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Release Date:2 July 1958 (USA) more
Genre:Crime | Drama | Musical more Plot:Having flunked graduation for a second time and needing cash to support his crabby (and thus unemployed) father... more | add synopsis Plot Keywords:Nightclub | Delinquent | Crime Boss | High School | Young Love more User Comments:"And He Goes By The Name of King Creole" more
Looking more at the timeline -- King Creole filming was completed in 1958, right before Elvis went into the Army.
Next was GI Blues, 1960 - filmed in both Germany and L.A. Is it possible fELVIS did the Germany shoots and Elvis in L.A.?
Next was Flaming Star in 1960 - who was in that one?
When "Elvis Presley" was bizarrely drafted into the US militaryin 1958 he was soon sent to the US army base at Wiesbaden, West Germany, close to the City of Frankfurt where the CIA had its german HQ in the IG Farben Building in the center Frankfurt. IG Farben had drug company subsidiaries and the building doubled as a base for CIA recuritment and liasing with Nazi war criminals, including "former" Nazi doctors conducting mind control/torture experiments in Frankfurt and vicinity. The CIA and MI6 also had psy-ops ties to the "Frankfurt School" of social theory, revivev post-war in the laet 1940s mainly by the Nazi-sympathizing World Bank chief, Rockefeller Boy John J. McCloy. Worthwhile to check for some Frankfurt School- London Tavistock Institute connections.
I think its possible that the real Elvis died or become incapacitated in 1958 and the army induction, using a double, was created as a hasty cover. Meahwhile the perfect Felvis Fresley doppleganger was being created a la Mengele-"twinning" in Frankfurt/Wiesbaden.
And what else was being created in West Germany at this time? That's right, the Hamburg Silver Beetles, soon to become the golden beatific "Beatles."
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Recap Elvis: In Life & Death On what would've been Elvis Presley's 74th birthday, author R. Gary Patterson was joined by two Elvis experts, Patrick Lacy (2nd hour) and Cory Cooper (3rd hour) for a conversation about everything Elvis, including stories about his upbringing, his music & career, and rumors that he faked his death. Lacy recounted the official details of Presley's death in 1977-- he was found in his bathroom by his fiance, and paramedics tried to revive him even though he was clearly dead. The cause of death was given as cardiac arrhythmia, though his autopsy was not made public.
All three guests concurred on their belief that Elvis did not fake his death. The scope of the sham and the efforts to keep it under wraps would've had to be massive, said Lacy, while Cooper doubted that Elvis had the motivation to fake his demise. A lot of the so-called evidence involving his faked death doesn't hold up, the guests agreed. The Elvis sightings since his death may be related to fans not willing to let go, Patterson surmised. The man in the noted 1978 poolhouse photo [http://members.fortunecity.com/sivlenor amoran/doorway.jpg] that's been said to be Presley, has hair and glasses that don't match Elvis, Lacy commented.
Presley's music had a huge impact on America, bringing the black sound onto many radio stations for the first time, said Patterson. It helped start racial equality in the U.S., Cooper added. Elvis was a very generous person, said to have given many of his Cadillacs away, and his favorite music was gospel. He didn't like to be alone and surrounded himself with friends and family at Graceland, Cooper detailed.
Related Articles The Elvis Files A 1990 video documentary The Elvis Files explores the idea that Elvis Presley faked his death in 1977. One of the interviews is with Elvis' first-cousin, Gene Smith, who attended the funeral and said the body lying in state wasn't Elvis. View a clip posted on YouTube.
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We know that Elvis was born blonde-haired. It's interesting that only the pics of the first Elvis resemble someone who could have been blonde. The second pics of Elvis where he's clearly more naturally olive-skinned doesn't look like someone who had been blonde-haired with his hair dyed dark.
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Aug 26, 2009, 5:50am, bbkings wrote:We know that Elvis was born blonde-haired. It's interesting that only the pics of the first Elvis resemble someone who could have been blonde. The second pics of Elvis where he's clearly more naturally olive-skinned doesn't look like someone who had been blonde-haired with his hair dyed dark.
That's EXACTLY what I was going to post. Excellent bbkings!
Could one of those fake Elvis' actually be Jesse, the twin of the real Elvis that supposedly died when he was young? The story goes that he died young...but how do we know that he wasn't really taken to Germany and used in twin experimentation? And when Elvis went to Germany in '58, he was switched and replaced by his twin brother Jesse?