Early Feb. 8, 1990, Dr. Hyram Kitchen left his North Knox County home to meet colleagues for breakfast, but he never made it out of his driveway. He pushed the boundaries in veterinary medicine, but did his intense demeanor get the former dean killed? Almost 3 decades after he was gunned down in his own driveway, investigators are still trying to find out who is responsible for his death.
Widow Frances Worthington, 77, lived a quiet life in her South Knoxville home. Then a killer busted in on New Year’s Eve 1995.
What that person did was horrendous – wrecking her home, bludgeoning her, sprinkling coins and mini chocolates around her body, violating her with a wine bottle.
How her family responded was remarkable. They forgive whoever committed this still-unsolved murder.
The bodies of four women turn up at a notorious lover’s lane. The main suspect – a man on the street nicknamed “The Zoo Man.”
His lawyers said one of his multiple personalities really did it. The prosecution insists that was a farce.
The story of one of East Tennessee’s first serial killers – who authorities say got away with murder.
Popular radio host Gus Gossert once had thousands of music fans who listened to his broadcasts of the golden oldies.
Then a gunman shot him to death off a remote road in West Knox County.
Was it drugs? Money? Revenge over a woman?
More than 40 years later it’s still an unsolved killing.