Aretha Franklin’s Casket Arrives at Museum for Visitation


DETROIT, Mi. – Aretha Franklin’s casket has arrived at Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.

For two days, mourners will be allowed to attend a public visitation and pay their respects.
One woman traveled from Texas and started camping out Sunday night.
There will be a free tribute concert for Franklin on Thursday.
There will also be a viewing Thursday at New Bethel Baptist Church.
She died of pancreatic cancer earlier this month at the age of 67.

Former President Bill Clinton will speak at her funeral on Friday

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