I'm so sorry.
[QUOTE=Tony Trout;98445]Here are some pictures I came across on FECC regarding where the coffin was prolly placed in the mansion....
The picture that is "colorized" was done by the person who posted the thread on FECC 'bout this particular subject...I think they did a pretty danged good job, myself!!
Below are the photos:
The pictures never did display on my pc.Don't know why.Wish I could see them
"Man,I just work here"
EP 1968 ComaBack
Thank you Tony for all the info .Im a newbie an the info was great-I was 20 yrs old when elvis died. my mother bought that mag.I learn something new today
I got attacked on here for trying to tell people about this. I couldn't find the source.
During the viewing for the fans, the coffin was placed in the entry way in front of the stairs, head facing dining room, feet facing living room. There were ropes placed in front of it and guards all around. You walked in the door, 2 or 3 feet made a u-turn and walked back out. Fans were not allowed to go stomping through the living room, music room or dining room. It was QUICK.
After the viewing by the fans, the body was moved into either into the music room or dining room for the service.
And, no it did not look like him. It looked like a 60's Elvis.
I think when I die I'm gonna leave instructions that I want to look just like I did when I was 14 - the first time I kissed Elvis - so maybe he'll recoginize me when I get there!!!
He had on a suit and tie. My mom asked me if I saw Linda Thompson sitting on the stairs. I cannot give you one item in that house I saw but his face....as many times as I stood out there on that street on the weekends wondering what the inside of that house looked like....my eyes were locked on that casket from the moment I hit the door. Could not have told you the minute I walked out that door anything about that house.
Yes Kelly, with all the fluids drained out Elvis would have looked much younger. Had he not had all the health problems he had he probably wouldn't have changed all that much from the 60's/early 70's.