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  1. Elvis Aaron Presley was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, to Vernon Elvis (April 10, 1916 – June 26, 1979) and Gladys Love (née Smith; April 25, 1912 – August 14, 1958) Presley in a two-room shotgun house that his father built for the occasion.

  2. He had acquired deals with RCA and 20th Century Fox to make sure Presley's return to public life would go as smoothly as possible. Paramount, too, had signed deals to produce a number of new Presley films after his release; what would eventually become G.I. Blues was agreed upon for $175,000 and a three-picture option was also included. [12]

  3. A similar looking man was seen working as a groundskeeper for Graceland, and was also believed to be Elvis. A group of people believe that Elvis was somehow involved with the Mafia during his time as a rock star, served as an undercover agent and was found out. Thus, they believe he faked his own death to try to fool the mafia. References

  4. Nichopoulos began treating Presley in 1967 for saddle pain, and took it on as a full-time job in 1970 until Presley's death in 1977. His son Dean Nichopoulos sometimes served as an assistant for Presley, taking care of his wardrobe. George Nichopoulos was not present at Graceland the day Elvis died.

  5. Jun 24, 2022 · They finalized their divorce a year later on October 9, 1973, and went on to share custody of Lisa Marie before Elvisdeath on August 16, 1977, at the age of 42 years old.

  6. Jun 23, 2022 · Following his split from Thompson, and a brief relationship with a woman named Mindi Miller, Elvis began dating Ginger Alden who he dated for nine months until his death in 1977 at the age of 42.

  7. Elvis returned to Memphis from filming Jailhouse Rock on June 26 1957 and that day would be Elvis' very first night sleeping at Graceland. So perhaps Elvis visiting Sam Phillips on June 27 1957, and bumping in to Roy Orbison at the house is a good possibility.

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