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Six Flags SkyScreamer Goes Vertical

Six Flags Darien Lake, Darien Center, New York, has begun construction work on the park’s newest attraction, Six Flags SkyScreamer. By Funtime, it is in its final stages. At a staggering 242 feet (74 m) high, Six Flags SkyScreamer will be the tallest thrill ride in New York State. 

“As a shining beacon of Six Flags Darien Lake, this monstrous tower will serve as an iconic new landmark, calling out to thrill-seekers everywhere,” said Park President Chris Thorpe. “Soaring high among the clouds with majestic views of the park and surrounding countryside far below, guests will take to new, record-setting heights in New York State this season.” 

By night, Six Flags SkyScreamer’s bold, synchronized light package will light up the skies. It is a soaring 24 stories tall and will accommodate 32 riders, sitting two across in open-air swings. It will spin in a 98 foot (30 m) circle at 35 mph (56 kph). Six Flags SkyScreamer is scheduled to open by the middle of this month.

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