Dr. Hinton further asserted that he serves as Elvis' personal physician and that he travels "somewhere in the south" to visit the legendary rock star. One of the most notorious of his claims, however, is that Elvis would make a public return in 2002. This, of course, did not happen. Nevertheless, there is some interesting evidence in the book and it's a quick read for Elvis fans.
Although Dr. Hinton's claims were never proven, many people believe that Elvis is still alive and is living as Jesse.
While his voice is a clear ringer for Elvis', some people believe Cotner also looks like Elvis. One YouTube video morphs a photo of Cotner into a photo of Presley. I personally don't see a huge resemblance, however 30-plus years can certainly make a difference in a man's appearance. With that in mind, it is also worth pointing out that Cotner was reportedly born in 1945--10 years after Elvis' birth.
Whether you believe Jon Cotner could be Elvis Presley or not, you may find that you enjoy his music. For Elvis fans, it's definitely worth a listen.
Just a few years after his initial appearance, though, a man named Jimmy Ellis confessed to being Orion. Ellis was a singer who just happened to naturally sound like Elvis and Sun Records producers decided to capitalize on that. While they never asserted that Orion was Elvis, they provided just enough mystery to make some folks wonder.
Even after Ellis "came out" as Orion, some Elvis fans still believed that Orion was actually Elvis, himself. Ellis was murdered during a robbery in 1998.