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Elvis sightings

A considerable number of people believe that Kalamazoo, Michigan, in the late 1980s. Such reports encountered much public ridicule and became fodder for humorous publications like the Weekly World News.[1]

Bill Bixby hosted two television specials investigating the subject: The Elvis Files (1991),[2] and The Elvis Conspiracy (1992).[3]

References

  1. ^ Michelle Maynard. "Kalamzoo 'sightings' keep Elvis fans hoping the King is still alive". Reading Eagle. August 5, 1988. 16-17.
  2. ^ Rick Kogan. "The once and future King; 'The Elvis Files' brings all those old tabloid rumors back to life". Chicago Tribune. August 13, 1991. Tempo, 1.
  3. ^ "Evening: Best on TV". Chicago Tribune. January 22, 1992. 8.
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