Elvis’ doctor has been implicated in a sensational cover-up conspiracy – after giving conflicting accounts of the King’s death.
The rock and roll legend died of a heart attack on August 16 in 1977 at his home in Graceland, the US.
A raft of conspiracy theories have since emerged, with many convinced the King is still alive.
One points to Elvis’ doctor George C. Nichopoulos, otherwise known as Dr Nick.
The pair met in 1967 and Nick soon became a part of his inner circle.
Elvis would regularly call the doctor in the middle of night and demand a prescription.
In an unearthed interview from 2009, he said: “The day he died, I was at the hospital and I was called to come in on an emergency.
“I had the light in my car and I thought what the heck I’ll just use it.
“I didn’t get stopped but it didn’t help him either.”
But a truther has since pinpointed supposed inconsistencies in the story.
The conspiracy theorist writes on Facebook: “ We all know that Dr Nick was at Graceland and rode with Elvis to the hospital.
“He now says was at the hospital on the day that Elvis died and had to come in?
“Again, we see that nothing adds up. Sounds like a cover-up, Elvis is alive.”
Daily Star Online earlier unearthed a photo that supposedly shows The King 20 years after his death.
Psychiatrist Dr Donald Hinton claimed he had been treating the singer for some five years, and shared a photo apparently taken in 1997.
He says it shows Elvis’ grandson son Benji, after his daughter Lisa Marie Presley came for a visit.
The man’s jawline, cheekbones, and eyes are similar to Elvis’, an investigator claims.