NOTICE: The items listed on these pages are of our opinion only. There is no exact science to finding what is real and what is not (i.e. Autographs) and so we can only try our best to give you our thoughts
and advice. The final decision is of course your own, we cannot be help responsible for any decisions made by any individual regarding the purchase of any items listed or NOT on these pages.
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THE F.B.E.I LONG INVESTIGATION - Here's a different set up to our F.B.E.I. page's which we have done due to Elvis Express Radio going into battle with an auction house as they
feature many Lots consigned by our old "friend", Bill Kinard. Let's take a look at what NON Elvis items were trying to be sold to unknowing fans.
Did you know, Elvis Presley's childhood home will soon be up for sale?

Well, apparently it will be in November, according to the current owner, Mr Bill Kinard....Yep, he's back again!

The last time Bill Kinard popped up was back in January of this year when he was peddling (again) the FAKE Aloha jumpsuit along with the beautiful pink Cadillac, that while being
beautiful, still has NO EVIDENCE that it ever belonged to Elvis Presley. And then there was all the other stuff he has which he claims are Elvis owned items and which again has
absolutely no credibility.

Elvis Express Radio has been going up against Mr Kinard since 2009, successfully challenging his many attempts to sell off various items over the years which all started back when
he claimed to own "Elvis Presley's TCB Tour Bus" which EER hosts, Lee and Joe not only went on to prove the bus was NEVER Elvis' tour bus, but they also went on to prove Mr
Kinards claims regarding the "Pink 1957 Cadillac", the "Aloha from Hawaii Jumpsuit" and other items which he claimed belonged to Elvis Presley.  Lee also went on to prove beyond
all reasonable doubt that the 'Bluesmobile' which Mr Kinard stated was the original from the Blues Brothers movie was nothing like the original and was a FAKE.

He even opened a museum in Tupelo and employed the help of

But all this debate became totally defunct when in January 2014, EER was sent a very detailed email from Bill Kinard, telling his side of the story, and would go on to write the
following words....

*****  
My mistake was having a web site put up and in the excitement telling the world that I was having Elvis' TCB Tour Bus brought to Tupelo, along with Elvis' 1957
Pink & Black Cadillac.

It was an honest mistake as I truly believed from the communications and documents I had the bus belonged to Elvis.

I admit after all this time I was wrong for not listening to Lee Dawson and Joe Krien from Elvis Express Radio that the bus didn't belong to Elvis but to JD Sumner.  

However, when Joe called me out the clear blue, I didn’t know who Joe Krien was nor anything about Lee Dawson and Elvis Express Radio!
I now accept that I was too ready to listen to the false history of the bus and other items claiming to have been the personal property of Elvis Presley.

However, the documents we had, the conversations we had with others and especially conversations with Keith Boswell and the photos he gave us showing it was Elvis'
original tour bus from 1976/77,
I just wouldn't listen to anyone else.  *****

I want to draw your attention to the following sentence's as written by Bill Kinard in his email;
"I admit after all this time I was wrong for not listening to Lee Dawson and Joe
Krien from Elvis Express Radio"
and then we have; "I now accept that I was too ready to listen to the false history of the bus and other items claiming to have been the
personal property of Elvis Presley"
.

And now here we are once again, after failing to sell the Cadillac, Aloha suit and other odds and sods back in January of this year, Kinard has drawn interest from yet another
auction house in his latest attempt to shift the FAKE Jumpsuit, NON Elvis owned Cadillac and other questionable items. BUT this time round there's a new sales pitch, this time the
Press Release claims ...
Elvis Presley's childhood home will soon be up for sale.

The press release goes on to say,
"Elvis' land and home in Tupelo (known collectively as Elvis Presley Heights) will be auctioned off on November 11, along with some
other legendary memorabilia. The 16.5-acre property includes a house built by his father Vernon and uncle Vester. Elvis and his mother Gladys lived at the home when
Elvis was young"
.

The wording of this press release makes you immediately think of the Birthplace, but obviously it's not. And again, as with the pink Cadillac etc, there is not one piece of evidence
that this property owned by Bill Kinard has anything to do with Elvis Presley. Oh and In addition to the "home", the 1957 pink Cadillac and that FAKE jewel-encrusted Aloha jumpsuit
which are never far away, will also be auctioned off along with other items, which no doubt will include the FAKE red Elvis In Concert tour jacket, the FAKE red concert scarf, the
FAKE 'Blue Suede Shoes' gold record and other equally questionable items.

