The biggest seller in National Enquirer’s history

elvisFormer National Enquirer reporter Tony Brenna:

“I was assigned to get information on the Elvis physician who had prescribed him all the drugs. Others on our team were charged with getting a photo of the dead Elvis. We bought every miniature camera that was for sale in Memphis. One reporter found a distant cousin who, for a guarantee of more than $5,000, agreed to go to Graceland and try to get a photo.”

He got it, and the issue on the right set a record with 6.5 million copies sold.

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