Are You Lonesome Tonight?; Not in Memphis, Where 100,000 Have Come to Honor Elvis

16 August 1997
The Washington Post

It is 6 a.m. in this sweltering southern city and Elizabeth Zogob is splashing holy water onto the grave of Elvis Presley. She places tiny crosses woven from palm leaves against his cast-iron tombstone in hopes, she says, that “God might watch over my boy.”

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