If you’ve ever wanted to find yourself in the pages of one of the magazines you always see while in the checkout line at the grocery store, you can get as close as you’re likely ever to get in Branson starting this summer.
The National Enquirer announced they will be opening an interactive “National Enquirer Live” attraction in the location of the former Starlite Theater on the Branson strip.
According to a press release, National Enquirer Live will bring some of the publication’s most controversial stories to life because “enquiring minds want to know.”
“While print publications across the country are downsizing, the National Enquirer brand is as strong as ever,” Robin Turner, a partner in FrontPage Attractions, stated in a press release. “People have shown that for nearly 100 years, they just can’t get enough of the storytelling in the National Enquirer — they know what their readers want — and we’re excited to take those stories off the page and bring them to life.”
Some of the stories that visitors could see are the JFK conspiracy, the British Royal Family, Elvis and the lives of Hollywood celebrities.
The entertainment center will open shortly after the opening of a Pigeon Forge, Tennessee location this May.