Elvis Presley alive? Unearthed interview shows wife reveal truth

- 1/22/2019
ELVIS PRESLEY’S wife may have let the cat out of the bag after she unwittingly sparked theories The King is still alive!  While on national TV she said she spoke to him “the other day”, in a re-surfaced interview.
Elvis Presley alive

Who could forget when the entertainment world stood still after Elvis Presley was found dead in the bathroom of his Graceland home aged 42 on August 16, 1977. It was a devastating shock; One that fans wish never had to happen.

Allegedly, The King of Rock and Roll was pronounced dead by medical professionals that same day.

But unending conspiracies and multiple sightings have swelled ever since his death that he is actually alive.

Some people believe the beloved singer left a cryptic message on his tomb to suggest he did not really die.

Recently,  claims emerged that Elvis attended a celebration of his birthday in Graceland just last week.

And when footage re-emerged of an interview his wife gave which suggests the singer is still alive.

In the unearthed, mind blowing  clip, Priscilla Presleyis on The Oprah Winfrey Show with her daughter Lisa Marie. Their only child together.

They are discussing the daughter’s childhood with the talkshow host.

And Priscilla says: “Elvis wanted her to have everything.

“He grew up very poor.”

But then the interview takes a very strange and even eerie twist.

“That’s exactly what he said the other day,” Priscilla appears to say, implying she spoke to her husband not long ago.

To make it even more shocking, she then faces the camera as if to say she hadn't meant to reveal that news.
Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley

This particular interview was posted on YouTube back in 2013 and has since been seen more than one million times.

And this bit of unintentional revelation has led viewers to believe The King is not dead.

“Elvis is still alive,” one said.

Another commented: “Busted, I believe he is alive too.”

If still alive, the Suspicious Minds  singer would have celebrated his 84th birthday on January 8, 2019.
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