May 2005
Elvis' DNA Proves He's Alive!;2005, p11
Book Chapter
The chapter presents evidence that Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, is alive. The evidence described here includes an original copy of the full autopsy report produced at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee where Presley's corpse was examined, hospital records of Presley at the Baptist Memorial Hospital under the name Aaron Sivle, and DNA test results of biopsy and autopsy tissues supposedly taken from Presley. The manner by which each evidence is gathered is related.


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