A new theme park in Tennessee has turned Princess Diana 's last moments before her death into a tasteless attraction.
The National Inquirer Live! is about to open its doors on Friday at noon and will contain the August 31, 1997 car accident that claimed the life of Princess Diana.
It is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, just a few miles from Dolly Parton & # 39; s Dollywood.
According to entertainment impresario Robin Turner, the Princess Diana attraction is a & # 39; 3-D computer model and looks down on what looks like Paris, but it is three-dimensional & # 39 ;.
The National Inquirer Live! in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Princess has turned Diana & # 39; s last moments before her death into a tasteless appeal
According to entertainment impresario Robin Turner, the Princess Diana attraction is a & # 39; 3-D computer model & # 39; that & # 39; shows the path when she left the Ritz hotel, and the paparazzi running after her, and the blazing flash that we think he blinded the driver – and how it happened & # 39;
Turner told The Daily Beast: & # 39; It is projected and you see the buildings and everything in a 3D presentation.
& # 39; And it shows the path when she left the Ritz hotel, and the paparazzi following her, and the blazing flash that we think blinded the driver – and how it happened. & # 39;
Turner claims that the attraction has been compiled in a tasteful way with only computer animation at work.
& # 39; It has been done in a positive way, & # 39; Turner added.
But viewers can decide that, and they get the option to do this for $ 26.99.
After the attraction, viewers will also be invited to debunk conspiracy theories about the death of Princess Diana, including that she may have been pregnant with her Egyptian friend, Dodi Fayed, who also died in the crash.
The Princess Diana exhibition is one of about 100 in the 20,000 square meter space in the amusement park.
Turner told the Daily Beast that there will also be an exhibition with the 1977 Enquirer photo of the corpse of Elvis Presley in his open chest.
When Turner was asked whether or not he believed Prince William and his brother Prince Harry would be offended if they came, he said, "I hope not."
& # 39; But that's hard to say. I know they are very sensitive. With everything outside, I think they had to do – you know, there's nothing new that's being presented. & # 39;
According to the website of the park, guests of the amusement park can walk on the red carpet and the & # 39; crimes of the century & # 39; to discover.
There is also a National Enquirer Live! coming to Branson, Missouri, in June.
Princess Diana died on August 31, 1997 in a horrific car accident that also cost the life of her then-Egyptian friend, Dodi Fayed
The coffin of Diana, princess of Wales, is taken to Westminster abbey in September 1997, while hundreds of thousands of mourners stood in the streets of central London to view the funeral procession
When Turner was asked if he believed that Prince William (second from the left in 1997) and his brother Prince Harry (second from the right) would be offended if they came, he said: & I hope not. But that is hard to say. I know they are very sensitive & # 39;
The website offers no other details.
Turner estimates that the attraction will attract 450,000 paying customers in the first year.
Last month it was reported that the National Enquirer was being sold for $ 100 million after accusations that the tabloid press bought and buried harmful stories about now – President Donald Trump prior to the 2016 elections, and a more recent allegation of Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, about an extortion attempt.
The gossip magazine, under the supervision of Trump confidant David Pecker, is sold by American Media Inc. to James Cohen, the former head of Hudson News, the airport kiosk company.
In an agreement reached with prosecutors last December, American Media admitted that they had paid former Playboy model Karen McDougal $ 150,000 to suppress the woman's story & # 39; prior to the 2016 elections.
The news about the sale of the National Enquirer came two months after Bezos publicly accused them of blackmailing him by threatening to publish explicit photos of him.
An American media lawyer denied the charge, but he threatened potentially large legal costs by easing the non-prosecuting American Media agreement in the hush money case.
At the time, federal prosecutors checked whether the publisher violated the terms of the deal, including the promise not to break any laws in the future.
Last month it was reported that the National Enquirer (file image) was sold for $ 100 million after accusations that the tabloid press bought damaging stories about now and buried – President Donald Trump for the 2016 elections
President Donald Trump & # 39; s (pictured on Thursday), the old confidant David Pecker (right) had been in charge of the National Enquirer
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan agreed last year not to prosecute American Media in exchange for the company's cooperation in a campaign financing investigation.
That probe eventually led to a three-year prison sentence for Trumps former personal lawyer Michael Cohen for campaign violations and other charges.
The Washington Post reported that the decision to sell the gossip was prompted by hedge fund manager Anthony Melchiorre – whose firm controls American Media – who was disappointed in the Enquirer's reporting style.
Financial terms were not immediately disclosed for the deal, including two other US media tabloids, the Globe and the national examiner.
American Media said in April that it wanted to leave the tabloid business to focus on its other activities, including its teenage brand and broadcast platforms.
Under Pecker's reign, the gossip magazine has for years buried embarrassing stories about Trump and other favorite celebrities by buying the rights for them and never publishing them in a practice that catches and kills & # 39; is called.
The Associated Press reported last year that Pecker kept a safe in the Enquirer's office that contained documents about buried stories, including those related to Trump.
Whether James Cohen has any loyalty to Trump is not clear. Although he was a registered republican until 2017, according to Nexis reports, he has given to both Republicans and Democrats.
That included $ 17,300 in 2016 to an arm of the Democratic National Committee and $ 2,500 to the Republican National Committee in 2012.
It has financed several recent acquisitions with borrowed money and is struggling with a heavy debt burden.
American Media said the sale would help reduce the amount needed to repay, leaving it with $ 355 million in debt.
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