May 2005
Elvis' DNA Proves He's Alive!;2005, p45
Book Chapter
The chapter identifies the body which was used to fake the death of Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, on August 16, 1977. It mentions several people who admitted that Presley, indeed, faked his death. These people include former Memphis Mafia boss Marthy Slacker, and Billy Smith, Presley's cousin. Finally, it recreates the events leading to the death of Elvis Presley and argues that the Presley's corpse was actually a wax figure.


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