Don't count Andy Key as one of those Elvis Presley fanatics who insist the King never died.
Key, 38, of Laurel, said he's "open to the possibility" Presley is alive, but he's counting on there being enough skeptics out there to make his new business a success.
With an $8,000 eBay bid, Key won the Elvis is Alive Museum's collection and plans to move the museum from its current site in Wright City, Mo., to Mississippi, where Key lives and Presley was
"If (Elvis) wants to come to the opening, he can certainly come back," he said.
Included in the collection are photographs, books, FBI files, DNA reports and other memorabilia that aim to support the thought that Presley never died.
Bill Beeny, 81, who founded the museum's collection, said he sold the collection hoping its new owner would continue his work.
"I'll certainly go down and visit once it sets up," he said.