My commentary on the poolhouse door and whether Al Strada would have been on the Graceland property in January 1978 is posted here. This pertains to the claim that Elvis is seen in the “poolhouse photo” taken five months after his death.
The autopsy permission form was taken from Baptist Memorial Hospital to Graceland shortly after Elvis was pronounced dead on August 16, 1977. The form was to be presented to Vernon Presley for his signature, and information about the autopsy procedure would at that time be provided and explained to him. But right before this discussion took […]
On August 16, 1977, Ginger Alden (Elvis’s fiancée) was with Elvis in his upstairs suite, and at 2:20 that afternoon she found his lifeless body on the floor of the bathroom. Since then, Ginger’s actions that day have been described in various ways, most of which are very much at odds with the facts. Below, I am […]
An article I wrote called “There’s No Debate: Elvis Is Not Alive” was published in The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry’s December 2009 newsletter. The article can he read here.
Yes or no?
24 Hours: 3 Dilaudid Prescriptions From Dr. Nichopoulos’s book, page 13: DR. NICHOPOULOS: “All I know is when Elvis called me about his tooth hurting this morning, he asked if I could give him something for pain. (No narcotics were in his nighttime sleeping medication.) I didn’t have my bag at home, so I told […]
A few years ago I obtained a copy of Gladys Presley’s death certificate. The cause of death listed in the document is in line with the cause of death reported to the public.
One of the standard “go-to” pieces of evidence the alivers use to prove/support the death hoax is the Lloyds of London insurance policy, which they claim was purchased but never cashed/paid out. Thus, they reason, the insurance policy supports the hoaxed death theory since Elvis and the estate would be guilty of insurance fraud if […]
At some point I hope to post a full analysis and commentary on the OPFOPEN case based on my discussions with the retired FBI agent who initiated and worked undercover on the case. For now, however, there are several key pieces of information to consider, all of which come straight from this FBI agent: 1. […]
I had a very interesting conversation this afternoon with the person who took the Elvis autopsy photos on the evening of August 16, 1977. We discussed where at Baptist Memorial Hospital the photos were taken, what the photos show, the film developing process, and several other topics related to this photographer’s job that day. (Originally […]