Elvis Presley died following a heart attack in August 1977, but so-called truthseekers have become convinced that the King of Rock and Roll somehow managed to fake his death to escape the limelight.
In the past, believers of the truly bonkers conspiracy have claimed the singer was photographed in a restaurant some 14 years after his death.
And in resurfaced footage from the 1992 documentary Live Special: The Elvis Conspiracy, a woman believed she photographed the king walking around a remote farm.
Carroll Sheehan claims to have photographed the star on June 6, 1989, on a farm in Birmingham, Alabama, US after being contacted by a friend who revealed Elvis was hiding on a local farm in the isolated area.
Initially sceptical, Carroll and her son hit the road in order to see the man for themselves.
“I took my camera and went and snuck up on the farm to find some bushes to hide into,” she explained.
“There was a guy walking on the farm that looked so much like Elvis so I started shooting pictures.”
Carroll’s images feature a man that bears a vague resemblance to the singer.
The man appears to sport the singer’s dark black locks and stocky build.
He was pictured wearing a grey T-shirt and light blue jeans.
Carroll led on to claim she saw the individual speak with a man who pulled up in a vehicle before leaving the scene.
The mother’s images are the only pieces of material she believes support her bizarre claims.
But the so-called sighting received a mixed reaction among viewers after it surfaced on YouTube.
“That’s it, I’m totally convinced he is alive,” one wrote.
“To all the disbelievers out there I bet you’re kicking yourselves now.”
Another was less convinced though, saying: “Elvis was on witness protection he would not be in a field or in a building he was in hiding and may still be.”
And others questioned why the photos did not show “Elvis’s” face, claiming they were simply faked.
It comes after a conspiracist claimed Tupac wore a bulletproof vest on the night he was fatally shot.