Elvis died back in 1977 - or at least that's the official story. Image Credit: Public Domain
A video of a familiar looking groundsman at Graceland has sparked rumors that the King is not dead.
Ever since his death in 1977, the suggestion that legendary Rock and Roll icon Elvis Presley is still alive has remained one of the most popular conspiracy theories of all time.
Several people claim to have sighted him over the years while others have suggested that he might have faked his own death to quietly live out of the rest of his days away from the spotlight.
Now new footage has emerged on YouTube of an elderly groundsman working at Graceland who happens to bear more than a passing resemblance to how Elvis might look if he were alive today.
"He raises his two fingers to the top of his left head as a proof of life signal," the video description states. "He told us he is alive with the simple V sign. Iím Alive. He is giving us a clue that he knows we are all there watching him and to his most loyal fans that he is indeed with us."
"When you look at his walk and gait, long arms itís him 100 percent. As he approaches he looks at the camera. As he walks away he glances at the camera."
The video has sparked some fierce debate online and while the claim remains highly dubious, it is certainly not impossible that the King himself, who would be 81 if he were still alive, did fake his own death back in the 1970s and has been living out his life in secret ever since.