New York, July 12 ANI | 1 month ago

Artifacts from the late star Elvis Presley's funeral in 1977 are reportedly going up for sale.


According to the New York Post, the items include a list of songs and speakers planned for the funeral, which were handwritten by gospel singer J.D. Sumner, who arranged the ceremony, along with a custom-made Bible gifted by Rev. Rex Humbard, who officiated at the rite.

It is said that people are ready to buy the letter and Bible together for 95,000 dollars from Moments in Time.

Meanwhile, Presley's widow Priscilla had to publicly request the fans to "calm down" after news of singer's two jets, Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II, about to be removed their Graceland home went viral.

(Posted on 13-07-2014)