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An unfortunately high number of guests have died here, from guest who fell off of Rolling Thunder, to another guest who died on the Lightnin’ Loops attraction in 1987. However, most famously was the fire of the Haunted Castle which claimed teenagers. Mediums detect the presence of these people, but some guests have also reportedly caught a glimpse of a man near Rolling Thunder.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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1 Six Flags Blvd
Jackson, NJ 08527
United States

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40.1386001, -74.44069100000002
Ocean County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Shrewsbury, NJ (5.6 mi.)
Roosevelt, NJ (5.9 mi.)
Vista Center, NJ (6.6 mi.)
New Egypt, NJ (6.8 mi.)
Allentown, NJ (8.0 mi.)
Twin Rivers, NJ (9.1 mi.)
Hightstown, NJ (10.0 mi.)
McGuire AFB, NJ (10.1 mi.)
West Freehold, NJ (10.3 mi.)
Cedar Glen West, NJ (10.3 mi.)


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