Halfway between where Elvis was born (Tupelo, Mississippi) and where Elvis died (Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee) is Holly Springs, Mississippi. It doesn’t look like much, but it’s home to one of the biggest tourist attractions in the area. It’s open 24 hours a day, and it’s called Graceland Too. It’s also the home of the Elvis-obsessed Paul MacLeod, whose home holds more Elvis paraphernalia than you could shake a hip at!
For the low cost of $5, you can stop by any time and visit Paul and his home full of Elvis. He’s got 185,000 square feet of Graceland carpet, 25,000 Elvis CDs, 25,000 Elvis Records, 31,000 video tapes, 43,000 recordings, and piles upon piles of newspapers, magazines, and photocopied Elvis clippings. He claims to have received over 386,000 visitors since he opened his home/museum to visitors in the 1980’s. I wonder how much he’d pay for a hunk of Elvis hair?