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by Dutch Jones

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Question: Did Elvis Presley die on August 17th 1977? Many people don’t believe he did. Someone knows the truth. This is the Untold Story. EAP – The Untold Story takes you to a place many hope is true. Through the experiences of a lifelong fan of Elvis Presley, Aaron, 16, lives the real story. Aaron who a few years earlier lost his father to cancer, lives and works on the family farm with his Mom in very rural Tennessee. While out doing one of his favorite things, fishing, he meets a man, a borderline hermit who over time he befriends. Turns out he and his new friend Johnny have a great deal in common, they both love to fish and they are both huge Elvis fans. Aaron loves to play his guitar and sing; when it comes to his Elvis impersonations there aren’t many that are better. But as good as he is, he refuses to ever sing in public; Aaron will only perform for family & friends, even then it’s like pulling teeth. Until he’s challenged by his unusual new friend Johnny. Johnny is a kindred spirit who helps Aaron perfect his performance. He has detailed insight about Elvis that an ordinary fan would not know. Aaron is fascinated by it. Aaron makes the decision to try to compete, at least once, for his mom, his young love and for himself. This is a coming of age story, but it is also much more. You will feel the love, the adventure, the respect and the challenges. And you will find out if Elvis really did die that August day.

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