Elvis Presley: The FBI Files

Released December 6, 2007 is the 780 pages paperback book entitled "Elvis Presley: The FBI Files" by Federal Bureau of Investigation. The book is published by Filibust (ISBN-10: 1599862433 / ISBN-13: 978-1599862439).

Book Description

Elvis Presley: The FBI Files contains the actual original and declassified criminal investigation files related to rock and roll musican Elvis Presley. Although Elvis Presley was never the subject of an FBI investigation, the FBI maintained records filed under his name consisting of copies of letters from members of the public commenting on his performances, newspaper clippings, and documents reporting that Elvis Presley was the target of extortion attempts. This publication is being published and made available now for the first time in a paperback book edition for those interested in the history surrounding music legend Elvis Presley.
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Devon (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 30, 2007report abuse
Please, how far are people going to go to make a buck.
Ruthie (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 26, 2007report abuse
Trust me -save your money! I have the hardback & coming out in paperback isn't going to make it any better!
Lefty (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 25, 2007report abuse
Jeez! Doesn't the FBI have better things to do?
Viva (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 25, 2007report abuse
The real story here are the documents relating to Frederick Pro, and Elvis' Jetstar aircraft. The rest of the files are, for the most part at least, totally uninteresting. Most of the documents relating to the extortion (These form a huge part of the FBI files on Elvis), were censored on the grounds of "National Security" amongst other things, which only makes you think all the more about what was really going on. Does this book decipher and explain these documents, or is it just a compilation of photocopies? This is a fascinating area of Elvis's life which could really do with an intelligent and independant examination.
Elvisnites (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 24, 2007report abuse
I think it would make for some good reading. Its always interesting to see what the FBI makes of us little people. If nothing else it might be worth a few good chuckles. Especially if Mr. Tu Tu is involved. On a serious note, I understand they were involved in a few cases of death threats on Elvis. I'd read it.
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 24, 2007report abuse
This was done under a very "sick" man J Edgar Hoover who had the goods on everybody excluding himself. Better you watch Elvis singing Fairytale on U-tube thats something one can enjoy.

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