Ready to be auctioned off next month is the doorway to a private tomb that one time held Elvis Presley’s body.
The vault earlier held the bodies of the rock ‘n’ roll star and his mother, Gladys, for approximately two months in 1977 before Elvis’ body was buried at Graceland.
This will be auctioned in Julien’s Auctions. Darren Julien, President of Julien’s Auctions, told the news during an interview with the New York Times. He said: “I just consider that if you’re an ultimate fan of Elvis Presley, it’s an opportunity,”
He also stated: “It’s definitely a conversation piece. Only one person can say, ‘Hey, I’m going to be buried where Elvis Presley was.”
Julien’s Auctions is organizing the pop music memorabilia auction, which will also incorporate a gown worn by Amy Winehouse, in the crypt of the Forest Hill Cemetery in Memphis June 23 and 24.
The set will go on auction for a starting price of $100,000, and will include the opening and closing of the vault and tomb for burial, a monumental inscription and the use of the chapel for a funeral service.
Now you have an opportunity to exit from the same way out which the King of rock ‘n roll used once.