He Didn't See It Coming?


According to a Scottish newspaper, Uri Geller's dream of turning the first home Elvis Presley owned into a museum dedicated to the paranormal has been "dealt a setback nearly as bizarre as the spoon-bending trick that made the Israeli-born psychic famous."

The paper reports that "Geller, who thought he had purchased the Memphis property in an eBay auction last month for $905,100, learned on Friday that the sellers had sold the 3,000-square-foot house for an undisclosed sum to a foundation set up by Mike Curb, a music producer."

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