Pretty much everyone loves theme parks.
But dark things happen ~
An American tradition, from a Danish inspiration. Walt Disney completed the picture in 1955. Creating a special place where young and old imaginations run wild - An American Theme Park.
Kinder-un Haus Marchen, 'A Place Where Fairy Tales Come True', is a theme park from yesteryear. A park created before Walt's twinkle in his eye. Nestled in the German Black Forest this aging park created by Herr Gossler needed a sprucing up. Two design firms were hired – they disappeared.
The Brothers Grimm amusing tales were the tinder that Disney used to build his vision. The Brothers Grimm other stories were the bridge that Herr Gossler used to cross into Hades and create his twisted version. Tales of murder, sexual and physical abuse, infanticide, genocide and incest told a different story.
Franklin Thompson finds himself caught in the crossfire as he searches for his estranged and now vanished brother. Fleeing the authorities, he immerses himself into a decade's old mystery.
Brigette Monchau leads her group of designers with dreams of making a financial killing, but finds that she is dead right. This is not a horror story in the cerebral way of thinking scary, this is a tale – a fairy tale, that takes you on a spine-chilling white-knuckled ride into Hell.
Pretty much everyone loves theme parks – but, oh there are a few that do not and they should count their blessings.
Fairy tales live on in Kinder-un Haus Marchen.