Princess Diana's death is being made into a theme park attraction

An organizer insisted that it wasn't "in poor taste."


Entertainment Desk May 26, 2019
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It looks like a company is attempting to cash in on the headline-making death of Princess Diana over 20 years after the tragedy.

National Enquirer, which recently made news for paying hush money to aid US president Donald Trump's election, is opening a tourist attraction in Tennesse that will feature a theme dedicated to the loved royals' death.

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“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.

He continues to explain the Princess Diana exhibit, “It’s projected, and you see the buildings and everything in a 3-D presentation. And 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.”

In defense of the exhibition, Turner said the "it's definitely not in poor taste" because "there's no blood."

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This argument will be hard to defend though, as there is also an invitation for guests to theorize about the circumstances surrounding Princess Diana's death after her car was involved in a deadly collision while chasing off paparazzi.

“We ask questions like ‘Do you think the royals were involved?’ ‘Do you think she was pregnant?’ All we do is ask questions on: what’s your opinion?,” Turner said.

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The matter just gets worse when the manager was asked if he thought Prince Harry and Prince William, Diana's sons, would be offended.  He replied, "I hope not.  But that's hard to say.  I know they're very sensitive."

Well, we suppose sensitivity is normal considering the timely death of their mother.

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