One of Missouri’s most unusual tourist attractions has been sold on e-bay for $8,300. The Reverend Bill Beeney had hoped to get $10,000 for his Elvis is Alive Museum at Wright City.
The Museum has been his effort to prove that Elvis did not die in 1977. Beeney has run the little museum for 17 years. The winning bidder has not been identified. Beeney plans to use the money to turn the museum building into a food pantry, a place for counseling for drug addicts, and as a ministry providing child care service to single mothers.