In the past, Elvis Express Radio would always contact Bill Kinard when he came out with his "Elvis belongings" and try to help him out because in all fairness, we felt he had been
duped by the previous owners of these items, remember, the original letter of authenticity for the pink Cadillac was produced by the person / company that owned the thing, Hmmm?

So we tried to advise him and help him. Then as we've already reported, the day came when Bill Kinard wrote to us stating he was wrong not to listen to us regarding
"the false
history of the bus and other items claiming to have been the personal property of Elvis Presley"
. But, after this eventual admission, January 2017, Kinard eventually came
back and once again tried to sell his stuff (not including the bus. Thanks to the Courts, Kinard no longer owned that darn bus). This time round Kinard was spouting off that the Pink
Cadillac could fetch upwards of $3 million at auction, but announced that he would happily sell it for $1.2 million. As you do, just throw away 1.8 Million lmao. Kinard was also (as
usual) trying to sell all the other bits with their crazy stories etc.

Happily, none of Kinards ridiculously claimed items sold, every time he pops up to promote and attempt to sell these items, we try our best to find out and warn anyone we can. We
do not like to see any fellow fans being taken for a ride and seeing them paying out for something that is NOT what it is claimed to be.  

Elvis Express Radio has always contacted the source reporting the news and the auction house pointing out the real history behind these claims by Bill Kinard and this time is
nothing new.

BR Public Relations sent out the press release regarding the upcoming auction for the fabled childhood home of Elvis Presley, Cadillac and all the other crap. Our very own News
Hound-Dog, Tony Stuchbury took up the task of contacting BR PR to give them the heads up. What follows are the initial communications between Tony and Diane Blackman,
President of BR Public Relations

From: Tony (EER News Honud-Dog)     To: BR Public Relation
I wish to make you aware that the auction of what is being called Elvis Presleys home that was built by his father and grandfather is no such thing.
May I suggest some basic research on Mr Kinard and his fanciful Elvis stories and items?
You will be responsible for auctioning fake items with false descriptions that are easily able to be confirmed as such.
You might wish to look into Mr Kinards previous history and issues to save your auction house embarrassment?
I can provide links if you so desire.
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Our News Hound-Dog was sent an reply from BR PR which was obviously sent to him by mistake.

From: Diane Blackman (BR PR)    To: Tony (EER News Honud-Dog)
Brigitte, let’s discuss please. How he knew I was pitching the day my media alert when out and I began calling is beyond me, but I gather he will be calling the press about this.
You warned me!

So, BR PR states they were warned? Either this Brigette, warned the company against Kinards history, or, BR PR was warned that once this auction is announced, we would soon
contact trying to warn them about the things being sold off? Anyway, it continues... This time, Tony was sent the correct message.
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From: Diane Blackman (BR PR)    To: Tony (EER News Honud-Dog)
Hi Anthony, Our certificates of authenticity are by way of sworn written affidavits that have been signed and notarized by members of the Presley family.
What links are you referring to?

Signed and notarized by members of the PRESLEY family. REALLY?  Cannot help but wonder if that family member is Charlene Presley?
Charlene worked for Bill Kinard when he had his short lived, critically slammed 'Presley Heights Museum' a few years back. We certainly look forward to seeing what family "members"
have to say regarding the property, car, jumpsuit etc. As well as Charlene Presley, Bill Kinard has also sort the support from another questionable source by the name of Cricket
Coulter.
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Our News Hound-Dog then sent another email to Diane Blackman of BR Public Relations in order to show her and her company that the claims of Bill Kinard are not correct, and to
highlight this, the company has now been made aware that Bill Kinards claim that he owns Elvis' American eagle jumpsuit that he wore during his Aloha From Hawaii TV special in
1973 can easily be disproved, as it has been time and time again by EER. For example...Back in January this year (2017), the UK newspaper, the Daily Mail covered Kinards items
on offer and as a result, a Daily Mail reader made a comment, correctly, that Graceland has BOTH the original Aloha stage suits. But Bill Kinard, who has known this for years, Joe
and I told him and showed him repeatedly, replied with....
"No, the jump suit is not a replica and Graceland only has "one" of the originals on display. The jump suit was authenticated
by Dr. Nick who was with Elvis in Hawaii and said that this suit is genuine as he recognized a stain on the leg. He said, the jump suit is full of Elvis' DNA and for us not to clean it"

So, what did Tony send to BR Public Relations? A message as written by the head of Archives for GRACELAND explaining the history of these famous jumpsuits.

