Thats according to St. Louis-based novice Elvis historian Bill Beeny who, along with another Memphis doctor, in 1999 took biopsy tissue samples from Elvis dating back to 1973 and 1975 and compared them to tissue samples of the cadaver buried at Graceland.
Their findings are that the DNA from 1973 and 1975 dont match up with the DNA in the casket.
Beeny claims that, based on interviews with Lois Smith, Presleys only living aunt, the King wasnt a drug user, he just posed as one to help the Drug Enforcement Administration to nail a Caribbean drug lord.
Beeny claims Elvis was scheduled to appear in court August 16, 1977, to testify in a case, but staged his death to thwart drug lords from threatening his life and his daughters, Lisa Marie.
Beeny details the complete findings in his new book, Elvis DNA Proves Hes Alive (Branden).
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