Elvis is Alive Museum is Not Dead

Elvis is Alive Museum avoided certain death when Andy Key bought its entire collection on eBay for $8,000:

With an $8,000 eBay bid, Key won the Elvis is Alive Museum's collection and plans to move the museum from its current site in Wright City, Mo., to Mississippi, where Key lives and Presley was born.

"If (Elvis) wants to come to the opening, he can certainly come back," he said.

Included in the collection are photographs, books, FBI files, DNA reports and other memorabilia that aim to support the theory that Presley never died.

Bill Beeny, 81, who founded the museum's collection, said he sold the collection hoping its new owner would continue his work.

http://www.boston.com/news/odd/articles/2007/11/13/elvis_is_alive_museum_to_move_to_miss/ | Elvis is Alive Museum website (Image: Jeff Roberson/AP)

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This is sad and exciting at the same time. I went to the Elvis is Alive museum several times when it was in Wright City, it was the best roadside attraction ever, and home of the best fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches anywhere. I'm glad it's open for more people to see, but I can't help but imagine it's lost alot of it's charm (as well as being alot further than 2 hours from my house).
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