Millions of fans around the world mourned the death of the King of Rock ’n‘ Roll, Elvis Presley, on the 16th August 1977.
Despite the many rumours that Elvis is still alive and that he faked his own death, his ghost has been reported in several locations, including his former home, Graceland, in Memphis (now a tourist attraction) and at the Heartbreak Hotel on Elvis Presley Blvd., near Graceland. Elvis’s ghost also has been spotted at the Nashville recording studios, where he made some early records. Many people over the years have snapped photos of Elvis – or whom they claim is Elvis – gazing out of upstairs windows at Graceland. People have also reported seeing him standing near his grave, and he has also been spotted hurrying up the stairs inside Graceland.
The Ghost of Elvis, dressed in a white-sequined suit, has also been seen by stagehands at the Las Vegas Hilton where he often performed in the early 1970s. Elvis’s Ghost has also been seen in a dilapidated old building just off Nashville’s Music Row, which had once housed the recording studios of RCA in the 1950’s. This is where Elvis recorded his breakthrough single, Heartbreak Hotel, in 1956. Staff there claim that every time Elvis’s name is mentioned, something weird happens. For example, ladders fall down, lights pop or go out, and unexplained noises can be heard coming through the sound system.
After the death of Elvis, many psychics claimed to be in touch with his spirit. In America, a prime-time television special was produced about Elvis‘ psychic mediums. Professor Hans Holzer thoroughly tested the most credible claimants and concluded that only Dorothy Sherry, a New York medium, was genuine. The séances with Dorothy Sherry were made with the co-operation of David Stanley, Elvis‘ half-brother, who corroborated the messages as being definite proof that Elvis was still communicating from beyond the grave.Immobilienmakler Heidelberg Makler Heidelberg
Source by Alan Toner