Elvis Didn’t just Die of an Overdose

Medical Examiner Dr. Jerry Francisco ruled Elvis’ death a heart attack — and found drugs in his body (Left inset) Priscilla and Elvis were already divorced when he died. Some believe manager Col. Tom Parker (right inset) had covered up the truth Elvis took thousands of powerful prescription pills

A DEEP dive into Elvis Presley’s autopsy documents and other evidence leads to the explosive conclusion that the King of Rock and Roll didn’t die from too many drugs or heart woes — and a simple operation could have saved his life, sources reveal!


Following the shocking death of the 42-year-old Hound Dog singer next to a toilet at his Graceland mansion on Aug. 16, 1977, Memphis Medical Examiner Dr. Jerry Francisco ruled the cause as “hypertensive heart disease” — a heart attack.

Francisco also said he found a cocktail of drugs in the body, but concluded [Elvis] still would have died … had the drugs not been there.

And then things became muddied.

Because the crooner was an obese, pill-popping junkie and the death scene was cleaned up and his stomach contents discarded, no word on who did it.

Many believed those close to him — like his manager, Col. Tom Parker, and his Memphis Mafia posse — had conspired to cover up the real truth and protect the superstar’s legacy. There were speculation that he had a lot of footage and evidence of his underage affairs.

Now an exhaustive review of Elvis autopsy, witness reports a shocking secret diagnosis by his private physician, Dr. George Nichopoulos, reveals the real and embarrassing reason he died — constipation! Known for gobbling fatty, rich foods like hamburgers, Elvis had a severely clogged colon, leading to bloating in his stomach area.


Dr. Nick, who died in 2016 and was accused of supplying the singer with thousands of powerful prescription pills, maintained the Blue Suede Shoes rocker’s colon was so blocked it had swelled to six inches in diameter — double the normal size!

Here’s it what they said, “We didn’t realize until the autopsy that his constipation was bad because it was hard for us to treat. But we didn’t realize what it had done. We just assumed that the constipation was secondary to the meds that he was taking for arthritic pain and insomnia.”



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