Biographer claims Elvis was destined to die young due to his family’s history of incest

Elvis Presley’s early death was inevitable and brought on by genetic defects caused by incest in his family tree, an author argued in a biography.

In Elvis: Destined to Die Young, Sally Hoedel argued Elvis’ early death by heart attack at 42 was a fore-dawn conclusion brought on by defective genes passed down from his maternal grandparents, who married despite being first cousins.

Hoedel, a life long fan of Elvis, told the Sun she was inspired to research the book after noticing similarities…

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