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The Field Guide to Elvis Shrines
by Bill Yenne
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0867195916, Paperback)He used to be King, but now he's more like God--at least to the legions of devout and devoted who wish to visit and revel in the vibes of every site that's even remotely related to Elvis. From Graceland and Sun Studios, where he lived and worked, to Sierra Sid's Union 76 truck stop in Sparks, Nevada, which preserves Elvis's guns, jewelry, and 104 of his gold records, Yenne guides the faithful to a variety of Elvis shrines. It's all here, including Tupelo, Mississippi, and the Deep South; Memphis, Tennessee, and Texas; plus the North, the West, Hawaii, and even Elvis's home in Bad Nauheim, Germany; the Hotel Prince de Galles, where Elvis stayed in Paris; and the Hound Dog Hole, a cafe in the U.S. Embassy in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where his personal German kitchen was sent after the Friedberg army unit was demobilized in 1994. Yenne's comprehensive research will satisfy the most faithful Elvis apostles. --Stephanie Gold
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