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2007 - Graceland, Memphis - page 6

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Fred in front of the corral
Fred in front of the corral

Jean in front of the corral
Jean in front of the corral

In 1975, Elvis purchased his first plane that he named after this daughter, "Lisa Marie." It originally seated 96, but after his customizations, it sat 28, although there were generally only about 10 people aboard. The inside of the plane looks like an apartment with a seating area, a conference room, and a privage bedroom with space for a inflight reading library.
The bedroom is customized with plush sleeping quarters; a custom-made queen-sized bed; an executive bathroom with gold fixtures and wash basin; a video tape system linked to 4 TVs; a stereo system with 52 speakers; and a conference room finished in teak wood.
On the tail of the plane is painted his motto TCB, which stands for Taking Care of Business, along with a lightning bolt.

Elvis's Plane, Lisa Marie
Elvis's Plane, Lisa Marie

Graceland Mansion Estates
In the mid 1960's, Elvis created the created the Meditation Garden as a place place for quiet reflection. It is now the burial place for the Presley family.
Elvis passed away August 16, 1977, at the age of 42. He is buried in the Graceland Mansion Estates alongside his parents, Vernon and Gladys. Also buried in the small cemetery are Jessie Garon Presley, stillborn twin of Elvis; and Minnie Mae Presley, Elvis's paternal grandmother.
Photos are posted on the following page.


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