Elvis Presley brought the world to a standstill on August 16, 1977, when it was announced the King of Rock n Roll had died. The King was pronounced death at his home in Graceland, Memphis, in his bathroom after a cardiac arrest. He was with his fiancée Ginger Alden at the time.
Despite the huge public announcement, fans of the King have suggested that he didn't really die.
Instead, people have come to believe that he faked his death after a slew of "sightings" were reported in various local newspapers.
Over the years supposed evidence was presented on how the King wasn't actually dead.
And a lot of this evidence was collated by Gene Smith in his TV special, The Elvis Files.
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Elvis Presley alive: The King's death certificate was examined (Image: GETTY)
Elvis Presley alive: The handwriting was examined, proving they were written by the same person (Image: GETTY)
During this show he welcomed handwriting analyst Paul Weast to look at Elvis' death certificate.
The certificate was presented by the medical examiner, however many people posited that the handwriting on the certificate looked a lot like Elvis' own hand.
On the show Paul was provided a letter written by Elvis, and the death certificate.
Comparing the two, he went on to give his results live on TV - shocking people who were looking for