From: Tony (EER News Honud-Dog)    To: Diane Blackman (BR PR)
There are only TWO Aloha suits and Graceland have them both, therefore what Mr Kinard is trying to auction is fake.
Here's what Graceland say:

Answers from Angie Marchese (EPE) sent via e-mail and on their official message board
(edited to just highlight the TRUTH. Diane Blackman of BR PR was sent the uncut version).
The January 1973 receipt you are referring to is for the two (2) suits that are currently on exhibit at Graceland.
The jumpsuits are similar in appearance but, once studied, have a few noticeable differences and you can see them when you watch the Alternate Aloha and the broadcast show
which suit was worn when.

So, in August of 1977, here at Graceland there were two (2) eagle suits, one (1) short cape, one (1) calf length cape and two (2) belts. In 1978, upon the unveiling on the Elvis
statue at the Hilton, Vernon loaned to the Hilton for display one (1) of the suits, the short cape, a belt and a guitar. All of which were displayed there for many years. Upon coming off
exhibit, the items loaned to them by Vernon were then returned to EPE where they have been housed in the archives for several years.

There it is direct from GRACELAND. As we have been saying to Kinard, the media, auction houses etc for the past EIGHT (8) years, the suit is a FAKE, plus it's way to small to ever
have fit Elvis Presley. The whole claim along with everything else is a joke.

We are informing BR Public Relations of this issue because we don't want them to fall for this and to help them protect their own reputation, however, we can only advise them so far,
the final decision is down to them.

Local Memphis station, WMC Action News 5, have also reported on the press release from BR PR and even show a picture of Elvis wearing the American Eagle jumpsuit which is of
course, very misleading. Once again, EER's News Hound-Dog Tony has sent the history of the suit as sent to Diane Blackman, and also points out the following ...
Currently one suit is at Graceland and the other is still at The Westgate in Vegas. A quick call to EPE will confirm that there are only two and that they own them.
It is therefore misleading to show a picture of Elvis wearing one if them in your story because neither of them are in the auction.

That's that for the moment, we will keep you all updated as we get further information regarding the attempt to sell on these bogus items.

TO BE CONTINUED........
Bill Kinard is back & claims this house was lived in by Gladys & young Elvis? He also claims it was built by Vernon & Vester Presley? These claims, along with most others  
made by Mr Kinard is ridiculous. Also, Kinard is still trying to tout what he claims was Elvis' suit worn for the 'Aloha From Hawaii' TV special. When he tried to sell this very
same suit in January this year (2017), A Daily Mail reader commented correctly that Graceland has BOTH the original Aloha stage suits. Bill Kinard replied with.... "No, the  
jump suit is not a replica and Graceland only has "one" of the originals on display. The jump suit was authenticated by Dr. Nick who was with Elvis in Hawaii and said that
this suit is genuine as he recognized a stain on the leg. He said, the jump suit is full of Elvis' DNA and for us not to clean it".... Hmmm NOT, pictured you will see Kinard
holding his replica suit, while the TWO authentic American Eagle jumpsuits are shown on display in GRACELAND!
ELVIS' TUPELO CHILDHOOD HOME TO BE SOLD?
Elvis Express Radio's Lee Dawson takes a look at the latest wild claims from Kinards catalogue of cr@#....ummm, stuff
LAWYERS, STORY CHANGE & FAKE PROVED
In a rather important update to Elvis Express Radio's continuing task of doing our very best to prevent the sale of totally FAKE items that are claimed to have been the personal
property of Elvis Presley, we were sent a letter from a lawyer regarding our challenge to the claims that Bill Kinard was submitting to auction, a house which he claimed was built by
Vernon and Vester Presley and was the Childhood home of Elvis and his Mother, Gladys.

This is a relatively new claim from Kinard, but for the last 9 years we have been trying to put a stop to his continued attempts to sell several bogus claims regarding various items
that he, despite admitting being wrong to us in writing, continues to try and pass off as real?

