We all know the concept of Elvis having faked his death and being alive is totally absurd (or is it ?) after author Gail Brewer Giorgio managed to scam people (for Elvis fans who think she did ; but she did say Elvis had phoned her and she recorded the conversation several years ago and had
it authenticated) with 3 or 4 books she issued, but I heard (on a Canadian radio show) these two interesting August 07 Canadian radio interviews (The Richard Syrett show in Toronto) you can hear on the links below and you can E Mail the two gentlemen with questions (if after hearing their
interviews, you want to challenge them, or ask either or both of them some tough questions).
Bill Beeny reckons he bought a DNA sample of Elvis for $2600 and that he's convinced Elvis did fake his own death, as he was totally sick of the limelight. Please listen to the interviews first, before commenting or making a smart *** remark. I found the second hour interview with investigator Phil
Aitcheson (discussing his investigation), to be more impressive, as he's a credible, serious investigator. In regards to Mr. Beeny having an Elvis museum in Missouri in the US, he says entry to it is free and he doesn't profit from it.
Guys, he is new, please don't give him (or her?) a hard time about this....if you've never learned much about the subject it certainly is very interesting. It was for me the first time I saw Gail's book - and she has very good points. So please don't make him feel bad for posting this....
Right after Elvis died a record came out with the whole interview from this press conference on it. It also had a minute or so of the crowds reaction as Elvis took the stage- it was deafening.
Daddy, I miss you more every day. You will always be my hero..
This was interesting, thank you for posting this.
Here is the full song "Spelling On The Stone" that supposedly is Elvis after he died, even though i think it just sound's like another impersonator.
"Spelling On The Stone" was recorded by a man named Dan Willis. No one has heard a peep out of him since the records release back in the late 1980s.
And Bill Beeny is another guy living in a dream world...he's a flat out B.S.'er if there ever was one.