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Wednesday October 20th, 2021 11:19PM

LISTEN: Was Elvis destined to die young?

By Mornings on Maine Street

Sally Hoedel takes a different look at Elvis Pressley and finds that Elvis was indeed destined to die young. Hoedel explained on "Mornings on Maine Street" that genetics were not in his favor.

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