• Who Murdered Elvis?

  • By: Stephen B. Ubaney
  • Narrated by: Richard Batson
  • Length: 6 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-24-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stephen B. Ubaney
  • 4 out of 5 stars 3.8 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If it was a medical fact that Elvis Presley was allergic to codeine, and there was no sign of anaphylaxis present in the body at the autopsy, how did a mega dose of Codeine show up in the toxicology report? If codeine is not in the body, it can't be in the toxicology report; so how did it get there? Who put it there? There is a massive cover-up going on.
It's shocking to learn that the first words out of Vernon Presley's mouth when he learned of his son's death were "My god! They've murdered my son!" It's even more shocking to learn that immediately following the funeral, Elvis' father accused members of the Memphis Mafia of murdering Elvis. Elvis' father wasn't alone; Presley's doctor, girlfriend, chief of security, and even some of his movie co-stars thought there was evidence of foul play. When Elvis' body was removed from Graceland to be taken to the hospital, criminal Investigators were immediately dispatched to the death scene; the upstairs of Graceland. When they arrived, the entire death scene had been sanitized. An investigation wasn't possible; who ordered it?
Meanwhile, back at the hospital, all of Elvis Presley's stomach contents were being dumped down the sink so they could not be analyzed. About this time, Joe Esposito, Elvis' road manager and group foreman had just told the cameras that he had found Elvis dead in bed! Two hours later, his story had changed. That night, the investigator's car was burglarized, and the only items missing were the notes and photos of the death scene. Thirty years later, an Elvis researcher was murdered on his way to give the key note speech at an Elvis Presley research conference. He had just purchased letters written by Elvis naming people who were threatening his life. The previously unpublished and unknown facts of Elvis Presley's death have been hidden for years, but now, finally, the truth must be told.
©2013 Stephen B. Ubaney (P)2016 Stephen B. Ubaney
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