Investigator claims ‘posthumous photo’ is proof Elvis Presley is alive
A veteran police investigator believes that Elvis Presley is not dead.
In an interview, Monte Nicholson, who has served at the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department for 19 years, has spoken of a mysterious photo which convinced him for this.
The King of Rock and Roll had passed away in 1977 at the age of 42. In his last years, he was immoderately eating food and using drug.
A journalist Tony Scherman had said, “this made him (The King) into a grotesque caricature of his sleek, energetic former self”.
Soon after the singer’s death, a man who claimed to have worked with Elvis had approached the retired cop.
Speaking on 1990 documentary ‘The Elvis Files’, Monte described the 1977 encounter with this mysterious man.
“One day, he showed up at work and had pictures of Elvis Presley getting in a helicopter which looked like a government helicopter,” Monte said.
“There were men surrounding Elvis also getting into the helicopter who looked like what we often see depicted as government agents, with the blazers and the wire in their ear and what not.
“That pictured in itself was not particularly suspicious as it is common knowledge that Elvis himself was involved as an honorary police officer with many police agencies all over the country.
“The interesting thing, the curious thing about this pictured is that this individual claimed it was taken several hours after Elvis allegedly died.”
Monte again contacted the man and demanded to see the photos again, but the man denied showing them without getting money. The cop arranged a meeting with him on another time and location, but the man was never seen since then.