One of the biggest items is what Bill Kinard has, for 9 years, claimed to be one of the 2 American Eagle jumpsuits that Elvis had made for his Aloha From Hawaii TV Special in 1973.
We at EER has NEVER GIVEN UP on this (and other items) knowing beyond any doubt that the jumpsuit Kinard had is nothing more than a REPLICA made for an IMPersonator, who
was on the rather small size. GRACELAND has on several occasions confirmed that they actually OWN both suits.

Now where was I? Oh yes, after our public alerts to these various items once again raising their heads, EER's Lee Dawson and EER's Tony "News Hound-Dog" Stuchbury where
sent a legal letter from a lawyer which we publish below...
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MICHAK LEGAL

October 4, 2017
Elvis Express Radio

Re: Auction of Certain Elvis Presley Memorabilia on Behalf of Bill Kinard

Dear Mr. Dawson:
I represent a company preparing to expose certain items of Elvis Presley memorabilia for
sale at auction.

The auction is scheduled to include certain items from the collection of Bill Kinard.

It has been brought to my attention that you contend certain Elvis Presley related items
owned by Mr. Kinard are, in fact, fakes. It is my understanding, however, that
you have not
personally inspected any of the items
in Mr. Kinard’s collection, and that your claims are largely
based on a generalized understanding of Mr. Presley and his career.

The auction company conducted due diligence in its efforts to verify the provenance of
each item of the Kinard collection included in the auction. Such
verification has come from
Presley family members, as well as friends and associates of Mr. Presley
.

By contrast, it appears that
your concerns are mere suspicions, that do not provide a basis to
abandon the sale or to reject the authenticity of any of the items in the Kinard collection.

Please be advised that all available information regarding the provenance of Mr. Kinard’s
collection, as well as other Elvis Presley memorabilia included in the auction, will be made
available to potential bidders.

Please also be advised that the Kinard lots include only a small part of the auction, and that
Elvis Presley memorabilia consigned by others will be exposed for sale at the auction.

Unsubstantiated and/or unprovable claims that property exposed for sale at the auction is,
or may be, inauthentic, constitutes slander of title and may be actionable by the sellers and
the auction company
(this may include other sellers who may be tarred with the same brush).

Other causes of action may also exist.

I will review any materials and/or affidavits that you believe support your contentions
regarding the Kinard collection, and share the same with my client. Otherwise,
I would suggest
caution in your public statements
that may affect not just Mr. Kinard and his property, but the
property (and the auction results) of other consignors, or that may reduce public confidence in the
auction.

Elvis Express Radio
October 4, 2017

If you have any questions, or if you would care to discuss this matter, please contact me.
Sincerely,
George A. Michak
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Our 9 year battle against Kinards selling of highly questiuonable Elvis items have been pretty exhaustive, and for this lawyer, who probably knows nothing about Elvis Presley to
state that our
"claims are largely based on a generalized understanding of Mr. Presley and his career" shows he is far from the truth. But in all fairness, this is possibly what he's
been instructed to say by Kinard?

The lawyer also states, "
verification has come from Presley family members, as well as friends and associates of Mr. Presley". As stated in our previous article, we're not
100% certain, but we would not be surprised if the family member will turn out to be Charlene Presley. I met her in 2002 in Tupelo and can confirm that she told me herself that she
never actually met Elvis!

Back to the lawyers comment that our
"claims are largely based on a generalized understanding of Mr. Presley and his career The FACT Lee and Joe have had detailed
communications with Mr Kinard on varying occasions over the years asking questions regarding the items, along with talking with Elvis' famous Memphis Mafia members and others
who were close with Elvis, Oh, and the other FACT that over the years, as fans of Elvis Presley of 40 years or more, we have studied the history of Elvis and EVERYTHING
associated with him.

PLUS, for the last 7 years, EER has run a service called
"FINDING BONUS ELVIS ITEMS" or the F.B.E.I. where we (with the help of world famous collectors & those who knew Elvis)
warn our fellow fans against all those nasty FAKE items out there. We have in the past stopped FAKE items from being sold through various auction houses and even from
Gracelands auctions after successfully proving the specific lots were NOT what the auction house believed it to be.

We must say though, in all the years that we have offered FREE ASSISTANCE, to an auction house in helping to protect their reputations, this is the FIRST TIME we have found
ourselves THREATENED with legal action without the house or PR company hearing us out and working with us to get to the TRUTH!

