Six Flags Coming to Hernando County??? One Home Seller Says Yes
SPRING HILL – The long-time “Six Flags over Spring Hill” myth has once again grown legs and crawled into the minds of local residents, and one home seller is using the folklore to attract potential buyers.
RNRF received several tips from people in the market to purchase a home, after they came across an interesting ad on zillow.com for a 4-bedroom home on Oneida Street. The homeowner posts in the ad that a Six Flags theme park is planning to build along Cortez Blvd, which raised the hopes of potential buyers.
We contacted the phone number listed on the ad and spoke with a man who claimed to be the homeowner. The owner declined to provide his identity, due to being former law enforcement, which we confirmed through the property appraiser’s website. We explained to the owner that rumors of Six Flags coming to Hernando County were just that… Rumors. But he disagreed and said, “They were planning to build in front of Weeki Wachee Springs but because of sink hole issues they abandoned that plan.” He went on to say, “They are planning to build near the Boy Scout Ranch on Cortez Blvd and I have sources that can prove that Six Flags owns the property.” He would not provide those sources to RNRF.We contacted County Officials who confirmed that there are no plans to build a Six Flags theme park anywhere in Hernando County and that no land has been purchased by the company. The spokesperson reiterated that it has been a rumor for a long time and is and never has been true.
Six Flags is NOT coming to Hernando County…
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