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Did Elvis’s tyrannical manager Colonel Tom Parker get away with murder?

Anna van den Enden had been married for just five weeks when her life was brutally ended, probably with a crowbar, on May 17, 1929.

A greengrocer’s wife aged only 23, she was standing in her kitchen when she was struck with such force that, according to the police report, ‘part of the brain came through the right ear’. The killer literally beat her brains out.

The murder took place in the Dutch city of Breda, and to this day the case has never been solved.

One suspect was a young docker, a month shy of his 20th birthday, called Andreas van Kuijk — later known to the world as Colonel Tom Parker, the irrepressible, manipulative showman who managed Elvis Presley from 1956 until the singer’s death in 1977.

Parker masterminded Elvis’s meteoric rise to fame as the ‘King of Rock and Roll’.


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