Anyway, Lee and Tony sent a reply to the 'MICHAK LEGAL', asking various questions and raising some issues....

THEN, while we were being threatened with legally, being accused of not knowing what we are talking about and spreading false claims? The news reports which were running with
the story as sent out in the Press Release (example here from Memphis news channel, WMC Action News 5), had the following headline,
"ELVIS PRESLEY'S CHILDHOOD HOME
TO BE AUCTIONED OFF"
were now changed to "ELVIS PRESLEY ITEMS TO BE AUCTIONED OFF", and that was not the end of the changes.
ment regarding the TRUE story of how many American Eagle jumpsuits were made and how many they themselves own. Listed below:

From: Graceland Archives
Our January 1973 receipt from IC Costume Company is for the two (2) Eagle suits that are currently in the Graceland Archives. One is on display in our Elvis the Entertainer
exhibit here at Graceland, the other is part of another one of our exhibits currently. The jumpsuits are similar in appearance but, once studied, have a few noticeable differences and
you can see them when you watch the Alternate Aloha and the broadcast show which suit was worn when.
Graceland Archives Staff
Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. | Graceland | 3734 Elvis Presley Blvd. | Memphis, TN 38116

THIS is a wonderful thing to have, in order for us to PROVE to the auction company, the PR company and the Lawyer, that from the very start of this, our ONLY intention is to try and
save any unsuspecting fans/buyers from paying big money for FAKE items, and to help prevent the auction house from the embarrassment of being associated with selling these
bogus items.

So, the good news is the lawyer has confirmed to us that,
"This will advise you that the jumpsuit you referenced in your communications will not be included in the auction. As such,
only two items from this seller – the pink Cadillac and the shotgun house – are being exposed for sale at the auction."
 Now, it is good to know that none of the other fake bits from
Kinard (eg; Tour Jacket, Scarf, wine glasses, Blue Suede Shoes gold record etc), are being offered for sale.

This just leaves the issue of what Kinard claims is Elvis Presley's personally owned 1957 Pink and Black Cadillac and the Tupelo home which is described by the lawyer as
"With
respect to the pink Cadillac and the shotgun house, the provenance of the pink Cadillac is
supported by an affidavit by Patsy Anderson Presley, and the provenance of the
shotgun house is
supported by an affidavit by Charlene Presley. Both affidavits will be available for review by potential bidders at the auction".

OK, with the story surrounding the home changed from it's original claim, what's the story now? Below is part of a press release from GWS Auctions...
"property previously owned, built by and lived on by the Presley family comes up for auction On November 11. The 16.5 acre Tupelo property includes Presley's grandparents
shotgun house built by the singer's father Vernon and uncle Vester. Identical - and originally next door - to the city's Elvis museum, it was moved around 1942 from what's now
known as Elvis Presley Birthplace Park across the street to Hankins Street. Elvis played, hunted and swam in the creek on the property. A Presley family member's affidavit affirms
that the young Elvis and his mother Gladys briefly lived in the modest home and she frequently accompanied her son from the house down the hill to Lawhon Elementary School."

When we were first told that verification has come from "Presley family members, as well as friends and associates of Mr. Presley", we had already suspected that the "family
member" would turn out to be Charlene Presley, but we do have to admit that the discovery that Patsy Anderson Presley has verified the Cadillac authentic has in all honesty
shocked the hell out of us. We still stand by our original comments regarding the car and the home, but for the time being we will continue to keep our eyes and ears open and see
what happens next regarding this particular issue.

Updated 07/10/2017
In addition to all the negatives surrounding Mr Kinards claims items that he sells, the funny thing is, and I told him this years ago, if he stopped trying to find that big ticket item
amongst bogus stuff he claims are worth millions, he could have some items that are actually collectible (things like original movie posters etc). But he seems to ignore this and
spend almost a decade fighting against us at EER as we always come along to offer FREE ADVISE to auction houses etc against selling such bogus things.

TCB Bus = BUSTED
Bluesmobile = BUSTED
Aloha Jumpsuit = BUSTED
Elvis' Tape Deck from TCB Bus = BUSTED
TCB Tour Jacket = BUSTED
Oh the pile goes on.

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So what are these other changes? Well, over to the left you will see 2 screen captures of the
news report featured on WMC Action News 5. The original news report and the re-written news
report. We've included both here for you to take a good look at and see exactly what  parts of the
story has changed.

