This legendary studio has recorded some of the greatest American singers and songwriters in history. Once frequented by Hank Snow, Jim Reeves, Earnest Tubb, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Roger Miller, Waylon, Eddy Arnold, Connie Francis, and The Everly Brothers. Elvis’ ghost reportedly haunts the place as well. Elvis Presley, dead since 1977, recorded his breakout hit "Heartbreak Hotel" here, and went on to find legendary status on planet Earth, and perhaps beyond.
After the recording studio was converted to a TV production studio, production staff said that every time the name "Elvis" was mentioned (or at least quite a few different times) something odd would happen - ladders fell, light bulbs blew out, odd noises would ring through the studio, etc.