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While in Mississippi, you might enjoy a visit to:
Long live the King! One man's tribute and theories, moved to MS after Bill Beeny sold it. New facility included gift shop and Elvis's Grill restaurant. Closed, collection put in storage in 2008.
Seven feet tall, displayed outdoors in a little gazebo, it can hold 1,500 gallons of water. Assumed the "World's Largest" title when an even larger cedar bucket in Tennessee was mysteriously consumed by flames.
And also the humble setting where many of her childhood traumas took place.
Tigers, wildcats, snapping turtles. Evidently not for those afraid of animals that bite.
Rodney was cursed by a fickle Mississippi River, a fire, and a railroad that went somewhere else.
Since 1915 the Rose Hill Cemetery has been the burial site for the Gypsy Royal Family.
Visit the tiny two-room shotgun shack that sheltered the baby King -- then walk next door to his slick new museum.
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