“Elvis isn’t dead… he just went home.” – Men In Black I
According to history, Elvis – the King of Rock & Roll – died 35 year ago, but of course perhaps one of the biggest conspiracies is the claim that he isn’t really dead. If you happen to visit Memphis or Las Vegas you’re sure to bump in to him everywhere, and even in the 1997 hit film “Men In Black” writers couldn’t resist tossing in a line for the king when Agent Kay (played by Tommy Lee Jones) responds to Agent Jay’s (played by Will Smith) comment “You know Elvis is dead, right?” with the great line, “Elvis isn’t dead… he just went home.” All kidding aside though, one of the facts about Elvis that people probably don’t know is that he had numerous UFO sightings in his life. It’s true!
Many of his sightings reportedly took place in Mississippi, one of which was said to have been seen on the very day he was born (more reason to suspect he was, in fact, and alien in disguise). Elvis also claimed… or at least those around him claimed that he claimed… to have experienced some sort of “telepathic communication” with extraterrestrials. Could they have passed him the lyrics or music for some of his most famous songs? And in typical sales fashion, some of those who knew Elvis exclaim, “but wait, there’s more!” There are, in fact, numerous documented instances with Elvis – accompanied by others – observed strange lights in the skies on various instances.
At this time, however, unless Elvis cares to make entrance by coming off a UFO – or be contacted during a seance – we will likely never know the full extent of his UFO experiences. Though the sightings reported to have taken place with people around are documented, we simply don’t know what The King truly felt about UFOs. Those who were close to him say he was openminded, spiritual, and even “metaphysical” about his beliefs. And that he expressed a strong belief in the idea that we are not alone here in the universe, and that UFOs were actually extraterrestrial craft. So this seems like another mystery that’s left up to you to decide for yourselves. What do YOU believe?