For a decade, Alaska Presley has been a standard in local news, trying to bring new life to the defunct Ghost Town in the Sky. Unable to overcome the park’s disrepair in spite of the millions she invested, she has now executed a purchase agreement with the newly-formed Ghost Town Adventures. The new company is led by chair and CEO Lamar Berry, who is founder and CEO of International Marketing Systems, whose clients include Disney and Warner Brothers. He is partnering with Spencer and Valerie Oberle, both former high-profile resort executives. Berry says he was convinced on his first visit by the breathtaking views and current demand for adventure attractions. He plans to revive the Western shootout re-enactment, open the church on-premises for location weddings, do something with the old roller coaster, and definitely repair the skylift that takes patrons on a 3,500-foot vertical ascent to the village on top of Buck Mountain. It will take millions of dollars to fix the 250-acre park, and Berry is currently cobbling together investors. He plans to start earning money by running a preview season, with buses taking families on a sightseeing tour of the renovations as they’re underway.