Even after 30 years there are still many people around the world that believe the life of Elvis Aaron Presley didn't end in the bathroom of his Graceland home on August 16 1977. There are a range of theories put forward by believers, from Elvis being in the witness protection program or that a fake body was used for his coffin.The truth:
Elvis had a prescription drug addiction since he was in the US Army when he took amphetamines to stay awake. At the time of his death he was overweight and had received 199 prescriptions from his doctor in the opening months of 1977 alone. Unfortunately it seems that the King's rock'n'roll lifestyle did kill him and the official verdict of a sudden and violent heart attack fits.
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