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(Daily Star)   British psychiatrist claims he treated Elvis 20 years after his faked death, offers proof with photos of a white blob and a photo of a guy who looks nothing like Elvis (possible nsfw content on page)   (dailystar.co.uk) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Elvis Presley, roll singer Elvis, Fox News reporter Suzanne Stratford, bonkers claim, psychiatrist Dr Donald Hinton, drug enforcement administration, Lisa Marie Presley, Graceland  
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2019-08-21 1:35:41 PM  
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2019-08-21 2:00:21 PM  
There are probably hundreds of psychiatrists who have treated Elvis. What's one more?
 
2019-08-21 2:04:04 PM  
This guy should really go see a psychiatrist.
 
2019-08-21 2:06:02 PM  
Everyone knows that Elvis is in a nursing home with JFK and they're fighting a mummy

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2019-08-21 2:12:46 PM  
did he have a pimple on his pecker?

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2019-08-21 2:12:49 PM  
His Aim was True?
 
2019-08-21 2:14:49 PM  

Bermuda59: Everyone knows that Elvis is in a nursing home with JFK and they're fighting a mummy

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2019-08-21 2:21:01 PM  
Did he help JFK adjust to his new African-American body, too?
 
2019-08-21 2:23:39 PM  
My favorite "Elvis is still alive" story is, years ago a lady wrote a book "Proving 100%" that Elvis was alive.
She said he faked his death to get away from the public.
I mean he was a blond and wore his Elvis outfits everyday.
If he wanted to disappear, he could have just grown his hair out, shaved, and put on jeans and a tee and no one would have known who he was.
Anyway, in her book she had things like his middle name was spelled wrong on the grave, the corpse sweated, all kinds of "evidence".
She was on a TV show (I think it was Donahue) and a phone call was put through from one of Elvis' friends. This man had found him dead on the floor of the bathroom.
He kept saying "I saw my friend dead" "I did not want him to be dead but, he was dead".
She kept saying "But what about the middle name,ect."?
He kept saying "I saw my friend dead" "I did not want him to be dead but, he was dead".
This went on for a while.
He finally hung up and she still maintained that her book was the truth.
Elvis was a person who CRAVED attention.
He was simply a drug addict that died.
 
2019-08-21 2:32:47 PM  
That guy in the white hair ain't Elvis.
 
2019-08-21 2:55:21 PM  
Medice, cura te ipsum
 
2019-08-21 3:04:00 PM  
"And now, another bonkers claim has resurfaced.
Fox News reporter Suzanne Stratford headed an investigation into the conspiracy in 2002.
In her investigation, she spoke with psychiatrist Dr Donald Hinton, who claimed he had been treating the singer for some five years."


This 22-year old news is is 17 years old?
 
2019-08-21 5:49:32 PM  
If Elvis was gonna try and hoax the entire world, i doubt he'd be smiling for a random polaroid.

And for that matter, if he felt that compelled to actually take the pic with his grandson, why settle for a blurry one?
 
2019-08-21 6:39:49 PM  
these stories remind me of this guy i saw on ebay, about 20 years ago, who was convinced he had an undiscovered photo of Lincoln, and every photo and Lincoln expert he inquired with, told him he was mistaken, which only re-enforced his belief further.    He was trying to sell the photo for like 200K.   It didn't even resemble Lincoln, but even that was further proof to him that it was indeed Lincoln, somehow.

it was like a fascinating exploration into mental illness. I believe the guy earnestly believed it was Lincoln.  He wanted it to be true so much, he made it true in his mind, and no one could convince him otherwise.
 
2019-08-21 7:26:58 PM  
Where was the picture of Elvis? I only saw Dick Van Dyke on a bender...
 
2019-08-21 8:07:09 PM  

JTtheCajun: Where was the picture of Elvis? I only saw Dick Van Dyke on a bender...


Dick Van Dyke in Vaal costume.

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2019-08-21 8:48:55 PM  
Fun fact:  Elvis was a hero to most.
 
2019-08-21 8:58:24 PM  
He faked his death to become the Nature Boy!  Whooooooooo
 
2019-08-21 11:04:54 PM  

T.rex: these stories remind me of this guy i saw on ebay, about 20 years ago, who was convinced he had an undiscovered photo of Lincoln, and every photo and Lincoln expert he inquired with, told him he was mistaken, which only re-enforced his belief further.    He was trying to sell the photo for like 200K.   It didn't even resemble Lincoln, but even that was further proof to him that it was indeed Lincoln, somehow.

it was like a fascinating exploration into mental illness. I believe the guy earnestly believed it was Lincoln.  He wanted it to be true so much, he made it true in his mind, and no one could convince him otherwise.


He should have teamed up with the guy who sold Hitler's diary to Stern magazine for 9.3 million Deutschemarks.
 
2019-08-22 7:15:35 AM  
That white haired man looks like the guy they send to silence you if you get to close to the truth
like scary get
like sits up from the back seat when you assume to be driving alone gets you
 
2019-08-22 1:16:34 PM  
I wonder if people are still going to be claiming to have rediscovered the real live Elvis fifty years from now? I'd bet yes. Goofy people.
 
2019-08-22 2:35:17 PM  
That white haired guy in the photo was a streetlight
 
2019-08-22 3:34:13 PM  

jontagat: My favorite "Elvis is still alive" story is, years ago a lady wrote a book "Proving 100%" that Elvis was alive.
She said he faked his death to get away from the public.
I mean he was a blond and wore his Elvis outfits everyday.
If he wanted to disappear, he could have just grown his hair out, shaved, and put on jeans and a tee and no one would have known who he was.
Anyway, in her book she had things like his middle name was spelled wrong on the grave, the corpse sweated, all kinds of "evidence".
She was on a TV show (I think it was Donahue) and a phone call was put through from one of Elvis' friends. This man had found him dead on the floor of the bathroom.
He kept saying "I saw my friend dead" "I did not want him to be dead but, he was dead".
She kept saying "But what about the middle name,ect."?
He kept saying "I saw my friend dead" "I did not want him to be dead but, he was dead".
This went on for a while.
He finally hung up and she still maintained that her book was the truth.
Elvis was a person who CRAVED attention.
He was simply a drug addict that died.


While trying to take a crap.  (Let's not leave that out).
 
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