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July 17, 2011 - 10:19:16 AM
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Elvis Presley Video Video : George Klein Interviews Dr. Nick : George Nichopoulos

George Klein interviews Dr. Nick : George Nichopoulos on his 'Memphis Sounds' TV Show.
In this short video interview with GK, Dr Nick gives his opinion on why Elvis died.

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The Lone Ranger

After a skiing accident at Vail Colorado, with Dr.Nick's (George Nichopoulos) son Dean needing medical attention, Elvis, Dr Nick and Dean went to the local hospital. (Date unknown).

George Nichopoulos: 'Finally we arrived at the hospital. I pulled out my Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance card with Elvis Presley Enterprises printed on it and handed it to the busy receptionist.

She must have thought she was being cute, 'cause she smirked back, 'Yeah. So where's Elvis?'

Still wearing his ski mask, Elvis looked all around, left and right, up and down; then he answered mischievously, 'He's here ... somewhere', 'And who are you?' the receptionist shot back. 'The Lone Ranger', Elvis replied matter-of-factly. But she had already returned to her paperwork, paying no attention to the silly masked man. (X-rays showed Dean's knee was badly sprained and bruised with contusions.

From the book: The King and Dr. Nick by George Nichopoulos.

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