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  • Kris Britt

    Elvis 1977 I remember the day vividly I was fighting with my brother about him wanting to listen to an Elvis tape

  • Anna Maria McQueen

    Tuesday, August 16, 1977: Elvis Presley dies..this was a very sad day for me.

  • Marie Jackson

    I met my ex-husband the same night Elvis died! Elvis Presley died August 16 1977 in his Memphis home (Graceland). He was found collapsed on his bathroom floor from an apparent massive heart attack. Although it is thought that drugs played a role in his death. He was 42. RIP MY FRIEND !!!!!

  • Barbara Taylor

    August 16, 1977 - Elvis Presley was found dead lying on the floor in his bathroom by his girlfriend Ginger Alden, he had been seated on the toilet reading 'The Scientific Search For Jesus'. He died of heart failure at the age of 42. Elvis Presley, who revolutionized American popular music with his earthy singing style and became a hero to two generations of rock 'n' roll fans, died in Memphis, Tenn. - Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977)

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