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When Linda Davison was a young teenager back in 1957 there is no doubt that the only person on her mind was no other than The King of Rock N Roll Thats right Elvis Presley In a conducted interview questions on historical world events such as The Columbus Day Storm of 1962 The First man on the Moon of 1968 Elvis Presley and the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center buildings on September 11 2001 were asked Linda gave useful information about her memory of September 11 2001 and revealed her opinions on to why the attack happened and why nothing was done to prevent it She stated Everything was different back then Davison When asked about the Columbus Day Storm she could not recall a single detail about that event She thought it was pretty cool how Americans could put a man on the moon But nothing lit up her face more than the topic of Elvis Presley Elvis seemed to be more important to a teenager in the 50s judging by the look of her face than any other event that had happened in her life Linda no longer looked like a 71 year old woman but a 16 year old girl when she shared about how she felt that she was madly in love with the handsome rock and roll singer She actually had also previously done research of her own on the celebrity when she was younger She knew where he was born where he lived she knew what high school Elvis went to and who his high school sweetheart was a woman by the name of Dixie Locke Linda knew when he became famous about his army career how he met his wife who she was and all about him bringing her here from another country Linda knew how Elvis had paid for Pricillas education and then all about their marriage Ms Davison had bought every album movie poster
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