Elvis Presley: The Truth Behind The Legend

See through the lies! It’s now or never!

The Heavy Burden of Hard Living

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While enjoying a successful comeback in his music career in the late 1960s, Elvis maintained his anti-Illuminati assassination work with J. Edgar Hoover, carrying out the killing of the original Paul McCartney in 1966 and the drug-related murders in 1970 of Illuminati-affiliated musicians Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin.  Later that year, J. Edgar Hoover encouraged Elvis to assassinate President Richard Nixon in what would have likely been a suicide mission.  Though Elvis came close, he changed his mind at the last moment and pretended the handgun he brought was a gift. He then made up a story about wanting to dismantle “hippie culture” and to become a “Federal Agent at Large” in the war against drugs until Nixon regarded him as merely eccentric.

Elvis and Nixon
(Elvis Presley and
Richard Nixon)

Hoover was furious at Elvis’ disobedience, but valued his pupil too much to carry a grudge.  So they continued their assault on other popular musicians of the day.  Notably, in July of 1971, Elvis killed Doors vocalist Jim Morrison with a heroin overdose, and used an experimental heart-damaging poison, developed by Hoover, to kill Louis Armstrong. 

By this point, Elvis’ mounting body count began to take its toll on the 36-year-old singer, and he drowned his frustrations with sex and drugs.  His violent double life also began to spill over into his public persona, as he nearly murdered Mike Stone, a karate instructor who had been sleeping with Elvis’ wife, Priscilla.  The strain of Elvis’ darkening personality led the couple to separate in February of 1972, largely because Elvis was afraid of what he might do if he ever lost control.  Meanwhile, Hoover’s assassination requests were more and more frequently declined.

Mike Stone
(Mike Stone,
Priscilla’s lover)

On May 1st, Elvis came to see Hoover one final time, to return all the assassination tools the FBI director had given him.  Elvis wanted out of their arrangement, but Hoover wouldn’t allow it.  They argued for more than an hour, and when the topic of discussion turned to Elvis’ late mother, Hoover accidentally let slip a secret he’d kept to himself for fourteen years: Hoover, himself, had been the one responsible for Gladys Presley’s death, not the Illuminati.  In a rage, Elvis injected Hoover with the same experimental drug he’d used on Louis Armstrong the previous summer. 

Hoover was found dead the following morning, but this would not be the end of his influence on Elvis’ life….

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Written by elvistruth

February 12, 2008 at 3:21 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. …seriously? LOL I’m sorry. I’m so sorry.

    Monica

    June 16, 2011 at 3:39 am

  2. you are f’n crazy…..
    but it’s still not stopping me from reading all this crazy stuff, lol.
    but in all seriousness..
    I have always wondered why “fluffy” movie stars have always appeared with presidents….it’s always the big ones too.
    Always thought that was weird.

    mj

    September 8, 2014 at 1:03 am


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