To highlight the sudden changes, here are a few examples...
1st = TUPELO, MS (WMC) - Elvis Presley's childhood home will soon be up for sale,
according to BR Public Relations. The PR firm sent a press release about the auction. The
auction will be held online here November 11 starting at 12 p.m.

2nd = TUPELO, MS (WMC) - A home Elvis Presley spent some of his childhood years in
will soon be up for sale,
according to GWS Auctions. The auction will be held online here
November 11 starting at 12 p.m.
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1st =
 It comes from BR Public Relations: Elvis's land and home in Tupelo (known collectively
as Elvis Presley Heights)
will be auctioned off on November 11, along with some other legendary
memorabilia.

2nd =  It comes from GWS Auctions: A Tupelo property belonging to Elvis' grandparents
will be auctioned off on November 11, along with some other legendary memorabilia.

SO, while all this chopping and changing was going on regarding the house claims, Lee and Tony
continued seeking even more refutable evidence regarding the items that we knew were going to
be auctioned in November.

Regarding that FAKE Aloha jumpsuit, you know, the one we have been telling Kinard is a replica  
made for some IMPersonator...well, EER's News Hound-Dog, Tony Stuchbury was able to
communicate with the archives at Graceland regarding the matter. Remember, the lawyer told us
that our,
"claims are largely based on a generalized understanding of Mr. Presley and his career"
and that our
"concerns are mere suspicions".

So, on the matter of the Aloha suit. our News Hound-Dog (Tony) contacted Graceland and
informed them as follows....
"It seems one of the Aloha suits is for sale? Of course I know there are
only two and you own them both.One is currently in Memphis and the other still in Vegas..
A certain individual is once again peddling un-truths , the same individual who has tried to auction
this fake before. Would you be prepared to reply with a statement to confirm you own the only two
originals? I'm currently trying to help the auction house put things straight"
.....

We're so pleased to report, Graceland has indeed replied and they have made an official state-
Double Trouble - The original news report from the first press release, alongside the now
altered story which now no longer claims the house was Elvis' Childhood home.
FBEI # 00264  -  04.10.17
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ELVIS PRESLEY SIGNED ALBUM
"A copy of Elvis Presley’s 1966 RCA soundtrack album Spinout , signed in black ink on the front cover “Elvis Presley.”
12 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches"

This is a strange addition as this is being offered by Julien's Auction house in amongst several other Elvis items that
are, as we can see, authentic.

But this one is not and the bidding starts at $1000 and has an estimate of $2000 to 3000.

Link To Ebay Listing
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FBEI # 00258  -  16.11.11
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ELVIS PRESLEY'S LAST SIGNATURES ---NO OTHER LIKE THIS DATED JUNE 27, 1977
"ONE OF THE LAST SIGNATURES OF ELVIS PRESLEY,  45 DAYS BEFORE HIS DEATH.   I HAVE A    "GREEN
RETURN RECEIPT CARD"  THAT ELVIS  SIGNED--   JUNE 27, 1977.  REASON FOR THE SIGNATURE CARD IS A
LETTER THAT WAS SENT TO HIM, TELLING HIM ABOUT A PREMINITION OF HIS DEATH. ELVIS PRESLEY WAS IN
FACT DEAD (45 DAYS LATER.)   

THE CARD  HAS BEEN APPRAISED AND FOUND TO BE AUTHENIC.    THE ENTIRE STORY AND A COPY OF A 25
YEAR OLD LETTER THAT WAS STILL SEALED AND WRITTEN TO ELVIS PRESLEY, WAS AIRED ON NATIONAL TV
IN 2008, PROVING THE VALIDITY OF THE PREMINITION.       ONE OF A KIND FOR SURE!!!   

Just when you thought you'd seen it all, we get to see this messed up joke of a fake. You've read the "tale" that comes
with this thing and so are we to believe the postman got through the Graceland gates, go up to the house, ring the bell
and low behold Elvis opens the door????  HECK NO!

Link To Ebay Listing
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FBEI # 00259  -  16.11.11
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SPECIAL SOUVENIR GLASS FOR ELVIS' OPENING SHOW AUGUST 19th 1974

If we look back through all the suspicious items we've featured, you'll notice that time to time other "Rare" or "Promotional" glass items from Elvis'
Las Vegas shows have turned up and now here we have another one of these mega rare Vegas memorabiia that all of a sudden appear out of the
blue having been seen by nobody, having never appeared in any collectors books, auctions etc.

