Season: 3 Episode: 25
One of the most sensational murder cases in the history of Bristol, Tennessee was the Killing Of Lillie Davis in East Hill Cemetery in 1907.
Ack Hale of Bristol was convicted of murdering Miss Davis and was sentenced to life in the state penitentiary.
Hale claimed the Davis girl shot herself with his revolver after having repeatedly threatened the end her life but the story starts many months before with the death of Lillie's brother.
This podcast has been specially edited from a Bradley Stoke Radio show in Bristol, England.
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The Journal & Tribune (Knoxville, