HOLLY SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI (WKOW) -- One super-fan of "The King" has opened his shrine of Elvis Presley memorabilia to the public.
The owner, Paul McLeod, says Graceland Too is dedicated to the greatest entertainer and humanitarian of all time.
The 157-year-old house features a floor-to-ceiling collection of Elvis mementos, including curtains, album covers, trading cards, and other trinkets.
McLeod is so obsessed with "The King" that he named is son Elvis Aron Presley McLeod.
Graceland Too is located halfway between Elvis' birthplace in Tupelo, Mississippi and the Graceland mansion in Memphis, Tennessee.
Online reporting by Thomas Strieker.