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May 30, 2012

STAY CLASSY, CELEBRITY AUCTIONEER DARREN JULIEN

Celebrity auctioneer Darren Julien is selling Elvis Presley's original crypt to the highest bidder as part of his "Music Icons" auction next month.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)

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I'd die to hear the complete Beatles perform again.
Elvis? Not so much.

Elvis was a little before my time but I would love to hear him sing "Love Me Tender","Crying In The Chapel",and "How Great Thou Art". My mom was a big fan and played his records a lot. I took her and my dad to Graceland one year as a combination Mother's Day/Father's Day present. As for the crypt, I'm waiting for one next to Sean Connery. Hopefully we'll both still be alive and he'll be wearing a kilt.

Compared to a parking garage in Manhattan, it could be a great deal. It looks like it doesn't have in and out privileges, though.

When Elvis was decrypted, were they crying in the chapel?

Don't be cruel with your suspicious minds. I'm sure he's all shook up about it.

Why don't they just use it as a museum piece. Doesn't seem right selling it unless they need the funds from it for something in particular.

I wonder if one could sublet a crypt in Tennessee.

"For the low price of $199.99 per day, you can have your casket placed where the King rested."

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