Elvis appears at Phoenix man's home

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PHOENIX -- Elvis Presley died on August 16, 1977 at his home, Graceland Mansion, in Memphis, Tennessee. He was 42-years-old.

While Presley's death shocked and saddened millions, his memory lives on among the thousands of fans who traveled to Graceland this week to celebrate the American icon’s life. 

Thirty-three years after his untimely death, the third week in August has come to be known as “Elvis Week” by fans worldwide.

For seven hot days each summer, Las Vegas casinos bring out their best talent, television networks pay tribute in their weekend movie line-ups, local deejays spin their favorite Elvis tunes, and no August would be complete without an Elvis sighting or two.

Saturday night, a Phoenix man had just finished watching 3,000 Miles to Graceland  when something strange happened.  The 2001 hit starring Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner is about a gang of ex-cons who rob a Vegas casino during Elvis week.

As the credits rolled and Elvis tunes played in the background, the man noticed a strange shadow on the blinds covering his sliding glass door.  Somehow, something was casting a shadow that looked an awful lot like Elvis. 

Was it a sign?   Does it really look like Elvis?  Was it staged?  You be the judge.  Watch this video and tell us what you think.