Elvis Presley died aged 42, alone in the bathroom of his mansion, Graceland.
He was known for his energetic performances, his beauty, his voice, and was the most famous man during his lifetime and today is represented in statues all over the planet.
The Head Coroner announced Elvis died because his heart stopped, while the autopsy was being conducted – there was a conspiracy of silence about Elvis Presley’s death because no one wanted him to be just another dead junkie. Street or prescription was a distinction in Elvis’ mind and not one that has any medical meaning, because drugs are drugs, same chemicals different sources.
The initial reports were that Elvis died in bed to offer him a dignity, rather than the king dying on the throne. or rather, on the floor of the throne room. His staff also removed the drug evidence from his bedroom and bathroom and a general scrambling happened, some to look after Elvis and others looking after themselves.
Elvis Presley had been using drugs since the 1950s, before the Military Service that also issued pills (then and today) to keep soldiers awake and energized, and as a means of self medication to get through the Hollywood Decade where quantity overruled quality and where Elvis has a major concussion – during the filming of Clambake, he fell and was knocked unconscious – his awake at night and sleep all day vampire lifestyle also was a disruption to the body circadian cycles of – and in the 1970s, the return to concerts that seemed to bring him back to life, in the end, were often sleptwalked through – Levis phoning it in still better than most giving their all; such was the talent that was packaged and sold endlessly repetitious, then insulated and isolated the king of a insular court spent the last three years of his life in his head, in his bed, reading religious texts to figure out why he was Elvis Presley, instead of having been Elvis Presley.
human and the image – Elvis died of depression and boredom, career and romance frustrations and all the pills he took to compensate, self medicate and get through an Elvis day.
We so want his death to be caused by anything by us fans who demanded so little of him, by the drugs he coped and compensated with, that we almost prefer it was the constipation or a heart attack, as if the drugs didn’t contribute.
The drugs Elvis took have all since been discontinued as too toxic, how much more do we really need to know?
A judge on Friday sentenced a Rowland Heights doctor to 30 years to life in prison for … first doctor to be convicted of murder in the United States for overprescribing drugs.
part 4 is missing from online, sorry
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May 7, 2010 – Rather than an irregular heartbeat, as had previously been reported, his personal doctor has revealed Elvis died of chronic constipation. The debilitating problem caused the singer severe problems, according to Dr George Nichopoulos,Elvis’s doctor for the last 12 years of his life.
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