Monday, Sep. 22, 2008


If you didn't know better, you'd think Paul MacLeod needs help. The self-described "world's No. 1 Elvis fan" has spent more than 50 years collecting artifacts, news articles, video tapes and absolutely anything else related to the King. His obsession ultimately drove his wife away, but he's stuffed everything he's amassed into his house in Holly Springs, Miss., which he and his son (he's named Elvis Aaron Presley MacLeod, of course) now operate as a kind of ramshackle museum they call Graceland Too. Every room is covered floor-to-ceiling with memorabilia. Further proving just how obsessed the MacLeods are, the house is always open to visitors. Always. Just a knock a little louder at night.
Admission: $5.