A Divorce At Audubon Drive

Mike Freeman and Cindy Hazen, the owners of Elvis' former home at 1034 Audobon Drive in Memphis are going to divorce. The State Review Board approved the nomination to the National Register of Historic Places just last week and now it moves on — just as Graceland did in 1991 — for approval at the national level. Mike Freeman confirmed the sad news and informed us that he and Cindy will discontinue tours of Audubon Drive until further notice. But Mike will continue to do driving tours of Memphis and Tupelo. He also stated "I don't know what the future will hold either for us or for our ownership of this house. It seems likely though that we will sell it next Spring."
Source: Mike Freeman / Updated: Sep 30, 2005 
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Crawfish (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 9, 2005report abuse
Mike, I hope you got my e-mail. So very sorry to hear of you and Cindy's situation. We will see you next year when hopefully things are a little brighter for the two of you. We have had some great times with the two of you and hope to continue in future years. Speak soon, keep it friendly! C&C in England.
cathyreno (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 4, 2005report abuse
just when things are looking up for them I'm truly sorry I hope they find a way to keep Audobon Drive, if they sell another piece of elvis history bites the dust
PresleysBaby (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 1, 2005report abuse
I am truly saddened by this news. I had the pleasure of touring the house on Audubon a few years ago, and spending some time with Mike and Cindy. It's a shame this is happening to such nice people. I will certainly keep both of them in my prayers as they go through this difficult time in their lives.
buyep01 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 1, 2005report abuse
Well Mike I just had my divorced finalized I racked up about $5,000 in attorneys fee's and I still have to pay her Child support, of course she got custody, The House, and I got to keep all of the back taxes that were owed I sure am glad I hired an attorney. I thought it was because she wasn't an Elvis fan, but I guess even 2 fans can only stand each other for so long. Well at least I kept my Elvis Collection. Really I am sorry to hear about it, a sad thing.
Viva (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2005report abuse
Now that's a shame. Mike and Cindy are both really good people, hope you guys keep it friendly, try not to listen to the lawyers too much - they'll have you in court for months arguing over who owns the door mat.

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