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When Elvis touched my heart...a woman recalls her secret romance with the King

On July 2, 1969; by way of an amazing encounter at the gates of Graceland; a young girl’s life was forever changed. On that
warm evening in July; either by chance or fate; young Kathy Tatum stood bathed in the presence of the King. When their eyes
met for the first time; two souls; each on their own paths in life, began a relationship which spanned more than two years.

Now; after 46 years; Kathy reveals the secrets she’s kept hidden from the world for the first time. In her book; “Love Beads from
Elvis”, Kathy opens her heart to the world. Aided by her long time friend; Mark Patrick Baker; and a well worn diary from her
youth; Kathy fondly recalls the memories which are etched into her heart. Her true story will make women both young and old
believe that sometimes; even if we’re not born a beautiful princess…fairy tales can really come true.

Find out for yourself what it was like, when a young girl was drawn into the eyes of the King, and of how it still feels when…not
only you… but No One can forget your first love.

Paperback: 152 pages
Publisher: Fawnella/DeVille Media Partners; First Edition edition (April 3, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0692414045
ISBN-13: 978-0692414040

As you can see, the photo on the front cover of this book is from July 1969 and shows the author, Kathy Tatum (no relation
from Kissin Cousin') with Elvis.

Yet, on her website, is the same photo, but no matter how much it looks the same, something about it looks totally wrong? Take
a look for yourself and you decide. Below left is the image on the book cover and below right is the one on the website, and as
we discussed on the show, the photo on the right looks like his head is swollen? Something certainly is very wrong when you
compare the two images.
The Diary of Kathy Tatum
July 30, 2015 / EER