THE lastthing that some people in life need is to be indulged - it just encourages them.
People like Gilles Elmalih, akathe "Jerusalem Elvis" (Blue Suede Jew, BBC2, Monday).
Gilles claims Elvis speaks to him through his son, Tiran, who is apparently a medium. How deluded was the Elvis impersonator? Very.
At one point, when film-maker Morgan. Matthews confessed it was him who had got Uri Geller to contact Gilles (the dead Elvis had been supposed to pass the message on, but Matthews decided to act when the "King" failed to get in touch with the spoon-bender), he maintained that Elvis MUST have worked his magic.
Please, don't encourage these people - ignore them.
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Apr 21, 2007|
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