WILLIAMSTOWN, KY - In what is being called a stunning miracle, apologist Ken Ham's controversial $100 million replica of Noah's Ark was reportedly taken into heaven in the sight of attendees Thursday.
Witnesses claim they heard a voice from the heavens booming, "This is my beloved ark, in which I am well pleased," before a loud rumbling begin to reverberate all around the attraction. Then, onlookers watched in amazement as the clouds parted and the great wooden ship began ascending toward the skies.
Sources state that within several minutes, the ark had disappeared into the clouds, having been taken into the presence of the Almighty.
"The ark was, and then it was not, for God took it," Ham proclaimed to those gathered, his hands extended to the heavens and a look of serenity on his face.
Ham stated to reporters his next project will be called "40 Years In The Wilderness" and will let park visitors participate in an exciting adventure hike as staffers drop them in the middle of Saudi Arabia with no food or other supplies.