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Why would Elvis want to disappear

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Two hours after Elvis's death was announced publicly, a man who reportedly looked remarkably like Elvis purchased a ticket for Buenos Aeries, paid in cash, and used the name John Burrows: the same name Elvis had used as an alias several times before.
Elvis had a book collection that disappeared mysteriously right after his 'death'. Some say this was proof that he was alive and took them with him.
At Elvis's last show in Indiana in 1977, he bid everyone "adios". This is the same as saying good-bye as against saying see you again, or see you soon.
No more suits were ordered after Elvis's last show. Did this mean he was getting ready to leave.
Elvis had signed an unusual contract with NBC that paid much cash up front for his tour
Elvis called a friend named Ms. Foster and said he wasn't going on the tour. She took and passed a polygraph test on this issue.

Elvis let several employees go a couple of days before his 'death' that he had relied upon for a long time.
Elvis had a former girlfriend name Lucy DeBarbon and a day after Elvis's 'death' she received a single rose in the mail with a note that said it was from "El Lancelot" a pet name known only to the two of them.
Elvis had faked his death once before by having someone shoot him with blanks while he was wearing a blood pack.
Dr. Donald Hinton a psychiatrist in Kansas City, Missouri, has co-written a book "The Truth About Elvis Aron Presley, In His Own Words." He claims the other co-writer is Elvis himself. He claims that Elvis faked his death and it took him three years to sober up. He described Elvis has having white hair and plastic surgery and being protected by undercover cops. Hinton says Elvis came to him for treatment for arthritis in 1997. The arthritis must have been driving him crazy, just a little joke since Hinton was a psychiatrist.

Why would Elvis want to disappear?

Many think Elvis cooperated with the authorities against organized crime. Some say he lost $10,000,000 in a deal with a company that, as it turned out, had links to organized crime. They think by his going to the authorities, he put his life in danger. Other state that Elvis had become a prisoner in his own home, due to his unprecedented popularity and couldn't take it anymore.
In an NBC network television news report the evening of August 3, 1997, which was a few days prior to the 20th anniversary of Elvis's death, it was stated publicly that Elvis did not die of a drug overdose, but of a massive heart attack. This program also stated that Elvis had serious physical ailments and was forced to take large doses of addictive medicine. It is also said that he was taking steroids and this caused him to fracture 3 cervix in his spine. They say his arteries were equal to that of an eighty year old man.


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