, Six Flags Great America park president. “In response to our huge success in 2011, we are expanding this year’s Fright Fest into the troughs of Roaring Rapids to create Wicked Woods and out into Hurricane Harbor to unveil a new nighttime dance club experience, Fright Club, which is rated NC–17. You simply cannot find a more immersive haunt experience than Six Flags’ Fright Fest.”
New 2012 Fright Fest Attractions
- Wicked Woods – Twist through the dried-up riverbed of Roaring Rapids and come face-to-face with urban legends like Sasquatch, Mothman and the Jerzy Devil who roam freely seeking destruction and retaliation to those that had imprisoned them. The Wicked Woods is not for the faint of heart.
- Manslaughter Manor – Tucked away in Southwest Hills, this house might have been abandoned by the living, but it is rumored that the dead continue to torment the home and attack anyone who lives there. Dare to follow the supernatural investigators as they try to uncover the truth
- The Dead Line – The Scenic Railway will undergo a full transformation as guests board The Dead Line to escape a zombie-infested, post-apocalyptic world. Travel through the dead zone and, with any luck, travel safely to zombie free land.
- Fright Club – For the first time ever, Fright Fest expands into Hurricane Harbor where DJ Fright creates the fiercest nighttime club experience including pulse-pounding music and live dancers. Fright Club is rated NC–17.