Elvis has left the building but his hair is still around. Next Monday, bidding begins on what's being called the largest collection of the King's hair clippings.
The Elvis locks were gathered by Homer "Gill" Gilleland, who was Presley's personal hair-stylist for more than 20 years. Five years ago, he gave the collection to close friend Tom Morgan Jr., who has decided to sell it. Morgan coordinated security for Elvis' funeral.
The clippings are accompanied by letters of authenticity from experts in hair collecting and Elvis memorabilia. Bidding will start at $10,000. The online auction will be on mastronet.com.