Elvis' DNA Proves He's Alive

Released in Germany is a book by Bill Beeny. In this 112 pages book he tries to prove that Elvis is still alive through Elvis DNA. The book was released in May (ISBN: 0828320896).
Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Updated: Jun 22, 2005 
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EspenK (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 6, 2005report abuse
Actually, if I saw this book on an airport while waiting for departure I would definately bought it and looked forward to some entertaining hours on the plane.
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2005report abuse
To paraphrase the great 1987 Tom Petty-Bob Dylan composition, " Take back Vanessa Redgrave; Take back Joe Piscopo; Take back Bill Beeny; Give 'em all someplace to go ... Quit jammin' me!" This kind of nonsense really has to stop, doesn't it? If we all say no to this type of (il)literary claptrap, perhaps one day the well will finally run dry due to a lack of both profit and interest.
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2005report abuse
Elvis is dead !!! Don't give me this crap !
ep010835 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2005report abuse
Christ on a bike. Now that's clever! I like it.
Viva (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 28, 2005report abuse
Christ on a bike, I cannot believe some of the postings on this article. There is not one shred of evidence to suggest that Elvis faked his death. As for him being pictured in a wheelchair on the lawn of Graceland, if he was to pull off the disappearance of the century, do you honestly believe he would do such a thing? I suppose he still had a jumpsuit on with a huge quiff singing "Rolling on a wheelchair" to the tune of "Proud Mary". As for his life insurance never being claimed, who says that? (Apart from that vulture Gail Brewer Giorgio) where's the proof? There is none 'cause it's all a load of b/s. The ambulance guys said he was dead, the Autopists said he was dead, the chief investigator for the coroners office was on the scene and said he was dead. How the **** can you get an imposter to be Elvis on the slab, complete with all identifying scars and markings. Think about it for christs sake. If you knew anything about Elvis, then this book would not even be a consideration, I suspect that the title is avery misleading one and will actually prove nothing, except how gullable some people really are. Elvislinx: your comments, apart from the first one, have absolutely nothing to do with this topic and, in addition, make no sense whatsoever, so please for clarity try to make a point. The one thing people don't seem to accept is that, while he obviously had problems, as Peter Guralnick wrote: Elvis Presley actually LIKED being Elvis Presley.
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 28, 2005
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elvislinx (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 28, 2005report abuse
Subject: Is Elvis still alive ?? Reply to Emmablue73 and Cathyreno, Lex, Todd, Renan and Tony.
"Only two years ago I was in Canada and a Magazine had on the front page Elvis sitting in a wheelchair with a nurse pushing him on the lawn of Graceland, after visiting hours....Looking great and grey haired of course. The story mentionned that he made a secret deal with when he went to see Pres Nixon in Wash DC to go undercover and arrange for a dummy/lookalike to be prepared (after the unknown in Memphis) person died. Obviously, it happened so called just the day before he'd be back on tour and we know the rest of the story, we think...
In the US everybody knows everything is possible for the right sum of money and only for ultra-special celebrities (say Frank Sinatra, Elvis, etc). The article further claims that NOBAODY has ever claimed Elvis life insurance... and that Elvis lives a very quite life somewhere near TN... and occasionally (when he misses the limelight) moves into the upper-his-quarters of Graceland where he spots his loyal fans tour the place. DO remember that there is NO celebrity who had so much admiration and appreciation for his/her fans than Elvis. Other stars in Beverly Hills or Hollywood call the police when fans show up for autographs as their doors. Elvis was or ?is? the King, always was/is...
Your comments would be appreciated!! Is it? Could it be? Am I, Was I? all in Elvis' proper own words. people should give it further thought. Giles and Vindevogel and Knudsen and Ger and Ernst's vision on this please
elvislady (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 26, 2005report abuse
this one will not be making it into my elvis book libary. who wrights this rubbish.
cathyreno (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 25, 2005report abuse
This person who has wrote this book must think we fans are total idiots, let Elvis rest in peace
pasa-ryu (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 24, 2005report abuse
rubbish, hope this dont sell a single copy! what an awful disgrace.
SendToTodd (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 23, 2005report abuse
Bill Beeny won't make a bean out of his book, because titles like this don't sell enough copies to cover the origination costs. But Beeny and his publisher will made a shed-load of beans if the tabloids pick up the serialisation rights. DNA is an interesting topic because if you really do have a piece of Elvis' hair, then in the future you might be able to clone the King. My DNA proves that I've been dead for years, but much to a few peoples' annoyance I'm still around, and I intend to be around for many many years to come. He He!
cheerhater (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 23, 2005report abuse
Hi I would never buy a book like this I read books on him some are good some are not
Lex (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 23, 2005report abuse
Sean, reading books doesn't mean you believe them. There is nothing wrong with reading someone else's fantasies. On the other hand, millions of people do believe (partial) fantasies, written almost 2000 years ago, even without having read them. In my opinion that is even more stupid than believing anything what you read, but that is something completely different :-).
What does surprise me, is that this book is released in Europe, it is something you would expect more at the other side of the ocean. As a matter of fact it intrigues me so much I am almost thinking of buying it. By the way, there is a book with Elvis on the moon already, so good luck with your Mars one, but your approach isn't very good if you say "buy this if you have money to burn".
Sean Ryan (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 22, 2005report abuse
emmablue 73: Oh dear.This book seems to be just for you. The fan who has money to burn and will believe anything that is written about him. Sorry, but to think Elvis had to disappear for goverment reasons is just so far-fetched. Its not hard to tell at all. All you have to do is use your brain. I think i,ll write a book about Elvis living on Mars. Im sure that will appeal to you emmablue. I will let you know when its out.
mickile (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 22, 2005report abuse
Too many people wrote stuff about Elvis - everything from his eating habits to bowel movements but this is ridiculous. Other than Guralnick, not too many writers are credible when it comes to Elvis. This is just a pure capitalistic opportunity at the expense of Elvis and it WILL NOT be on my to-read list.
emmablue73 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 22, 2005report abuse
I think at times there may be reason to believe that Elvis had to disappear for goverment reasons. It is so hard to tell though. I have read practically every book written about Elvis. There are so many scenarios regarding his death. It is OK for people to have their own belief regarding his death. I choose to believe that dead or alive he is in a much better place than he ever could have been here.
Sean Ryan (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 22, 2005report abuse
WOW. That is so believable. Cant wait to get this. DUh. Its amazing what people will do to get money and the sad thing is that some fans will proberly buy this.

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