A true-life trek through little towns in America, looking for a rock star. Not just any rock star of course -- we're on the trail of THE most famous rock star of them all! Had Elvis faked his own death? This is a true story. Approx. 24 pages. More
A true-life trek through little towns in America, looking for a rock star. Not just any rock star of course -- we're on the trail of THE most famous rock star of them all! Had Elvis faked his own death? Sightings had begun to increase in the last 5 years since the King’s alleged-death.Tabloids ran pictures of him in front of a movie theater with a recently released poster behind him. A local private investigator told People that he had tracked the very-much alive Elvis to Kokomo, Indiana. Most tellingly, cassette tapes of the King's voice – laconic, unhurried – had begun to surface. The author of “Searching for Elvis” sets off alone in the summer of 1982 to personally investigate the matter. Perhaps a non-professional investigator might have dumb luck in stumbling across the King’s path, he wonders. Armed with camera equipment, tape machines, and a stack of Elvis cassettes , the young author sets off on an impossible journey ...: to find evidence that the King is still alive! Long live the King!
Ostensibly to write a short essay or article meant for Rolling Stone magazine (which the magazine did not sanction and in fact turned down), this is a record of that trip over thirty years ago...
500,000 Elvis fans Can't Be Wrong...
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