The night Elvis Presley stopped a fight In Madison, Wisconsin
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Past seasons have nitty gritty homicides in Oklahoma and Nebraska, and you can discover those chronicled any place you get your digital recordings. This week, however, we have a unique, one-off scene that is a bit more eccentric and light.
To stamp the commemoration of his demise, this scene is about the time Elvis Presley, the King of rock and roll, halted a battle in Madison, Wisconsin one summer night in 1977, and it will be trailed by a meeting with Tom Still, the previous
Wisconsin State Journal columnist and manager (and current leader of the Wisconsin Technology Council), who got the early morning call and at last deified the episode on the first page simply a modest bunch of weeks before Elvis would die on August 16, 1977.
The show was delivered, recorded, and altered by Chris Lay, with colossal because of Tom Still.
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