Elvis Presley: Crypt goes for auction
All-time legend Elvis Presley's crypt has been put up for auction, it has been reported.
A Beverly Hills auctioneer, Darren Julien, has opened up the late star's tomb to bids from fans.
This tomb, located at the Forest Hill Cemetery in Memphis, Tennessee, is set to be auctioned off on June 23 as part of a 'Music Icons' collection.
Presley was laid to rest in the tomb for two months after his death in 1977, until his remains were moved to his Graceland home.
A winning bidder will gain ownership of the crypt, a memorialisation inscription, opening and closing of the vault for burial, and use of the chapel for committal service, according to TMZ.
In the past, Julien's Auctions has sold Michael Jackson's famous 'Thriller' jacket, as well as a jacket worn by John Lennon.