May 2005
Elvis' DNA Proves He's Alive!;2005, p91
Book Chapter
The article examines events following the alleged death of Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll. These events include the refusal of Presley's family to provide a copy of the autopsy report, faking of Presley's death certificate, sightings of Presley after his death and confirmed recordings of Presley's voice after his death.


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