Southern California loves Halloween so much that they roll out all the Halloween goodness in the middle of the summer. Saturday at Midsummer Scream, Six Flags Magic Mountain unveiled tons of details about their annual Fright Fest event.
One of the biggest announcements this year is the addition of Dead End, a brand new maze that Six Flags promises will take the Dark Attraction to a new level. No big details were revealed about the new maze.
Also new, a new scare zone called Damned N Disguise: Change Before Your Eyes is coming. It will change throughout the night, going from bright and colorful to dark and demented, with several characters changing right before your eyes. This sounds similar to the "7" Scare Zone that Halloween Horror Nights did in 2011. That Zone saw characters change throughout the night, as they delved down into their sins.
There are tons of returning favorites to Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest, and more details to be announced later. There's also 21 nights, which is the most ever at Fright Fest.