Where is Ebeneezer the allosaur now?

In February one of our writers, Jasmine DeFreitas, wrote about a local teacher Dana and his wife, Brenda and their family. One of the pieces in their amazing story was an allosaur skull which lead to a full excavation of the dinosaur.

On May 21, 2014 Ebenezer was unveiled at the Creation Museum (formerly known as Answers in Genesis)  in Peterburg, Kentucky. 

Photo courtesy of a media kit from the Creation Museum and their publicist partner, alarryross.com

Photo courtesy of a media kit from the Creation Museum and their publicist partner, alarryross.com

Allosaurs, sometimes confused with a T. rex, were large theropod dinosaurs. This allosaur, named Ebenezer, is exceptional not only for its almost-complete three-foot-long skull (including 53 teeth) but because its bones, rather than mixed and scattered, were found together (with many in their articulated position).
— Quote from the Article: $1 Million Dinosaur to go on display at Creation Museum

If you want to read the full article, and find out more about Ebenezer click here.