Elvis memorabilia will go on sale tomorrow in what has been described as the 'largest auction of its kind'. The online auction house W.C. Crapp and Sons are very exited about the event. "Elvis is still the King. We expect to have a record number of bidders" said Alan Crap, organiser of the auction.
There are 'must-have' items for any series collector of Elvis memorabilia. For example, there is a half-eaten cheeseburger which is expected to reach in excess of $50000. It is thought that Elvis dozed off before he was able to finish his snack.
Another item sure to attract attention is a used needle with syringe. The auctioneers vouch for its authenticity. This item is expected to clear $100000 at the auction.
Elvis fans cannot wait for the auction to begin. Sid Bonkers, a 78 year old arthritic Elvis impersonator is hoping to be able to add to his on-stage collection. "I want my audiences to have as near to the real thing as possible" said the bald dwarf.
The auction is sure to be busy. People who doubt the relevance of Elvis Presley to a modern audience will find themselves lonesome tonight.