Ginger Alden selling engagement ring
Carly

Auckland, New Zealand

#228 Mar 7, 2013
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>YOU are the one who said he had sex with underage girls!! That IS accusing him of being a child molester/pedophile, and pervert!!!
No I didn't - but if you think he and cilla were upstairs reading books then good for you - I and thousands of others are entitled to their own thoughts/opinions. I really do not care if he had sex with underage females - what you gonna do about Lee - start frothing at the mouth. Young people have been having sex for years - I can't be bothered with you.
Carly

Auckland, New Zealand

#229 Mar 7, 2013
Lee wrote:
Carly, do you post while drunk?
No while I am having mad sex - do you know what that is - Magic!!!
Carly

Auckland, New Zealand

#230 Mar 7, 2013
Lee wrote:
<quoted text>Dear MsDalton,
It was a well known fact that Priscilla was living with Elvis from the time she was two months short of 18. She was not living with him before that. There was nothing that anyone could have told the world that they did not already know. Elvis made it very public. There are even pictures of them together as she got off the plane to come to live at Elvis' house. Elvie did not hide it AT ALL.
And how do you know that those girls told Nash that???? Nash can get away with saying that because there is NO LAW TO PROTECT THE DEAD FROM BEING LIED ABOUT. The whole book was filth, even more so than the Goldman book.
And even if they did tell her that, how do you know they were telling the truth????
When Elvis was alive, many girls would go into his house, even upstairs, and come out and say that Elvis was a perfect gentleman.
I have no problem with them saying how he ended sex, who the hell cares????? The problem is that they are saying he had sex with underage girls. No one ever said that until Nash.
In thirty five years, before this author Nash, no one ever said Elvis "pulled out" except one of his girlfriends. Nash probably got the idea from that, and decided to build on it.
Yes, Elvis had all the OPPORTUNITY in the world. That does not mean that he was lowlife enough to take it!!!!
I am not stupid, I realize what they MEANT. That does not mean they were telling the truth.
"Read between the lines"? That translates to "let's assume some filth about Elvis, and let's assume him guilty".
You know, I have met some very dirty, sleazy people on this board, MsDalton, but you and Carly take it.
There you go again Lee - you are suggesting - you are the one trying to insinuate that Elvis is dirty - not myself and the others - we have all stated our adoration of him regardless of any shortcomings. F--k Off you worn out trout.

Since: Mar 13

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#231 Mar 7, 2013
Jesus! You people are waaayyyy too serious about this man. As much as I love his music, he was just a human not a god. Alana Nash took great creative liberty in her writing, as have other authors. Whether or not he had sex with underage girls doesn't matter now. He's not here and anyone who was with him was quite lucky in my estimation. After reading Nash's book, I wondered how so many women avoided getting pregnant. I'm sure Elvis had his share of women, but perhaps not all of them were lovers.
Lee

Los Angeles, CA

#232 Mar 7, 2013
2kingsdaughter wrote:
Jesus! You people are waaayyyy too serious about this man. As much as I love his music, he was just a human not a god. Alana Nash took great creative liberty in her writing, as have other authors. Whether or not he had sex with underage girls doesn't matter now. He's not here and anyone who was with him was quite lucky in my estimation. After reading Nash's book, I wondered how so many women avoided getting pregnant. I'm sure Elvis had his share of women, but perhaps not all of them were lovers.
Kingsdaughter, Alana Nash came up with all kinds of crap that no one else had ever said before(and I had said that he had already been accused of everything). She made it up, or got them to say it in some way. Otherwise it would have been out at the time.

I know at least on girl who made up a lot of stuff about Elvis and sold it to a tabloid. She had been a penpal of mine. She got to go see Elvis, I don't remember how she swung it, but she did. She got to go see Elvis and even met Priscilla. At the time, she sent me a complete description of the visit, told me what was said, how handsome and sweet Elvis was, he had posed with his arm around them, etc., then she left. Oh, and she sent me pictures.

Twenty years after Elvis died, the same pics showed up in one of the tabloids with my former "friend" saying she had had an affair with Elvis while he was married to Priscilla.

The tabloids and authors like Albert Goldman and Alana Nash want dirt and filth on Elvis, and people will give it to them for money. What they don't get for money, they can make up because there are NO LIBEL LAWS TO PROTECT THE DEAD.

