The death of Princess Diana is a draw in the new National Enquirer Live! theme park



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Who needs Disneyland? Star Wars: Edge of the Galaxy when you have this new theme park offering: a recreation of the fatal car accident of 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales.

No, we're not joking.

The attraction can be found in the new National Enquirer Live! when the park opens Friday. It is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA, a few miles from the Dollywood of Dolly Parton.

Among other story-related exhibits that the tabloid has covered over the years, visitors can look at a 3D model of computer-generated Paris, with Diana's car path shown by animation, according to the Daily Beast.

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A 3D projection at a theme park will show the route that Diana's car took in Paris before her fatal accident.

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A 3D projection at a theme park will show the route that Diana's car took in Paris before her fatal accident.

"It's designed and you see the buildings and everything in a 3-D presentation," said Robin Turner, entertainment entrepreneur.

"And it shows the way when she left the Ritz hotel, and the paparazzi chased her, and the bang flash we found blinded the driver – and how it happened.

There is no blood or Mercedes Benz destroyed by the accident that killed Diana and Dodi Fayed, Turner told The Daily Beast. Instead, he said, the exhibition was tasteful and sensibly treated, with only computer animation at work.

And for less than $ 25 per adult, visitors can judge for themselves – and also be questioned about what they think was the cause of his death.

"This is done positively," Turner said.

A theme park representative did not immediately respond to the Los Angeles Times' request for comment on Thursday.

According to the park's limited website, guests of the National Enquirer Live! can walk the red carpet and explore the "crimes of the century". No detail is provided.

– Los Angeles Times

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