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Our Mystery Solver Solves the Mystery of Mr. Six

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So, the next time you're at Magic Mountain and that creepy old guy in a suit is dancing around or taking pictures with excited kids and old ladies, you can scream out to him, "Imposter! I know the truth!" LAist's own Paul Davidson, who has been known to solve a mystery or two here in the past, has uncovered the real story about the Six Flags mascot, Mr. Six. Many had often surmised that the dancing senior citizen (made famous in aol icons and bad myspace profiles all across the internet) was in fact a woman but the real man behind the mask is, in fact, a man.

Danny Teeson, you've been outed! Well, you were already out but, we mean, you know about this Mr. Six stuff, the truth is out there!