"Reports surfaced today of a vast, secular outdoor complex in the works at Kentucky's controversial Creation Museum. The network of 20 zip lines and 10 sky bridges opens June 20, and is set to be the largest of its kind in the Midwest. The hope is to attract “people who might not be interested in the [museum] but...have zip lines on their bucket lists,” the museum's vice president Mike Zovath told an ABC affiliate.Now how would that attract people when all they'll do is make people be completely turned off by what the so-called museum advocates -- hate, lies, fairy tales, propaganda, the whole 9 yards, anything to desperately increase their horde of cash they've already have too much of. Believe me adding zip lines and sky bridges would render the idiot crackhouse into more of a 3 ringed circus than a "museum" struggling to raise money.
The museum aims to tell the story of creation according to biblical scripture rather than evolutionary or other scientific theory. When it opened in 2007, it drew upwards of 400,000 visitors in a year, around twice its expected yield. But for the past four years, fewer and fewer people have headed to Petersburg, Ky to sit on dinosaur models and watch Adam and Eve canoodle, culminating in a record 10 percent drop in attendance last year. Visitors will be able to choose whether to see the museum, the outdoor complex, or both. Ticket options include a $79 opening special for the whole course, and a $99 package that adds in two days at the museum, Zovath wrote.