This time it's a drinking glass with engraved writing in red. Apparently, the person selling these puts one up on ebay around every 4 weeks. So this
individual has already sold 3 or 4 of these which is remarkable when you consider how rare these things are claimed to be.

What's engraved on the glass? Remember, it's claimed that these were available to BUY from the Souvenir stalls at the Concert????
 I Saw
 ELVIS
  Live
Las Vegas Nevada
August 19th 1974
Hilton  Hotel  
Once again all we can advise is that you avoid these items. We went to Loanne Parker (Colonels Wife) who confirmed to us that these glass items
were not part of Parkers promotion campaigns for Elvis in Vegas.
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FBEI # 00261 - 08.07.13
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SIGNED CARD FROM ELVIS PRESLEY

This item was sent to in to Joe and it was pretty clear that this was NOT signed by Elvis Presley.
Actually, the individual who attempted to recreate Elvis' autograph has done a pretty good job on the Best Wishes, but the Elvis
Presley doesn't even come close.

As you will see, the Elvis looks nothing like the usual Elms and the P of Presley not only looks more like a capital R but is not
attached to the end of Elvis.

If you see this one pop up anywhere all we can advise is AVOID!

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FBEI # 00260  -  08.07.13
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GRACELAND AUCTIONS LOT 181:
Group of Three Elvis Presley Las Vegas Opening Night Invitations, Including January 26, 1970, August 9, 1971 and August 19, 1974 - Also
Includes 1974 "I Saw Elvis in Las Vegas" Souvenir Cocktail Glass

It's crazy but our last F.B.E.I. entry, 3 years ago was this very glass. SOMEONE in the Elvis collector / sellers market manufactured several different
glass items and they all started to appear on the scene over the year (see other fakes below).

One of the tricks is to sell one of these fake glass items and sell it among AUTHENTIC Vegas items.

What's engraved on the glass? Remember, it's claimed that these were available to BUY from the Souvenir stalls at the Concert.... NOT TRUE!!!
     I Saw
     ELVIS
      Live
Las  Vegas  Nevada
August 19th 1974
 Hilton  Hotel  
Once again all we can advise is that you avoid these items. We went to Loanne Parker (Colonels Wife) who confirmed to us that these glass items
were not part of Parkers promotion campaigns for Elvis in Vegas.

Go To See Lot 181
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GRACELAND AUCTIONS  LOT 9 :
1957 8mm Film of Elvis Presley Performing at the Chicago Amphitheatre - Nearly 5 Minutes of Unpublished Footage of
Elvis in his Famous Gold Lamé

Thanks to E.E.R's very own News Hound-Dog, Tony Stuchbury. For the Third year running, we have saved fans from spending what  
is potentially many thousands of pounds on something that has the Graceland seal of approval, a certificate of authenticity from
GRACELAND / EPE only to be found to be 100% not what is claimed.

This "UNPUBLISHED" film from 1957 turned out to not only published since at least the early 1960's, BUT that the film in the auction
was / is in actual fact just a COPY taken from the original film. EPE have now withdrawn the film (Lot 9).

Read all about the investigation into revealing the TRUTH
here
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FBEI # 00262  -  10.08.16
THE F.B.E.I. IS BACK! - It's hard to believe that the last entry into the F.B.E.I list of the most unwanted bogus, suspicious, questionable or just way over priced items was just over 3
years ago! Since then we've continued to help many fans with questions regarding our opinions on autographs etc which they were looking to purchase. We also helped bring
around the removal of a fake jumpsuit from a Graceland Auction worth around UK£116,000 (US£150,000) meaning E.E.R have helped some of our fellow fans save in more than
UK£136,000 (US$176,000) on items which were either in our opinion, or proved to be far from authentic.

So now after our 3 year break, the F.B.E.I. Return in our continuing aim to help give our fellow fans a chance to get a look at what suspicious items are doing the rounds out on the
world wide web.

REMEMBER: The items listed on these pages are of our opinion only. There is no exact science to finding what is real and what is not (i.e. Autographs) and so we can only try our
best to give you our thoughts and advice. The final decision is of course your own.
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FBEI # 00263  -  10.08.16
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