Six Flags Over Texas

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The ghost of a woman named Annie is said to haunt the Texas section of the park; she is commonly seen and sometimes photographed in the Old Time Parlour and has also been reported by Texas Giant and Runaway Mountain. She is thought to have died nearby in the 1900’s.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

2201 E Road to Six Flags St
Arlington, TX 76011
United States

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32.75570450000001, -97.0725984
Tarrant County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Arlington, TX (2.5 mi.)
Grand Prairie, TX (4.4 mi.)
Euless, TX (5.6 mi.)
Pantego, TX (5.6 mi.)
Dalworthington Gardens, TX (6.0 mi.)
Bedford, TX (7.3 mi.)
Hurst, TX (7.4 mi.)
Colleyville, TX (9.9 mi.)
Richland Hills, TX (9.9 mi.)
North Richland Hills, TX (10.6 mi.)


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