What do dinosaurs and The Civil War have in common? According to Dinosaur Kingdom II, a forgotten battle between the Union and Confederacy where the Union uses dinosaurs as weapons of mass destruction. One Twitter user shared his journey through the Virginia roadside attraction.
This past weekend, I went to a tourist attraction in Virginia depicting live dinosaurs being reanimated during the civil war and the Union’s attempts to use them as “weapons of mass destruction” against the South. Above all that, this is the wildest most improbable thing I saw. pic.twitter.com/xp1bZUvSRr— Brian Resnick (@B_resnick) June 4, 2018
Yes, a dinosaur being milked is more improbable than this depiction of Stonewall Jackson rising from the grave to fight off a Dino with a bionic arm. pic.twitter.com/68MPPpXLMj— Brian Resnick (@B_resnick) June 4, 2018
Or this depiction of a pterodactyl flying off with the Gettysburg address. pic.twitter.com/s6u4y8ffII— Brian Resnick (@B_resnick) June 4, 2018
Or whatever horrifying thing is happening here pic.twitter.com/4jGw2vzP8M— Brian Resnick (@B_resnick) June 4, 2018
very glad my most viral-tweet ever is about dino teats.— Brian Resnick (@B_resnick) June 4, 2018
In conclusion, have @SarahMMimms plan your friend group weekend outings.
I'll leave you with one more absolutely perplexing installation from the park. pic.twitter.com/I2EjkZEcoN
Mark Cline, the mastermind and artist behind Dinosaur Kingdom II, has also created other zany attractions, like Foamhenge: a life-size foam replica of Stonehenge.
What’s the craziest tourist attraction you’ve seen? Share in the comments!