The National Enquirer Live! Theme Park Opened a Princess Diana’s Death Attraction

PHOTO: National Enquirer

By J Harvey | 25 May 2019

DLISTED — It seemed like Whitney Houston had the title of “Most Disrespected Dead Celebrity” on lock this week when plans to put her digital image on tour were revealed almost simultaneously with the revelation that Kanye West was making Pusha T use that infamous pic of Whitney’s druggy bathroom as an album cover. Well, The National Enquirer Live! Theme Park clocked this, said “hold my beer,” and announced that they’re opening an attraction based on Princess Diana’s untimely death. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor just turned around and tried to climb back up in Duchess Meghan in disgust at this tacky-ass world.

The Daily Beast reports that National Enquirer Live! is an actual place just a few miles from Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It opened yesterday. There’s a Michael Jackson Dangling Baby attraction and a recreation of Nicole Brown Simpson’s murder scene:

And there’s also a Princess Diana exhibit is a computerized model tracing Diana’s death in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. A representative of the park was able to fix his face to try and explain how this isn’t the modern definition of “never is too soon.”

“It’s a 3-D computer model, and you’re looking down on what looks just like Paris, but it’s three-dimensional,” amusements impresario Robin Turner told The Daily Beast about the Princess Diana exhibit, an attention-getting aspect of the attraction that opens to the public on Friday at noon.

Robin Turner went on to explain that the exhibit traces the path Diana’s car took trying to evade the paparazzi and also includes “the bang-flash that we think blinded the driver — and how it happened.” If there’s a Jesus, he’s weeping. […]

1 Comment on The National Enquirer Live! Theme Park Opened a Princess Diana’s Death Attraction

  1. Lady Diana, as she was formally known after being stripped of her Princess title, post decree nisi, was murdered on the centenary of the Basel Declaration …

    Diana Spencer, rumoured to be the illegitimate child of James Goldsmith and Frances Shand-Kydd, nee Frances Ruth Roche, a Rothschild …

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