Elvis Museum Goes on eBay

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If you're looking for a new career, consider this opportunity for museum work. Bill Beeny is 81 years old. So he says it's time to turn over the Elvis Is Alive Museum to somebody else. He's put it up for auction on e-Bay. Beeny has photographs, books, and FBI files. He even has a taped phone message that's supposedly Elvis, six years after his reported death. Mr. Beeny is convinced the star went into the witness protection program.



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