Elvis Presley had a reputation as a night owl and a new exhibit that opened this week at Graceland gives a peek into his nocturnal activities.
There's the jukebox, wrapped in yellow and green neon, that provided him with a steady supply of popular music. There are film clips that show family and friends discussing late-night excursions to an amusement park or his favorite movie theater, which he would rent for the night.
And then there's the television with a bullet hole in the screen.
"This is the only surviving television or appliance that Elvis shot out that was kept," said Kevin Kern, a spokesman for Graceland, Presley's longtime Memphis, Tenn. residence.
Presley, it seems, had a habit of occasionally breaking out a firearm from his gun collection and opening fire at TVs and other items.