The world cannot have enough roller coasters. That's a proven fact (in my opinion). Good news then as Six Flags St. Louis has announced there's a new racer-themed coaster that will be opening in the park this year.
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I have ridden the Ninja rollercoaster at Six Flags in St. Louis probably a zillion times in my life and that's only a slight exaggeration. Now, you can ride it whether you're at Six Flags or not if you have a decent computer thanks to a genius that created it in a video game.
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.
I am a veteran of all the coasters at Six Flags in St. Louis. If you want to know anything about any of the rides there, I can help you out. However, I have never been to Six Flags Great America in Illinois. Thanks to a new video share, we can all see what it's like to ride the coasters there (and non-coasters, too).
When I hear roller coasters at Six Flags discussed, The Screamin' Eagle is the first one that gets mentioned and for good reason. However, I would argue that one of the most underrated thrill rides the park has ever had was The Jet Scream.
Missouri is fortunate to have some classic wooden roller coasters. No offense intended to the newer metal structures, but I'm an old-school wooden coaster fan. Missouri has two of the best in Outlaw Run and The Screamin' Eagle, but which is better?