It’s the Halloween season again, and you’ve probably already worn that one thotty costume out for the season. But to finish October off with a bang, we wanted to spend it with someone who is all about the spookiness. We’ve talked to Franky about his passion for horror and Halloween in the past, so it was a no brainer to do something with him, and decided to hit Knott’s Scary Farm in California.
For those of you who don’t know, Knott’s Berry Farm is basically California’s Six Flags, and around this time of the year it turns into Knott’s Scary Farm with a ton of mazes, haunted houses, and other ~scary~ attractions – like a scene out of The Fun House. We rolled through with Eliane Castiglione, Chad Tim Tim, Levi Brown, and Aussie mates Jack O’Grady and Levi Jarvis.
Franky had his eyes set on the most intimidating coaster there, the Xcelerator which takes you from 0 – 82mph in 2.3 seconds leaving you and your stomach in disarray. We bitched out on it but got some footage of Franky and friends going for it.
All in all, we made out alive and nobody out of our group punched any of the workers who tried to scare us so we’ll call that a win.
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