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Prince’s Paisley Park: Al Roker gets first look inside ‘untouched’ museum


At Prince’s Paisley Park In Chanhassen, Minnesota, handwritten notes and recording equipment remain just where they were before the iconic musician’s death. The estate’s archivist says Prince saved much of his memorabilia, including some of his 6,000 custom-made pieces of clothing. Two of Prince’s sisters, Sharon and Norrine Nelson, tell TODAY’s Al Roker that they can feel “the spirit of Prince” inside.