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Most people know that the king of rock n roll was Elvis Presley but do they know when he died On August 16 1977 at 330 PM he was pronounced dead due to a heart attack according to the Washington Post He accomplished many things in music some that people never would have thought of At the age of 42 he was at the peak of his career or so he thought What did the doctors say What did his fans say How big of a surprise was it All of these questions are asked regarding Elvis death and the answers are as follows First a little background on his accomplishments as a singer Through his whole career he sold more than 500 million records worldwide and made 33 films He was a millionaire living in his Graceland Mansion behind locked gates He had more money then anyone could ever dream of having Elvis appealed mostly to young people living in the 1950s and influenced their whole way of life including the way they dressed the way they behaved and their attitude He was recognized all over the world as the creator of rock n roll by almost everyone Although people like Jackie Gleason said he cant last he wont be popular for long Others like former Beatle John Lennon said that he will live forever and his music will never die Finally a comment from Carl Wilson of the Beach Boys said his voice was a total miracle in the music business Many people liked Elvis very few did not So how did Elvis Presley die at the age of 42 According to Dr Jerry Francisco an autopsy done on August 16 showed that he died of cardiac arrhythmia which he described as a severely irregular heartbeat and just another name for a form of heart attack The autopsy was three hours long and reportedly uncovered no sign of any other diseases and no
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