Pigeon Forge, TN, United States (4E) – A theme park in Tennessee has opened a new attraction based on the tragic death of Princess Diana.
National Enquirer recently opened a theme park called National Enquirer Live! in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Among its attractions is the car crash that resulted in the death of Princess Diana, which will be recreated as a 3D experience.
Speaking to The Daily Beast, amusements manager Robin Turner described the attraction as projected on a screen where guests can see “the buildings and everything in a 3D presentation.”
“It shows the pathway as she left the Ritz hotel, and the paparazzi chasing her, and the bang-flash that we think blinded the driver—and how it happened,” Turner said, adding that the whole incident will be presented though computer animation.
He, added, however, that the recreation will not have any blood.
According to Cosmopolitan, the ride costs $25, which also includes a session wherein visitors will be polled about a number of conspiracy theories related to Princess Diana’s death such as whether they believe Diana was pregnant at the time of the crash or whether the royal family had any involvement in the accident.
Princes Diana’s car crash scene is the only controversial stop in the theme park. It also has replicas of Michael Jackson dangling his baby from a balcony of a hotel and OJ Simpson murdering his ex-wife.
While the attraction has raised concerns, with people on social media calling it a “sick” and “morbid” act, Turner assures visitors that “it’s definitely not in poor taste”.
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