The document below is a copy of the DNA laboratory report proving Elvis did not die as reported in 1977. The top DNA marked with a "v" is that of Elvis at the age of 31. The lower DNA checked was that of the corpse. They did not match! Elvis was not in the casket! This information was obtained from the files of the late Dr. Harold Sexton, the pathololist who performed both the biopsy and autopsy.
Has anyone in Elvis's family collected on
his insurance policy?
No! The policy is still active. To collect on his policy would have been felony fraud since he is still alive.
Was there an investigation into Elvis's
No! The police finalized there report before the autopsy was completed.
Who filled out Elvis's death certificate?
Several handwriting experts, including the well respected graphologist Kenneth Weist, claimed Elvis filled out portions of the medical examiner's report. Mr.Weist also said Elvis filled out the inventory of his possesions for the probate court some time after the funeral.
Where was Elvis's concert scheduled for
on the day of his death?
In Portland, Maine, the same day he was to testify before a Federal Grand Jury in Memphis against the mafia. Why did he schedule himself to be in two cities on the same day? Perhaps he new beforehand he would not keep either appointment.
Which Elvis songs stayed on the charts the
It was "All Shook Up" which was number 1 for 8 weeks, and on the top 100 for 30 weeks.
What classical piece of music did Elvis
use to open his concerts?
It was a portion of "Also Sprach Zarathrustra" by Richard Strauss. Written in 1896, the introduction is one of the most recognized pieces of music of the last 50 years. It is widely known for its use in Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey.