Funeral Items For Auction

Items used during Elvis Presley's funeral are going under the hammer. Presley's father Vernon personally asked gospel singer J.D. Sumner to organise the funeral, and he compiled a handwritten list of songs and speakers for the event. The list, as well as a personalised Bible given to him by Reverend Rex Humbard, who officiated at the funeral, are going up for sale through U.S. memorabilia company Moments in Time. Both the notes and Bible are on sale together for $95,000.

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Jul 14, 2014 
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snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 17, 2014report abuse
It reminds me of Hopkinn's, Final years, "hack a piece of Presley flesh". When Tom Waits visited Graceland, his child said, what they gonna do next, sell his teeth. Oh, that's already been done. A great man once said, "not much is really sacred", I hope they keep the rose she saved inside. I'd like to randomly open Elvis' bible, see what it says.
Lou A (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 15, 2014report abuse
You have to wonder about something like this . Who had the bible at this stage of the game? I guess we know why it's up for auction.

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