Good Day Atlanta September 28, 2018 viewer information

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Six Flags Over Georgia debuts seven new attractions for Fright Fest:

As if it wasn’t scary enough already, Six Flags Over Georgia is ratcheting up the thrills for this year’s Fright Fest, adding seven new attractions to the terrifying annual tradition.

 

Six Flags Fright Fest presented by Snickers is back at Austell’s Six Flags Over Georgia, running Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through October (along with Monday-Wednesday, October 29th-31st).  The annual event transforms the popular theme park into a nightmare-come true, with several haunts and scare zones along with the park’s famous rides and rollercoasters.  New additions this year include The Bunker, which takes guests into a hidden underground military bunker, and Cannibal Carnival, which presented a family fall fair attended by a family you definitely want to avoid – the bloodthirsty Roscoes!

Good Day Atlanta’s Paul Milliken is a Fright Fest veteran, and never turns down a chance to face off against the park’s zombies, ghouls, and ghosts.  So he spent the morning there checking out a few of the new attractions – and trying to stay alive!

 

WEB LINK:

https://www.sixflags.com/overgeorgia/special-events/fright-fest-night

 

 

Clint Harp on Good Day Atlanta:  Clint Harp, from "Fixer Upper" on Good Day Atlanta with Alyse Eady.  He talks about his new book HANDCRAFTED which chronicles Clint's journey, from his passion for woodwork from his grandfather to the different life paths in ministry. For more information on Clint Harp click here.  

 

2018 Metro Atlanta Heart Walk:  It's time to get ready for the Metro Atlanta Heart Walk. Dr. Gina Lundberg stopped by to discuss how physical activity and heart healthy living can save lives.  For more information click here. 

 

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