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Elvis Presley ‘alive’: King

The Rock N Roll legend Elvis Presley died of a cardiac arrest on August 16, 1977. The star died whilst in his home at Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee. In his house alongside him was his fiancée, Ginger Alden, and his young daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, who was nine-years-old at the time.

Since the star’s death, however, many fans have begun theorising that Elvis didn’t actually die in 1977.

Supposed sightings of the singer prompted theories that Elvis actually faked his own death, in an attempt to get away from the limelight.

Other, more bombastic theories suggests he was in a witness protection programme whilst on the run from some sort of mobster organisation.

Further rumours stemmed from Kalamazoo, Michigan, in which Elvis was, again, “spotted” out in public.

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Furthermore, Michigan is an 11-hour drive from Graceland, meaning the star would have had to cross America without being seen.

This year will mark 44-years since the star died at his home in Graceland.

Despite this, many secrets about the star are still coming out, decades after his death.

Most recently, his fiancée, Ginger, spoke out about how she “never saw” him eat the famous Elvis Sandwich.

The Elvis Sandwich is present in a number of restaurant menus, as it was apparently the King’s favourite snack.

The sandwich consists of toasted bread, slathered in peanut butter, with banana and bacon inside it.

However, Ginger explained: “She said: “There are exaggerations like Elvis wasn’t happy his last year, was depressed.

“Sitting up there eating fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches (which I never once saw him eat one of those the nine months I was with him).”

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