There are far too many celebrity frauds as it is. If Avril Lavigne is not replaced by a lookalike, Jeff Goldblum falls off a cliff in New Zealand. While these are often laughed at and quickly forgotten, there are still people who believe that they have clearly seen the king as a day and in the rotting flesh. Here are the top 10 places Elvis & # 39; cold, dead feet are said to have landed on the street in recent years an undercover DEA agent
During his career it was known that Elvis along with President Nixon at the Spreading awareness against drugs has worked. It was even known that he denounced the Beatles for their "hippie" and "anti-American" lifestyle. But instead of dying on the toilet from a long time drug abuse, some sources claim that his massive image in American culture was too dangerous for someone with a narcotics bureau badge. So they faked his death to protect him, and he's now appeared in various disguises around the world to continue the fight against drugs. 
9 19659007] This clip from Home Alone (1990) clearly shows that someone who resembles The King is performing one of his famous head movements. It's an uncanny resemblance, isn't it? In fact, it's completely "smart". It has been confirmed that the extra used in this scene is none other than Gary Grott.
Grott was a close friend of Home Alones director Christopher Columbus (yes, that's really his name) and he appears in several films less known by Columbus. The head tilt was actually Grott's best attempt to act like an annoyed civilian at the airport. Maybe there is a reason why he never reached the big time. Unfortunately, Gary Grott died of a heart attack in 2016, but as his family can confirm, he is said to have enjoyed wearing suede shoes for a while. Who knows, maybe Grott is still out there! 
8 Elvis is a groundskeeper in Memphis
If you had a crazy life as the world's greatest rock star, you would most likely retire as an 83-year-old groundsman. Right? It sounds far-fetched, but there is a clinically crazy fan base that would tell you otherwise. This clip shows "Elvis" as a caretaker in various tasks. The true identity of the man in question is still unknown. In fact, he's wearing an Elvis t-shirt. According to this logic, anyone wearing an Elvis t-shirt could very well be the king. 
7 Elvis attended his own birthday party
photos of Elvis & # 39; 82. Birthday parties popped up in Memphis, where a man of similar stature is present. He's wearing a black baseball cap and glasses, has a bushy white beard, and is apparently accompanied by a little security detail that makes people think Elvis had his own birthday in disguise. And if that's not him, fans will make you think it's his stillborn twin, Garon. Although Garon apparently always comes up when an Elvis is alive dispute has a loophole. If it's not Elvis, it's his brother who died too. 
6 Elvis is under witness protection in Argentina.
Shortly after Elvis' death, there were several allegations that he was checked in at an airport in Memphis under the name John Burrows, which he is said to have been doing throughout his life Career. The plane was set for Argentina, and as an Argentine military member once claimed, a Pan-Am flight landed there in 1977. Knowing that Elvis had a relationship with the United States government and a narcotics office, an attempt was made to infiltrate a criminal organization called "The Fraternity" went mad. Elvis was found to be a government mole and was quickly escorted out of the country. 
5 Elvis is at home and sets off
Yes, you read that right. In 1978 there was a heated debate about a photo taken at a pool in Graceland. It shows a pool front door with a familiar face behind it. The photo even made it on CNN when Larry King and several other people discussed their legitimacy. The photo was taken by Mike Joseph, who originally claimed to be the king, but later repeated his statement that he had met two of Elvis' friends who could confirm that it was not Elvis but his Cousin Jimmy acted. who Elvis never got along with. 
4 Elvis sends roses to his exen
What would you do if everyone thought you were dead? The mess with people's heads is the only correct answer. Just a day after Elvis' death, Lucy De Barbin, one of his ex-girlfriends, received a single rose in the mail that was sent by none other than El Lancelot. This was apparently her strange distinction for Elvis and is a name that only she could have recognized. We can only assume that this was his way of telling his loved ones that he was not dead. 
3 Elvis escaped in a helicopter
In a novel titled The Presley Arrangement, Monte Nicholson describes an experience He had worked with the Los Angeles Police Department. He was informed that on the night of Elvis' death, not only was there a suspicious helicopter over Graceland, but photos had been taken of Presley, who had previously boarded the helicopter. Some suspect that Elvis was replaced with a wax figure in the moments before he was found dead. Could he have made the switch? 
2 Elvis is a ghost that speaks through people
A whole book was written by Hanz Holzer about a New Jersey housewife who claims that Elvis can speak through her and his wife's family. Elvis even appears in modern articles in which people with psychological skills choose to receive messages from the late king. One of them, including a person named Amy, or as she is known as "The Closet Clairvoyant". In the article titled "Conversations With Dead People: Meeting a Medium with Elvis Presley," Elvis is quite a chatterbox. He rattles off some obvious buzzwords like "sugar" and "honey". Or maybe it was exactly what was in the room at the time. 
1 Elvis is in Vegas
I am in Vegas. You have old Elvis, young Elvis, little Elvis, fat Elvis. Is there a better place for an Elvis to retreat and stay hidden than a city full of people pretending to be Elvis? I have my personal theory that if he were alive today, he would be smart enough to hide in public. Which of the theories you heard today sounds the most credible? I just say. We will most likely never find out whether Elvis really left the building or not. 
About the Author: I play in a rock & # 39; n & # 39; roll band called Lefties in San Diego. @lefties_sd on media platforms. I've always had top 10 lists in my abstract mind, it's nice to have the opportunity to drain my brain.