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A Quote From Elvis' Cousin, Cheryl Mockbee, in 2010.

Posted by Mickey Moran on February 24, 2013 at 10:35 PM

Cheryl Mockbee

Wow! I had to comment on this...my cousin does not look like this, and he still has all his hair. He has no facial alterations either-just a beard. His hair is white, but he doesnt look his age. He walks among us as a normal citizen-and has for 33 years. His voice is still as beautiful as ever. And I would like to say here-we need to leave the man alone. Let him live his life in peace.

Jimmy "Orion" Ellis

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 30, 2012 at 8:45 AM

The myth of Elvis Presley looms large in popular culture. Not only did he play a key role in the birth of rock ’n’ roll music—thereby forever changing the course of American history—Tupelo’s most famous son became the embodiment of everything both glorious and tragic about stardom in the late 20th century. If the years since Presley’s passing have taught us anything, it’s that his legacy has only grown. He may have been massively, unprecedentedly popu...

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One Coffin Theory

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 10:50 PM

Alanna Nash, formerly of the Louisville Courier-Journal, who viewed the body in the casket twice, commented on how wax-like it looked. La Costa, sister of Tanya Tucker, said, "We were right up to the casket and stood there, and God, I couldn't believe it. He looked just like a piece of plastic laying there. He didn't look like Elvis at all... He looked more like a dummy than a real person."

 

The coffin weighed 900 pounds. Some think it housed a refrigeration unit to cool a w...

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The Incomprehensible Demise of a King (An essay I wrote for school)

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 10:45 PM

The Incomprehensible Demise of a King

 

Two people, on totally separate ends of the continent, decide to write a book. They have never met one another. They have never conversed in any way whatsoever, nor have they ever seen each other’s research. They have never even heard of each other. Yet, they write almost identical books, with the same facts, with one central question in mind. Did Elvis Presley really die on August 16, 1977?

The first thing both authors noti...

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Events Of August 16, 1977

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 10:40 PM

a. Elvis returned to Graceland from the dentist between 12:30 AM and 1:30 AM. He was reported to be energetic, optimistic, good humored, and full of plans for the future.

 

b. At 4:00 AM Elvis called Billy Smith and Billy's wife Jo to join him and Ginger on the racquetball court for an hour's play. Elvis was still wearing the DEA jogging suit. Elvis reportedly wacked himself on the shin, hard enough to leave a knot on his leg, with his racket during the game. This injury was ...

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Mickey's Radio Interview

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 10:25 PM

This is a radio interview from 2000 where Bill Beeny and myself were interviewed on the subject of Elvis being alive.

RI: Radio Interviewer

MM: Mickey Moran

BB: Bill Beeny

RI: Welcome to the program, Bill.

BB: Thank you, Harlan. It's a privilege to be on your show.

RI: Well, we appreciate you coming on. We also would like to welcome to our talking circle, Mickey Moran. Mickey owns the "Elvis Is Alive" webpage. He joins ...

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December 21, 1970

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 10:25 PM

12/21/1970 - That is the day Elvis received his DEA badge. Not an honorary one, the real thing. A lot of people do not know that Elvis Presley put his life on the line for America almost everyday. Elvis had to give testimony at grand jury hearings. He put a lot of Mafia men away for good. In June of 1977, President Carter received the report from the FBI that there were 3 contract hits put out on Elvis Presley. The first one was Paul Castellana, the New York City Italian mobster. The second w...

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Elvis Mysteries

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 11:35 AM

1. Elvis' name is misspelled on his tombstone. Elvis' full name is

Elvis 'Aron' Presley..., not Elvis 'Aaron' Presley. His father would

not have let this happen. When Elvis was born, his name was misspelled

on his birth certificate and his father went to great lengths to get

the error corrected. The spelling of Elvis' name was very important to

the Presley family. They wanted Elvis to see that Aron was part of

Garon (Garon is the middle name of Elvis' twin ...

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Phil Aitcheson (The Presley Commission) Talks To EIN

Posted by Mickey Moran on December 27, 2012 at 11:15 AM

"The Case For Elvis Being Alive"

 

Since August 1977 the Elvis world has been a fertile ground for the promotion of numerous stories and theories. Those that have captured the imagination or interest of fans and non-fans include Elvis's alleged illegitimate children, Elvis being murdered or having committed suicide and Elvis being abducted by aliens.

 

However, since the late 1970s there has been one area of interest and belief that has existed continually in...

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Complete Listing of Elvis Concerts 1954 - 1977

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1954 Jul.17, 1954 -Memphis, Bon Air Club . Jul. 30, 1954 -Memphis, Overton Park Shell Aug. 7,1954 -Memphis, Eagle's Nest Aug. 16, 1954- Memphis, Eagle's Nest . Aug. 18, 1954 -Memphis, Bellevue Park Aug. 27,1954 -Memphis, Eagle's Nest Aug. 29, 1954 -Memphis, Kennedy Hospital Benefit Show. Aug.1954 -Memphis, Bel-Air-Club . Aug.1954 -Memphis, Airport Inn Lounge. Aug. 1954 -Memphis, 81 Club . Sep.3, 1954 -Memphis, Art's Bar-B-Q Sep. 9, 1954 -Memphis, Lamar-Airways Shopp... Read Full Post »

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