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Rod Ansell - The real Crocodile Dundee. This is the story behind the legend, and the tragedy that unfolded. This link also contains a link to Sgt. Glen Huitson - the policeman that Ansell shot and killed
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Build your very own plane in 7 easy steps
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Elvis Presleys'
Elvis Presleys'
Elvis Presleys'
We visited to Gracelands on July 27 2006.
We thought it'd take probably two and a half maybe 3 hours tops
We were there for 6 hours
Would we go again?
A definitve Yes!
The "Next Page" button above will take you to 5 more pages of photos taken at Graceland
Elvis Presley.com
The official Elvis website
Sun Studios
The birth place of Rock 'n' Roll
The Graceland property was originally established as a 500 acre farm during the American Civil War (1861-1865) by publisher S.E. Toof.
Toof named the property after either his daughter, Grace Toof or an aunt or niece named Grace
The present mansion known as Graceland was built 1939 by Dr. Thomas and Ruth Moore, who was the niece of Grace Toof
The property was later sold by the couple's daughter, Ruth Marie, to Elvis in 1957 for $103,000 after the release of his first hit record,
"Heartbreak Hotel."

Graceland opened to the public in 1982 and has attracted millions of fans from around the world with an average of 600,000 annually