EarthCam “Time Shift” Webcam Discovers Early Elvis Vegas Street Performance
New Camera Prototype Transforms Energy Fields of Past Into Life-Like Images
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New York, April 1, 2010 -- In a dramatic breakthrough expected to bring new insights into the past, EarthCam’s prototype “Time Shift” webcam today scanned a location in front of a famous Las Vegas sign and locked-in on a past street performance by Elvis.
The image will be webcast one day only on April 1st starting at 10 am ET. Elvis Cam
"We have every scientific reason to believe that we found a rumored impromptu Elvis street performance that took place beneath the sign on April 1, 1970 during one of his Vegas bookings," said Dr. Apryel Durak of the Pierogi Institute of Technology (PIT). Dr. Durak‘s theory of "Time Base Disbursement" (TBD) is the basis for the secret camera development.
"It is important to note that this is not a film, video or digital media re-creation, but an actual observation of the TBD energy field re-visited live in the time-space continuum by capturing layered pulsating energy fragments," said Dr. Durak who refused to detail the proprietary technology.
Dr. Durak also observed that Elvis appears to be surrounded by strange creatures. "This is the first definitive evidence supporting stories that Elvis was abducted by aliens years later," Durak said. "They were already part of his entourage."
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