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Graceland Too auctions estate, Elvis memorabilia

Paul McLeod opened Graceland Too to the public for 25 years.  (Photo Source: WMC Action News 5) Paul McLeod opened Graceland Too to the public for 25 years. (Photo Source: WMC Action News 5)
HOLLY SPRINGS, MS (WMC) - Graceland Too, the Elvis Presley-themed attraction in Holly Springs, Mississippi, is up for auction later this week.

Paul MacLeod, who owned and lived in the eclectic museum, passed away in July 2014.

Before then, MacLeod opened his home to the public for nearly 25 years, displaying his Elvis memorabilia.

Graceland Too, in partnership with Spur K Auctions, will auction Graceland Too's real estate, cars, Elvis memorabilia, and MacLeod's original artwork. Even MacLeod's famous pink Cadillac will be up for grabs.

The auction will begin with a preview day on Friday between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., but the bidding will begin on Saturday starting at 10 a.m.

Online bids will be accepted here.

For more information, please contact Greg Kinard of Spur K Auctions at 601-917-5408 or visit the Spur K Auctions website to see photos of items in the auction.

Click here to get the full list of Elvis Presley albums included in the auction.

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