Elvis Presley tragically died on August 16, 1977. The King of Rock n Roll was finest identified for his work as a singer and a songwriter, and was probably the most well-known artist on the planet all through the 60s and 70s. The Blue Suede Shoes singer died of a cardiac arrest at his house in Graceland, Memphis. In the home on the time was his fiancée, Ginger Alden, and his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley.
However, regardless of the report of Elvis’ dying and the following funeral which noticed 1000’s of attendees, theories have cropped up suggesting he’s truly nonetheless alive.
Elvis’ distinct look and sound would have made him stand out in any crowd.
Because of this, it was reported the the King was sick of the limelight.
It was from right here that rumours the star faked his dying started.
Kelly added: “It may be very unusual, if it this wasn’t Elvis then why was he getting up in a rush after?
“I took an image [above], in actual fact, the bodyguard got here in direction of me to maintain me from taking one other shot. I by no means dreamed this was going to occur.”
Kelly did not see the King once more, but when it actually was him, the images would show he was alive in 1992, 15 years after his reported dying.
There have been additional reviews that Elvis was seen getting on a plane the day he was reported dead.
The account steered a person who seemed loads just like the 42-year-old was boarding a aircraft to Beunos Aires on the Memphis International Airport.
Even extra convincing, the person reportedly gave the title “Jon Burrows”.
At the time, the King continuously gave the title Jon Burrows on the accommodations he was staying at to stave off followers.
Could this have been the primary piece of proof that the King had faked his dying?