Elvis Presley ‘alive’: King ‘hiding in BUNKER with Michael Jackson underneath Graceland’
Elvis Presley fans were truly distraught when singer and King of Rock N Roll died in his home at Graceland, Memphis on August 16, 1977 from cardiac arrest. Despite the King’s funeral being watched by millions of friends, family, and fans, countless rumours have spread in the years since his death suggesting the Blue Suede Shoes star is actually still alive.
Rumours claim the star faked his death to get away from the limelight.
Considering he was the most famous man on the planet, it is easy to see how frustrated he might have been with his ongoing lack of privacy.
Some rumours have said the King had flown out to a tropical island to live out the rest of his days.
But one such rumour has said the star is actually hiding out in a bunker seven storeys below ground.
And they claim the bunker lies right underneath Graceland.
According to the Daily Mail, the site 68comeback wrote about this bunker, adding Michael Jackson was in it as well.
The site wrote: “Surely you’ve heard of the secret, seven-storey-deep bunker that Elvis Presley had built underneath Graceland, prior to faking his own death?
“MJ lives there now with Elvis and certain other ‘dead’ celebrities.”
The site added: “You don’t have to be sad for him any more.”
The site didn’t offer any proof to the theory. But over the years, countless ‘eye-witnesses’ have revealed their accounts of seeing Elvis alive since his death.
However this latest claim coincides with a popular theory that has recently resurfaced surrounding a photo that was taken back in December of 1977 – just four months after Elvis had died.
The photo in question was taken by Mike Joseph, who had taken a trip to Graceland.
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During his visit, the Elvis fan took a photo of the property’s pool house.
But on later inspection, Mike says he noticed a man that looked extremely like the King hiding out in the building.
The photo itself garnered quite a lot of attention in the media, forcing Elvis’ manager and close friend Joe Esposito to debunk the theory on live TV.
Speaking to Larry King, Joe said: “The photo of a man behind the screen door is Al Strada.”
Mike, the man who took the photo, also later spoke out about the picture and who he thought the man really was.
Speaking to Larry King, he discussed what he had learned about the identity of the mystery man.
Mike told Larry: “It is not Elvis Presley… George Klein told me [the person in the photo] was his cousin Jimmy.”
George Klein and his cousin Jimmy have not spoken publicly about the photo, or who is in it.
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