Watch: Elvis Still Alive and Spotted at Graceland?

An enthusiastic believer that Elvis Presley faked his death claims that new footage captures The King hiding in plain sight at Graceland under the guise of a groundskeeper.

In the video, which was filmed at the estate on June 1st, a stout man sporting a white beard and ponytail appears to be innocently working on the grounds at Graceland.

However, when he walks towards the camera, the man makes a motion with his hand which has set Elvis conspiracy theorists into a frenzy.

Seemingly simply scratching his head, some observers contend that the man is making a 'V' symbol as a way of surreptitiously indicating that he is, indeed, really Elvis.

As such, proponents of the death hoax theory have studiously compared the gait of the groundskeeper to the way Elvis used to walk as well as other small details which they believe confirm that the iconic musician is still alive.

The creator of the video also claims that previous footage of the groundskeeper from this past May was confirmed to be Elvis by former employees of Graceland.

That such an explosive secret would be known by former workers at the estate without it being revealed to the media makes such claims appear to be rather dubious at best.

Skeptics, of course, insist that Elvis died in 1977 and that any subsequent 'sightings' of The King are merely wishful thinking on the part of his fans.

The theory that Elvis faked his death is an enduring, albeit widely ridiculed, conspiracy theory which has spawned similar ideas surrounding other dead musicians including Tupac Shakur and Michael Jackson.

Coast Insiders looking to learn more about the infamous Elvis death hoax theory can check out R. Gary Patterson and Xaviant Haze's 3/5/2015 appearance on the program.

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Source: Express

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