Local Man In Deadly Alibi Airing Monday On Biography Channel

Monday, December 10, 2012

Former Chattanoogan Scott King, whose family at one time operated the Sky Harbor Motel on the side of Lookout Mountain, will be appearing in Deadly Alibi, airing on the Biography Channel Monday at 9 p.m. 

Deadly Alibi is a true story based on actual people about unsolved cases. They interview the real detectives along with actor reenactments. 

Monday's show is about an abusive man (Mr. King's character) who was killed and the case was left unsolved for many years. 


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