What televangelist Jim Bakker's Heritage USA theme park looks like today

"20/20" Extra: Inside the former home of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker's Christian theme park and ministry in Fort Mill, S.C.
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Income from satellite. Allowed baker launched its third place in the nation towards creating a Christian this new. On the border. South. What became shared interests that. Reverend baker unveiled on drawings and blueprints for his newest project heritage grand hotel and grant streets. Baker had always been fascinated by Walt Disney he sat back and said. Why can't we have a Christian version. Disneyland. Baker says he doesn't mind the label Christian Disney World as a description of his plans. To create a place where PTL members and vacation when inspiration initially PTL bought 12100 acres they later added additional acreage for a total of about 2300 acres. Had a big hotel. Little shops a big water park elementary and high schools condominiums a hotel shopping areas and more. We will trying to build. The best. Thing pork. For families. In this country. We had more than Mickey Mouse should. We had salvage. A tax. Break. Sierra expect judge to launch a full offer anything to you all right so we're gonna take it from the world Fo. Repurchase. Former. PTL property. And we have about 45. Or fifty acres of what was. Over 2008. And the building you see. Here is what was known as the grand hotel. These are some of the original. PTL buildings. They would have been used for partners that would have come from around the world nearly could've stayed at night we. There was so much to do. And so we preserved as many as. The vast majority of all the structures of PPL O are gone. Of the larger ones are still in place we've been able to save them. 21 story tower was being bills. During the heyday of PTL. And then construction. Came to a halt. Amid you know accusation. And all of the thing that happened with Jim and Tammy at the time. Literally inside there were people's lunch boxes. I mean it to stop. Two. My left over here if this was actually the entrance to the water park. And were those town homes are now it was actually the water park. PPO. This was the entrance way where you bought your tickets so to speak. And got into the theme park. And tram would stop and pick queue up and then you would take the tram all over the 2000 acre parcel. This was really a focal point of peace deal Jim told me personally that he really wanted someone to pray with them about something it PTL. And he had this huge campus and he went everywhere he couldn't find anything that was all but it was late at night. So he cleared off Scott core yards in side it's got a little prayer chapel it even had. Kind of prayer brothels where you could comment and spend. A day just in solitude crane. Out of all the people that come to PTL they remember the upper rule.

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