ah so its the same photo just a light version and a dark version that explains why one looks a bit better but its still a fake
There is no doubt in my mind. Just look at the first picture. All the shadows fall in place. How could a photo come that close to another without it being the same exact photo?
The reason it doesn't look like him at times is probably due to them cropping out the left side of his face. Cleared off his hair from his forehead and did some touch up work on his lips to look like his mouth was closed.
some folks and papers have no shame but hey theywould have made some dam good money from it i bet they sold alot of papers i mean with the tcb detectives and the computer age they have been found out honestly how could you look the same on stage in a photo and in your casket in a photo exactly the same
Levi Silver / Bob Stephens...Can you tell us how you came upon this story and what you know about these individuals (or are you Levi)? You seem very convinced of it and I'm just trying to understand the reason for your conviction aside from what you see as being photographic evidence.
I'm not being critical or cynical (well, maybe a little ) but am inviting you to offer more to make believers out of all us doubters.
...you won't forget me when I go.
yep you would have to be blind not to see it or blinded by your strong beleifes and opinions its as clear as the nose on you face but there is no convincing some people
Look like his mouth was closed? I hope to God it was....otherwise the morticians forgot one very big detail.
Here we go again....*sigh*
His mouth was definitely closed. That's a ridiculous statement (just making a general comment). The procedure for preparing him fur viewing was described in "The King is Dead", by Robert Kendall & Robert Holton.
If you're saying what I think you're saying....here's my response:
There was no live "in concert" photo of Elvis used!
Last edited by Tony Trout; 02-25-2008 at 07:17 PM.
did any other papaer have the pic of elvis in his casket or was this the only paper that ran the pic
OK - here's my thought - for what's worth.
If I thought Elvis looked young in person in the casket and the picture showed up in NE and he looked so young - then doesn't that add up????? The picture captured what I saw???
well all the ones who haven't seen the light tell me why you dont beleive the pic is a fake why do you think its reall cos as far as my eyes i'm seeing two pics one from 77 and the casket as the same photo also the people who saw elvis in his casket did he look like the photo in the paper
I'm just wondering what you're thoughts are on the matter, maybe you had voiced it and I'm sorry for missing it.
Here we go again....*sigh*
Unless you're Bob Steplens ; how do you know what picture he worked from?If you're saying what I think you're saying....here's my response:
There was no live "in concert" photo of Elvis used
Besides ,you get too excited; you might have a stroke .
"I have learned never to ridicule any man's opinion, however strange it may seem."