By our entertainment editors
Nov 29, 2023 at 8:27 AM Update: 7 minutes ago
The gravestone of British singer Kate Bush will not return to Danse Macabre, the new haunted area of the Efteling amusement park. A spokesperson for Efteling announced this on Wednesday.
The new area will open its doors in the autumn of 2024. It will be built on the site of the old Spookslot. Bush’s gravestone was part of that old attraction.
“It has been given a nice place in the heritage archive of our park,” says the spokesperson.
The singer’s gravestone was on display in the amusement park for more than forty years. The stone stood in the garden of the attraction because the singer recorded a number of clips in the park in 1978.
Dozens of Bush fans came to the amusement park last year to ask if they could have the stone.
The new theme area will be 17,000 square meters. In Danse Macabre all kinds of other elements from the old Haunted Castle return.
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