Elvis Presleys ghost living in Graceland and Priscilla feels his presence

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Priscilla Presley claims her late husband Elvis’s ghost is still living at Graceland.

The actress, 76, feels his spooky “presence” every time she visits his former home – 45 years after his death aged 42.

And she says there’s an eerie silence at the late star’s estate in Memphis, Tennessee, which is when she recalls “vivid” memories of the legendary singer.

Priscilla, speaking in January on what would have been the King’s 87th birthday, said: “Y’know it’s 45 years since his passing and I still can’t believe it.

“I still think he’s here. I still feel him here.

“I go in Graceland, I feel his spirit. It’s honest God’s truth.

“I know he’s living there! He’s there, trust me!”

“It’s very reverent when you walk in. You just become silent.”

Now she has repeated her claims in an interview with Australian Women’s Weekly magazine.

Priscilla, who shares daughter Lisa Marie Presley, 53, with the rock’n’roll pioneer, said: “I feel his presence there.

“I can see him – not visually – but see him walking down the staircase, remembering all the memories we had and shared and lived.

“They trigger off, and it’s almost like I never left, they are so vivid.”

Priscilla, who was married to the King from 1967 to 1973, was named one of the three executors of Elvis’ 13.8-acre estate following his death.

And she became determined to keep his memory alive after being left shocked when she was warned he would be “forgotten in six months”.

She added: “Someone said something about, ‘Well, Elvis will be forgotten in six months.’

“Those words were fighting words. That was it for me.

“I would never let him be forgotten.

“So that was when I rolled up my sleeves and said, there is no way that Elvis Presley’s legend, his legacy, will ever leave my heart.

“And I don’t want it to leave others’ hearts either.

“Because he was born to be who he was. He loved entertaining, he loved people.

“And I want generation after generation to know who he was, what he represented, and the human being that he was.”

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