Since: Mar 13

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#233 Mar 8, 2013
I've read several biographies about Elvis, and a lot of what I've read is garbage. I'm not saying that authors should hide anything, but a little respect goes a long way. For some of these so called writers, the language was just deplorable and the supposition was just that, supposition. I believe Nash took great liberties in her telling of his story.
Lee

Los Angeles, CA

#234 Mar 8, 2013
2kingsdaughter wrote:
I've read several biographies about Elvis, and a lot of what I've read is garbage. I'm not saying that authors should hide anything, but a little respect goes a long way. For some of these so called writers, the language was just deplorable and the supposition was just that, supposition. I believe Nash took great liberties in her telling of his story.
Liberties? Lies.

Not only do they not hide anything, a lot is just made up out of whole cloth, then get someone to say it.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#235 Mar 8, 2013
Well Lee, let me reprase that, creative liberties is what I should have said. Do not misunderstand me, I am not trying to be polite or politically correct. I was being facetious. And I also tend to keep a cool head about me. I don't get quite so upset over such things unless they affect me personally...my beliefs or my politics. For me Elvis was and is a valuable part of our American history, our culture. He paved the way for a multitude of entertainers. But he was a man who just happened to be extremely famous, brilliantly talented and for me, one of the most beautiful creatures I've ever seen. But he is an engima. A poor southern boy who makes it big, marries a princess and has a baby. Then he loses his family to divorce and goes on to have a string of beautiful women, all the while still wondering what happened to his marriage. In the end, he leaves us all scratching our heads. His "mansion" is a large structure consisting of many small rooms, some of which were the tackiest I've ever seen, but I felt strangely comfortable there. I loved every square inch of Graceland, even the most garish parts. Elvis set the stage for so many people, and no one has ever been so popular nor can they compare. That is why each year countless people visit his home, and that includes the most famous entertainers. They all want to see where it started. Nash made money off of him, just as many others continue to do. Who knows, maybe that's the way it has to be. Elvis was generous to a fault. He just might find all of this quite humorous.

Since: Mar 13

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#236 Mar 8, 2013
*rephrase
luvelvis

Charleston, WV

#237 Mar 8, 2013
that's part of his MY WAY song "I find it all amusing". From the conversation taped with Red - he told Red - He'd still be there for them and to do what he had to do -

Now rumors were he wanted them dead, blah blah blah - he sure didn't sound like that on the recording. Sadly he sounded depressed and confused while stating he felt better than he ever had - that didn't SOUND TRUE - but maybe he meant better than a few of the times HE WAS COMPLETELY OUT OF IT.

I believe people can share stories about their relationships, but my gosh - NEVER SAY ANYTHING about somebody you'd not want said about yourself whether it be true or not>>>>>> >

As for underage girls making love with him - I sincerely beleive if any young girl was going to ever make love before she was of legal age, she PICKED THE BEST....
insider

United States

#238 Mar 8, 2013
Tallula wrote:
I wonder what secrets she has kept all these years regarding Aug. 16, 1977, upstairs at Graceland?
I don't think I have ever read her account of things that happened.
GA played a role for public/photos, witnessed "will" signing, and did what she was told. Nothing more, nothing less.
luv elvis

Charleston, WV

#239 Mar 8, 2013
I did not think Ginger was in love with Elvis. And by his appearances the end, he looked lost.

As to the engagement ring - I've read she said he was in a motel room and put a ring on one hand and the ENGAGEMENT RING ON THE OTHER. Then she says in his bathroom at Graceland he got down on his knees and proposed.

I think he wanted somebody to be with him of the nights especially - and I don't think she was all of the time. It's hard to beleive he would have wanted children though - as Priscilla stated when a woman he was "with" became a mother, he lost desire for them. Also - with all his meds - he was most likely impotent..

