Popular culture’s most notorious undead icon thumbs a ride on a road to nowhere, captured for eternity by photographer George Simhoni. The juxtaposition between light and darkness with the glowing hint of the Heavens peeking through the ominous clouds onto the black-clad King makes this both a fun, kitschy trope and a foreboding metaphor. People actually started impersonating Elvis in the 1950s, just as his career was taking off. Elvis impersonators run the gamut from hobbyist to full-time professional, whether eerie doppelgängers or able to mimic The King's distinctive crooning. Andy Kaufman, the entertainer, actor and comedian, added his version of Elvis to his act in the 1970s—and was Elvis' personal favorite.