Jesse’s letter to me indicating that he is not coming out in 2002
THE FOLLOWING IS AN UPDATE TO THIS ORIGINAL PAGE:
I have added Jesse’s entire handwritten letter to me in order that you will know that he did, indeed, send me the letter.
“….This tape is something else but what he is doing to all those people is just not right!” (He is referring to the tape which I sent him of the May, 2002 FOX 8 report.)
“I did everything when the book came out (Elvis What Happened?) to dislocate myself from that image. It meant leaving all together. Does the Dr. actually think I will allow it to happen all over again? Why?“
SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2010 (Original page below)
The letter which I am displaying below was received by me from Elvis/Jesse on July 6, 2002. It was written in response to a video of the FOX 8 interview with Dr. Hinton which I had sent to him. I am displaying it here for the very first time publicly. I have asked Elvis/Jesse for permission to display it on my site. He and I spoke on Friday, July 9th.
My purpose in displaying it so very prominently is to put to rest, once and for all, the lie which was repeatedly told by Dr. Hinton and his associate, Linda Felix-Johnson. They told in interviews and to people privately, that Elvis was going to “come out” by the end of 2002. I knew this to be untrue and I made them aware that I had this letter. I told them that if I should make it public, it would blow them out of the water. They totally ignored my messages to them about this matter.
You may visit my two pages devoted to this topic to see my earlier detailing of these events.
So, now it is time that it be proven to the world that Elvis NEVER promised them that he was going to “come out” in 2002. You will see this in his own handwriting below. Also, you will see that he very strongly disapproved of the way Dr. Hinton was handling things and was incredulous that Dr. Hinton would even have any thoughts that he was going to “come out”.
I have other letters from Elvis/Jesse in which he again indicates these same sentiments…that he had told no one that he would “come out”. Jesse had told me to not believe anything unless I heard him speak the words or saw it in his own handwriting.
I hope that this will settle this matter. So many people lost confidence in the fact that Jesse is Elvis because of the false promises made by Dr. Hinton and his associate. I have suffered greatly because people turned on Elvis/Jesse and, by association, me because Elvis did not “come out”.
Their false promises are one of the root causes of my having a web site now.