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“Before he passed away, Elvis’ friend and karate instructor Ed Parker, told of Elvis’ face being shoved under a basin of ice and astringent until he struggled for air, and began inhaling and choking on the substance. This was done to get the swelling down from his face caused by the bloating of his failing liver and cortisone medication. They wanted him to ‘look good’ for the next show. As a result, his lungs and eyes were damaged from the toxic astringent. (This incident was told by Ed to Fran Dale. It was also written by Larry Geller a spiritual confidant of Elvis’, in his book, ‘If I Can Dream.’ Larry’s version states that the bowl contained ice and water, but Ed told Fran that he too, had thought it was water until he later went over to the bowl and inspected it more closely, at which time he realized that the fluid it contained was astringent.)”
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“Another witness, Fran Dale, described a scenario in a hotel in which Elvis was staying for a performance in that city. This was apparently after the concert. She saw him come down the hall, again with two men holding on to him. Elvis seemed ill, but alert. He looked right at her, and attempted to walk over to her, but the men tightened their grip on him and he was escorted into a room. The door closed. Later, someone went in and this woman caught a brief flash of Elvis solemnly sitting in a chair with several men around him, none of whom she recognized as being a part of his usual entourage. At one point, she heard what she believes to be Elvis’ voice yelling, “No, no, don’t do that!” After which another voice said gruffly, “Shut up!” Minutes later, he was brought from the room by the same two men again. This time he was unconscious, his chin resting on his chest. They threw a cape around him and ‘walked’ him down the hall.”
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