(WICHITA, Kan.) — The last remaining items of a now defuct theme park are sold off.
A 100-foot tall neon sign, more than 30 buildings, and hundreds of trees were just a few of the items once belonging to Wild West World.
The theme park opened in 2007, but went bankrupt within three months. It's founder, Thomas Etheredge was convicted earlier this year for defrauding investors. He was sentenced to five years in prison.
The new owners of the park decided to auction off the contents before building something new. Most of the buildings sold for five and ten thousand dollars. The Wild West World sign went for $8,500.