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This is the autobiography of the world’s most well-known fan club president, Todd Slaughter, not through celebrity but because of his unforgettable name. His encounters with the rich and famous occurred - not that anyone wanted to meet him, but everyone wanted to talk about Elvis. Conceived on the battlefields of Flanders (coastal Belgium) during WWII, adopted into poverty by loving parents, and growing up in the cosmopolitan East Midlands city of Leicester, this is the story of one man's determination to promote and preserve the legacy of Elvis Presley.Todd's passion for Elvis is unquestionable. His achievements for Elvis, for the Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Great Britain and its members are remarkable. His involvement with entertainment industry moguls is unbelievable.Despite bad luck, bad health and bad people, Todd has survived to tell a remarkable story.

This work is not a biography but an overview of the private and commercial life of one of the world’s most famous, some may say infamous, show business managers. Being the boss of a business, a football team or an entertainer attracts a variety of praise and abuse, and, since Elvis’ death, Colonel Parker has been vilified from all quarters. I was battered and bruised when Elvis died. He was my hero, the voice I turned to when I needed solace, the man who spearheaded my social existence and enabled me to cultivate lifelong friendships with like-minded souls. It would be wrong of me to say that Elvis knew me, but he was aware of what I did, and that was a thrill. On several occasions, he acknowledged me and our party of Fan Club members from the stage when we were in his audience. How good is that?! Colonel Parker knew me, helped me, was kind to me and my family, particularly during some difficult times. He was my friend, but that does not exonerate him from the mistakes he made when looking after Elvis’ interests. All that said, I want Colonel Parker to be remembered as Elvis’ manager, and not mistakenly as the guy who invented Southern Fried Chicken.