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Elvis wasn’t just known for being the King of Rock n Roll. He was also known for being there for his fans, young and old. The crooner had a big heart that is often overshadowed by his musical legacy and troubled later life.
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At Graceland, Presley’s estate, there is a hidden mural in the entryway that provides viewers with a glimpse of just how much the King cared about his fans. The mural is a photograph of Elvis with Mary Katoski, a March of Dimes patient who was clearly delighted to have a chance to spend some time with the King.
The mural is only available to those who know that it exists, as it’s currently hidden behind wallpaper and isn’t accessible to those who visit. If the mural is ever revealed to the general public, the foyer is the perfect place for it, as the photograph depicts the King and Mary playing together at the entrance to his home.