The singer "Hound Dog" would have beaten 84 today, had he not passed away August 16, 1977, only 42 years old. Elvis died in his home after suffering a cardiac arrest, saying he was taken to follow his years of prescription drug abuse. However, some refuse to accept this as the truth, with rumors circulating, he left a sign of his tombstone to prove he is still alive.
The star's tombstone to the grave of Memphis, Tennessee, USA, reads as follows: "Elvis Aaron Presley.
"He was a valuable gift from God, we loved and loved loved ones."
But fans have pointed out that the middle name, Aaron, is not spelled correctly.
They quickly pointed out that the birth certificate spells the name "Aaron".
A YouTube video was uploaded in January 2016, and revealed the bombshell find, and now the same recording has again become popular.
One comment read, "Elvis is still alive".
While another suggested, "Let him live his life in peace."
Gail Brewer-Giorgio, the American author, yesterday made headlines after it was claimed that she had a vote of Elvis from 1981 – four years after his death.
In the band, a man who sounds like Elvis says: "People always ask me where I live, and of course I can't say, but it's a good place to hide.
"It was an island that I learned a long time ago, and I guess I always knew that someday I would probably use it.
"Anyway, I must have spent a year on the island.
"I started traveling all over the world and it has been nice, but there has been a constant struggle to grow beard and this and to stay away from being recognized."
He continues: "I realize that sooner or later it will end.
"You know I hate to think it's going to end, but I sometimes know the secret [of being alive] must be released, and if it hadn't been to get involved in what I'm involved in now, things and so, maybe that would be different.
"As far as nationally, I think it would be foolish to come back to something that has taken me so long to get out of."
Speech recognition expert L.H. Williams later claimed that Elvis was talking.
He said, "The familiar voice of Elvis Presley compared to the voice of this tape is the same."
Many have disputed Elvis's death because of the inconsistencies and complications of the body's autopsy.
Dr. Jerry Francisco had offered a cause of death before medical examination was completed, claiming that the underlying disease was cardiac arrhythmia, a condition that can only be determined in someone who is still alive.
Elvis's father, Vernon Presley, added fuel to the fire when he had the result of the autopsy sealed for 50 years, which means we don't want to know the truth until 2027.
It was also expressed by Dr. George Nichopoulos, who was later cleared of some errors, had prescribed more than 10,000 doses of sedatives, amphetamines and drugs in the eight months before the death.
His license was suspended for three months, and it was permanently revoked in the 1990s after the Tennessee Medical Board incurred new prescription charges.