“I know how amazing ‘Elvis has a son’ sounds, and that some people—probably most—won’t believe me when I tell them Elvis was my real father, but I guess that’s kind of why I wrote the book; to offer my side of what is, a pretty cool, if astonishing, story.”
Questioned whether he’s worried some people may not only not believe him but in fact think him mad for making such an outrageous claim—however supported by ‘the facts’ it might be, Flynn is unperturbed and undeterred to let the world know Elvis has a son.
“Sure, some people will think I’m crazy as a loon—but then I think there’ll be others who are open to the possibility, after all, Elvis was known, not just for his amazing voice, jaw-dropping charisma and mischievous nature but also his appreciation for the fairer sex. Elvis loved women. As I discovered, my Mum just happened to be one of the women he loved.”
Zippin Pippin, the story of the son Elvis never knew, was written by Benjamin Grant Mitchell, as told by Angus Flynn upon his return from the trip that will, upon publication of his fascinating ‘memoir-like’
“I’d written a few songs before the book but thanks to Benjamin Grant Mitchell, a writer from Melbourne who helped me get the story out, I think Zippin Pippin is a fantastic read. It’s a story I’m not only glad to have now told but definitely proud to share with everyone and anyone who cares about the legend that is Elvis Presley. I think the world will be intrigued to learn what I did about The King.”
Zippin Pippin will be published on 16th August 2012 and available via Amazon as both an eBook and Createspace paperback.
For more visit: http://www.benjamingrantmitchell.com