Creationists Are Using a Legal Loophole to Avoid Paying Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Taxes on Their Failing Theme Park

Creationists Sell Christian Theme Park To Themselves To Avoid $700,000 In Taxes

The group that owns the theme park Ark Encounters have sold the park to their nonprofit affiliates for 10 dollars to avoid paying taxes, according to a report Monday by the Lexington Herald-Leader. The Christian theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky is owned by creationist Ken Ham and features a life-sized recreation of Noah's Ark. Ark Encounter…


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