I don't care - I loved his voice, his looks and I really believe I would have loved him if I had met him. He came to my hometown about 1975, but I didn't get to go see him OUCH!!!
Lee

Los Angeles, CA

#240 Mar 8, 2013
luv elvis wrote:
I did not think Ginger was in love with Elvis. And by his appearances the end, he looked lost.
As to the engagement ring - I've read she said he was in a motel room and put a ring on one hand and the ENGAGEMENT RING ON THE OTHER. Then she says in his bathroom at Graceland he got down on his knees and proposed.
I think he wanted somebody to be with him of the nights especially - and I don't think she was all of the time. It's hard to beleive he would have wanted children though - as Priscilla stated when a woman he was "with" became a mother, he lost desire for them. Also - with all his meds - he was most likely impotent..
I don't care - I loved his voice, his looks and I really believe I would have loved him if I had met him. He came to my hometown about 1975, but I didn't get to go see him OUCH!!!
I got to see him in person once. I traveled all the way across the country to see him. He looked like a GOD.

As for Ginger, Linda, and all the others, I think he loved Priscilla till the end, and all the others were just placeholders. Even if you love someone else, many people cannot tolerate being without the company of the opposite sex. Elvis was very woman dependent and needed a woman around to love him, even if he was not in love with her.

And I think if he was going to marry Ginger, it was a pressure thing.

Since: Mar 13

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#241 Mar 9, 2013
I went to one of his last concerts and it was awesome! I would never call him a god or even say he looked like one. But he is an amazing creature.
Elvisfan4ever

United States

#242 May 4, 2013
buckwheat wrote:
why do you make up crap about something you have now clue about? Ginger was 21; give her a break!
As they said gold digger !!!!! He deserved better for last attempt @ TRUE love, x may been a "b" for leave n but she at least cry's (true tears) just speak n of "THE KING"!!!!! Hope she shares his last moments !!!! Cold ,alone,call n out 4 someone he thought at least cared !!! Scab !!!! Ur current photos show ur secrets u carry !!!!
King Elvis

Ryde, Australia

#243 May 5, 2013
Elvisfan4ever wrote:
<quoted text>As they said gold digger !!!!! He deserved better for last attempt @ TRUE love, x may been a "b" for leave n but she at least cry's (true tears) just speak n of "THE KING"!!!!! Hope she shares his last moments !!!! Cold ,alone,call n out 4 someone he thought at least cared !!! Scab !!!! Ur current photos show ur secrets u carry !!!!
Oh shut UP, you IDIOT!!

Ginger did nothing wrong, Elvis said he was fine when he went into the bathroom that final time, there was no reason for her to go and check on him earlier than she did.

Ginger has given ONE interview in 35 years, never trashed him or tarnished his memory, so just STFU.

You're another one of those "blame everyone else but Elvis for his death" fans.
Lee

Carpinteria, CA

#244 May 5, 2013
insider wrote:
<quoted text>
GA played a role for public/photos, witnessed "will" signing, and did what she was told. Nothing more, nothing less.
If he loved her enough to marry her, wouldn't she have been in the will, not a witness? A will has to be witnessed by someone who is not one of the recipients of the will. That should have been a signal to her that he was not serious about her.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#245 May 5, 2013
Ginger's mother stated that Elvis promised to pay her mortgage before his death and because he didn't, she sued the estate. The judge in this case ruled that she had no "case". She didn't get the money and had to pay all of the court fees. I don't know about Ginger, but her mother was gold digging.
Sharon Prosser

Winchester, TN

#246 May 22, 2013
I think Ginger is he only one that has kept their memories private at all . And I admire her for that. He announced at his last concert that he was going marry her . He also gave Gingers parents a home that Priscilla took back and sold after she to over Graceland .Why shouldn't she be a to sell the ring if she wants to ??? It is hers o do what she wants to do with it. And so what if she was younger than him. e was 12 yeas older than me...BUT..If I had of had the chance...He could have been 20 years older than me !! And that's the truth for a lot of women!!! there will never be anyone like him again !He had It all !!!

Since: Mar 13

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#247 May 23, 2013
Sharon Prosser wrote:
I think Ginger is he only one that has kept their memories private at all . And I admire her for that. He announced at his last concert that he was going marry her . He also gave Gingers parents a home that Priscilla took back and sold after she to over Graceland .Why shouldn't she be a to sell the ring if she wants to ??? It is hers o do what she wants to do with it. And so what if she was younger than him. e was 12 yeas older than me...BUT..If I had of had the chance...He could have been 20 years older than me !! And that's the truth for a lot of women!!! there will never be anyone like him again !He had It all !!!
He'd supposedly offered to help Ginger's mother buy a home after she divorced her husband. But there was nothing in writing. So who knows. The mother sued the estate over it and lost.

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