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The Truth about Elvis Aron Presley: In His Own Words Paperback – May 1 2001


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  • Paperback: 88 pages
  • Publisher: American Literary Press (May 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561676764
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561676767
  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 13.7 x 0.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 145 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #933,795 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Nov. 29 2003
Format: Paperback
There was tons of information on the website until someone shut it down (it's still there, but it's blank). If it is not true then why won't they leave the website alone? Is it a threat because it is true? If it is just some "crackpot" why bother?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Dec 26 2002
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I absoulutely love this book! It is indeed a must read for all elvis presley fans! I've never been interested in Elvis, but this book grabbed my interest entirely! Mr. Hinton has pictures, and detailed letters in the book that are actually real!! Call me crazy but I belive him!!! Elvis also wrote a heartfelt introduction to his fans about why he did what he did. I DEFINATLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK (To non-elvis fans as well)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris Moore on Dec 25 2002
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The evidence is very compelling, especially the photograph of old Elvis with his grandson, which I assume is one of Lisa Marie's children. I actually compared that to a young elvis photograph. If you look around the eyebrows and the bridge of the nose, as well as the ball shape of his cheekbones, there's a definite resemblence, even after plastic surgery (perhaps the reason he says in one of his letters that he's unsatisfied with the plastic surgery job he got).
It makes you wonder, what did Elvis think of Lisa Marie and Michael Jackson? What did he think of Lisa Marie and Nicolas Cage? Did they break up because Elvis didn't approve? Has Nicolas Cage met Elvis?
True, there probably aren't dental records for his gold tooth removal. If you were a dentist, would YOU want that kind of record? No, they'd think you were nuttier than a payday candy bar. The dentist probably said let's just keep this little transaction to ourselves.
Dr. Hinton seems very honest and sincere, I mean he's a psychiatrist, he's worked hard to get where he is, do you think he would sacrifice potentially his license to practice psychiatry to write a book saying he thinks Elvis is alive? Dr. Hinton knew the right people, and he was in the right place at the right time. Elvis (Jesse) wanted to tell his fans the truth, and Dr. Hinton was his writer. Great job Dr. Hinton, write another one!
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Great book and very truthful......

It all makes sense now and after reading it and seeing the proof.....

I always had thought that Elvis wanted out and reading the book proved it to me..........

You will always have those people who will never believe it no matter what is said........

Those people never want to believe in anything only what is negative........
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By Rita Lee Anan on June 30 2011
Format: Paperback
Although I purchased this book before,
it was stolen, I still have to read
the book as I am a great fan of
Elvis Presley.
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By A Customer on Oct. 27 2003
Format: Paperback
Well what do you know. It's the year 2003, almost 2004 and no evidence whatsoever to support the idea that Elvis is alive. Elvis is dead, and so is this book.
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By A Customer on Jan. 6 2003
Format: Paperback
I believe this entire book is a sham.
Where Do I begin?
After reading it, looking at the presented "evidence", I have concluded that absolutely nothing presented would lead ANYONE to think Elvis is alive.
Here are the facts: they justify the physical appearance being wrong by saying Elvis had plastic surgery in the 80's and a stroke last year (02), they justify his lack of DNA and fingerprints by saying NO real Elvis DNA exists, so we cannot compare it to anything. They say Lisa Marie loves her dad, and she believes it's really him, but then say she is not willing to provide DNA to prove it's him.
They provide a hair sample to the Doctor, KNOWING he will never be able to prove its from Elvis. It might be poodle hair as far as he knows.
They say it's over money, and Elvis Presley Enterprises is concealing the truth. And o yeah, "they" don't trust "Jesse" with any cash, so he has to live off other people. So he is a nomad, traveling around, alone and broke, hoping his "true" fans will care for him.
My take is that we have a impersonator from the 80's, who made a lot of money pretending to be Elvis, singing, waving, and dancing, then he got old and thought, gee wheeze, I had this surgery, and now I look old and hideous, so I might as well continue my charade. Yeah, that's the ticket, and on top that, I am not going to work for the rest of my life, because I am going to find idiots who think I'm Elvis and support me.
Fact: No where in this book does Dr. Hinton say he has ACTUALLY MET this guy. (Dr. Hinton has, however, given money and plenty of drugs to this guy though) To be fair though, "Jesse" has provided memorabilia that belonged to Elvis. To be unfair, it is complete junk you can buy in the Graceland plaza for ten bucks.
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I don't beleive the content of the book. Why? Because the Missouri Board of Healing Arts in Jefferson City, Missouri did a full investigation of the "mysterious patient". Here is what they released as results: Dr Hinton was writing painkiller prescriptions for a WOMAN, her initials are "LS" according to the released report. He wrote her 34,000 units of painkillers over several years, falsefied his records as to amounts given her, funnelled the drugs thru 8 different pharmacies so the volumn wouldn't be noticed. This is a HUGE amount of painkillers-no one person could take them all at one time and live. The Dr. had not even contacted the patient's previous doctors to get meducal records or consult on the patient's history. It was all done over the phone, not based on office visits to Hinton's office-there were none! The board made the doctor sign a "settlement" agreement with the State of Missouri. Where did the drugs really go? Ever wonder how drugs get into schools, bars, parties when they are manufactured under tight controls and available only from a pharmacy? Maybe this is how! The doctor didn't tell the truth and falsefied his medical records-therefore I don't trust a word he says.
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