Discussion in 'Other Orlando & Central Florida Tourist Spots' started by CaptainSantos, Jul 23, 2016.
But Universal is not claiming financial problems like Holy Land.
Well that was my point, I didn't see anywhere where it said they were claiming financial problems. The article stated they had some in 2014. It seems like they are just drawing conclusions. I think it's a good educated guess, but I didn't see anyone point to anything factual.
The park owner Jan Crouch just died and she had a lot of debt.
From what I understand, when it opened it was nicely themed and decent. However over the years it turned into something that's still nicely themed here and there...but with a whole lot of additions that made it right at home with any tourist trap. This trip report from a couple years ago shows it pretty accurately.
Erik & Smisty's Florida Oddventures - Page 114 - Theme Park Review
The apparently had over a million dollars in losses according to the taxes filed. Also, it looked from the crap being auctioned like it was a lot of donated stuff. Holy Land Experience to unload furniture, statues amid financial turmoil - Orlando Sentinel
Or a Planned Parenthood.
You the real MVP
"You can get the condoms over by the water show."
So, is this park now closed?
Nope, still open, just on life support. Time for a telethon on their network to save it. I still remember Jim & Tammy Faye Baker begging for money for their park...
What is going on with her face?
I had almost forgot about those two fake & phony con artists.
Hundreds of face lifts financed by fooled poor people's contributions.
What are you talking about? Tammy Faye was a beauty...
Nope, The Beast.
I would rather look at a Hieronymus Bosch painting for the rest of my days.
That can be arranged. Mad Dog, get the duct tape and the toothpicks...
Rumor is that is what Teebin really looks like. Picture courtesy of Universal Creative.
Yeah, you had better run MD. What a horrid accusation!
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