PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) -- A Victorian-style home in the Florida Panhandle thought to be where The Doors rock legend Jim Morrison was conceived in 1943 is up for auction.
Items inside the home are also being sold in an estate sale Saturday.
The charming home is owned by Jim Morrison's second cousin Bruce Morrison.
He says Jim's parents lived in the basement while Jim's father was in Naval flight school in Pensacola in 1943.
He says that's where Jim was conceived. He's even considering giving a video to the home's new owner that shows Jim's mother walking around the backyard while pregnant with the rocker.
Jim Morrison was born in Melbourne in December 1943 and died in Paris 1971 of an alleged heroin overdose.
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