A Missouri developer has bought 590 acres of land on the site of a failed theme park called Camelot in order to built a Christian-themed residential community centered around Jim Bakker’s new broadcast studio. The proposed community would be called Morningside at Blue Eye (named for a nearby town), and will offer “an environment conducive to Bible study and counseling,” as well as promised seminars, workshops, more Bible study and restoration with Bakker himself.