Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Elvis. The Unquiet Grave or The True Story of Jon Burrows

by Belkis Cuza Malé

Interested in knowing the truth about Jon Burrows?
It is a unique opportunity to get my book about Elvis...

Send a money order for the amount of $99.00 to

Belkis Cuza-Malé

P.O. Box 101582
Fort Worth, Texas 76185-1582

and I will send an autographed copy of my book The Unquiet Grave or The True Story of Jon Burrows to the address requested.

Remember it is a limited edition of a book that is already a classic in the "Elvis Alive" subject. Published in 1994 by E. Press.

Don't lose this unique opportunity to own this collectors item.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will pay you $10,000 if you send me a signed copy by the real Jon Burrows.
Well, I mean... you know who

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 6:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you make a typo when the figure came up as $99.00 ?

$.99 cents would be more appropriate for pure trash. Who cares about Jon Burrows anyway?

Well, I mean.... you know who, and it isn't Elvis. Jon is a big fake flake!

Thursday, August 13, 2009 2:48:00 PM  
Blogger Belkis Cuza-Malé said...

$99.00 is the correct price of a copy of my book. It is the price Amazon has sold some used copies of Elvis. The Unquiet Grave. And I will send it signed to anyone who buys one.
It is a good price because my book is now a piece of history about Elvis and the spiritual subject.

Thank you for your interest on my book, cabeza de chorlito.


Monday, August 17, 2009 2:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you still have copies of this book as of March 21, 2010?

Ms.Male is correct. The value of the book is high and it is a collector's item.

Sunday, March 21, 2010 7:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been absent from all of this hype for some time--I felt that it was too much to bear. I couldn’t understand why no one could leave this man’s memory alone—he gave his life for his fans…doesn’t anyone else see that?
I first saw Elvis at the age of 8—and that was just by chance—it was 1968—and I was the “remote control” for the television, so I was turning the channels for my father and came across Elvis singing “If I Can Dream”—it stopped me dead in my tracks—I was so touched by that song and his performance that I was hooked—that was the day I became an Elvis fan. Now, mind you…at that time most young kids were either the Jackson5 fans or some other new group—but I stood strong…and didn’t waver –even though that meant I was going to be ridiculed throughout school for like him---didn’t care—and the way I looked at it was—they were just jealous—cause Elvis was the Kind of Rock and Roll!
I know exactly where I was and what I was doing the day the news came across the television—I was devastated…I felt so guilty when "Elvis" died because I was an indirect contributor, because I was a fan—I know now how stupid that really sounds---but tell that to a 15 year old girl—that as soon as she was old enough would going to travel to Tennessee to see Graceland, and perhaps get to meet this amazing person. After that day—I would never listen, read, or look at anything written or broadcasted about him—I just wanted them to leave him alone to rest in peace. Just recently I had clicked on a link through Facebook that has brought up stuff about Elvis---I just now started seeing all the stuff bringing to life that fact that he may have had to go underground to protect himself and his family—if this is indeed true—I can understand why he did what he did---family was the most important thing to him and to protect it was first and foremost. I pray that he can forgive us fans that took his life away from him—and I hope they caught those people that separated him from his family in that manner. It finally hit me that I was carrying around all this grief/guilt and I am finally able to release it. I only wish him well and pray that he has finally found what he was searching for this time around.
Take care and be well,
Carole Haupt

Saturday, August 28, 2010 5:49:00 PM  

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