Neverland Ranch: Moving to Las Vegas?

Las Vegas may be getting its scariest thrill ride yet soon.

E! Online reports that plans are underway to move Michael Jackson’s former home, Neverland Ranch, from Santa Barbara, California, to Las Vegas so that it can become Sin City’s newest tourist attraction.

Investment firm Colony Capital—which saved the property from the auction block last year—is said to be negotiating with the Jackson estate to uproot the entire property and relocate it, adding a museum, theater, and a burial plot where fans could pay their respects to the fallen King of Pop.

“The idea is to take physically everything that’s not part of the dirt and reassemble it in Las Vegas,” a source reveals.

Though the Jackson estate is said to be “seriously considering” giving the go-ahead to the project, a rep for the Jackson family commented, “Since it’s hypothetical and our firm represents [Katherine Jackson], we can not answer.”

Let us know in the comments section: Is this a good idea, and would you visit Neverland if it was relocated to Las Vegas?