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There are many ghost stories surrounding Six Flags Over Georgia. Some say a blonde girl about 9 years old was hit and killed by a car in the 1970s, and she may appear and ask guests for help, only to disappear shortly thereafter. And at the Crystal Pistol Music Hall, an actor named Joe was killed on the way to work in 1967. His ghost has been seen at the edge of the balcony watching performances, and witnesses have seen orbs and heard a man singing after the hall was closed for the night. Joe is also balmed for moving props from the stage out to the railroad tracks beside the building. The park’s railroad also is believed to be haunted. Apparitions dressed in 1800s clothing have been seen crossing the Lickskillet Railroad Bridge. They are believed to be actors in an early Six Flags show that depicted an 1800s train robbery.

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275 Riverside Pkwy SW
Austell, GA 30168
United States

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33.7702806, -84.55049070000001
Nearest Towns:
Mableton, GA (3.2 mi.)
Austell, GA (5.6 mi.)
Lithia Springs, GA (6.5 mi.)
Smyrna, GA (8.1 mi.)
Vinings, GA (8.2 mi.)
East Point, GA (8.9 mi.)
Atlanta, GA (9.4 mi.)
Powder Springs, GA (9.8 mi.)
College Park, GA (9.9 mi.)
Fair Oaks, GA (10.1 mi.)

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  1. I have been to six flags many many many times and have NEVER seen or experienced any weird things until i read this and i was just laughing at this dumb article like there is no way but i just recently went and there was a little girl that matches the description and she was just crying and staring at me someone walked in front of her then she disappeared, gone and i couldn’t find her anywhere i have never been so spooked and upset in my life, it was really life changing in a way.

  2. My Mom has told me stories of the “Horror Cave” and the “Castillo de Soto” attractions from the 70’s having an evil presence. Allegedly there were routine “cold spots” and a smell of decay routinely reported in the area. I haven’t been able to find any other reports, but it was so long ago. Of the adults that remember the Horror Cave, many recall it being creepier and more vulgar than your average spook house from that era.

  3. Ghost watcher  |  

    I remember the actors from the ‘great train robbery’ in 1975. Also, the rotten smell was right outside the haunted house ride and smelled like rotting trash. I thought ‘wow, somebody needs to take care of that,’ never knowing anything different until now.

  4. When I was here, I saw a woman by the far side bathrooms. She was tall, looked native american, had long hair, and wore a beige dress. But when I looked back she was gone.

  5. Kenneth R White  |  

    I worked security out there back in the late 90’s. There are too many experiences to share here. Two of the better ones: I was sitting with some guests in the front mall waiting for their ride at 2 a.m., and we heard a little girl scream from inside the park. The only people there that time of night were my security officers, warehouse workers, and the cleanup crew. NO LITTLE GIRLS at the time of the morning. Number two: While sweeping the park at close we stopped to check the bathrooms at Martha’s Ville train station and a little girl screamed that she was in the women’s RR. I called for a female officer to go in and check on her, but there was nobody in the RR. That was witnessed by several officers.

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