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September 13, 2005 - Devin Olson

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Yes, no one likes to hear the kind of news that we all heard yesterday. It just makes you step back and take a look at your homepark and appreciate all that it is to you, and know that with time comes change.

While Six Flags has decided to close their Houston-based park AstroWorld, one of three Texas parks, due to finances, the new editorial "Six Flags AstroWorld: Rest in Peace" examines the current situation and what may come of it.

If Six Flags distributes the AstroWorld rides to other parks, which ones will be the most likely to see them? And what ultimately led to the downfall of one of the oldest Six Flags parks in operation?

After thirty-seven years, the end has come. We bid you farewell, Six Flags AstroWorld.

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