AN EXAMPLE OF HOW ELVIS/JESSE TOLD US THINGS LONG BEFORE THE PUBLIC KNEW
Copyright LindaHoodSigmonTruth.com May 24, 2009 All rights reserved.
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Friday, February 12, 2010
I have attempted to convince people that there are so many, many reasons why I KNOW that Jesse is Elvis. Much of what he shared with me was over the phone, so I cannot prove that. There are his letters to me, but again, I will not place any of his private letters on my web site with out his explicit permission. That would be a betrayal of his trust.
But, in thinking back, I have been able to locate an example of the fact that he knew things and told us things which were going to be taking place LONG before the events were public knowledge in any way.
I have located one of his letters to Dr. Hinton (from my copy of the rough draft of the book) in which he stated a fact that I can document showing that he is aware of private information prior to anyone knowing about it.
I will insert below full copies of two pages of a letter which Jesse wrote on May 13, 1999. In this letter, he states that there is going to be something in the news about Graceland and there is nothing he can do about it. In October, 1999 (five months after Jesse told us this), the huge auction of very private memorabilia took place. I will insert several Internet articles which document the dates of the auction.
Obviously this was not something of which Elvis/Jesse approved. It never made sense for them to sell such a huge lot of his personal possessions.
It was after this that Elvis/Jesse made the trip to Memphis and to Graceland to retrieve the pair of cuff links which he later sent to Dr. Hinton for Christmas in that same year…1999. Farther below you will see excerpts from the Christmas note which he sent to Dr. Hinton accompanying the cuff links in which he references not wanting them “to be sold in any auction“.
PLEASE DO TAKE NOTE THAT JESSE WROTE THE FOLLOWING LETTER IN MAY, 1999 AND THE AUCTION TOOK PLACE IN OCTOBER, 1999
Below are also several more search results and an excerpt from a CNN news report.
ELVIS AUCTION 1999 Las Vegas
Elvis: The Official Auction Catalog (Items from the 1950’s) Start: 08 Oct 1999 13:00 Finish: 08 Oct 1999. Lot 1(PriceRealised:$8000)(Picture) A1 – ELVIS‘ …
• Found on: Google, Bing, Yahoo! Search
Oct 11, 1999 … October 8, 1999. Views: A bit of what’s behind the Elvis auction. October 7, 1999.
• Found on: Google, Bing
Elvis auction racks up a King’s ransom
date –>October 11, 1999
Web posted at: 1:59 p.m. EST (1759 GMT)
/date –>LAS VEGAS (CNN) — The weekend’s yard sale of Elvis Presley memorabilia generated a gross of nearly $5 million in Las Vegas.
ap –>”It was significantly more than we expected,” says Arlan Ettinger, president of Guernsey’s auction house. Proceeds from the auction are to benefit Presley Place, a low-income housing complex under development in Memphis, the site of Presley’s Graceland Mansion.
Karl Lindroos, who bought Presley’s 1970 Mercedes limousine for $80,000, says his new ride makes him “feel like a king.”
Below is one of the first pages from my own copy of this catalog showing the dates, location, etc. This book was a copy which I purchased on Ebay long after the auction took place.
Here is the very first page of the catalog:
The following is a page from near the back of the catalog:
The following is the very last page of this catalog showing that Guernsey’s did indeed work one-on-one with “the estate“. Remember this was before “the estate” sold the rights to Elvis’s name, image, etc. to Mr. Sillerman whose company, CKX, held ownership of that until he sold it to Core some years later.
Lisa Marie did write a very lovely introduction to this auction extolling some of the many, many virtues of her Dad. The auction proceeds were used for the Elvis Presley Foundation to fund housing for homeless people, etc. However, the items shown in this 296 page book jam-crammed full of Elvis’s personal possessions causes one to wonder how they could have ever parted with such personal items which were his.
The following is the above referenced Christmas note which Jesse wrote to Dr. Hinton about retrieving the cuff links from his bedroom at Graceland before they could be sold “….at any auction“.
I wish to call it to the attention of all who read this page on my site that this auction was a despicable and spiteful thing done by “the estate” and was absolutely against the wishes of Elvis, who is now Jesse. Also, I cannot emphasize strongly enough the fact that Jesse KNEW about this upcoming event and said that there was nothing that he could do about it…he knew this at least 5 months in advance.
Below is a photo of the cuff links.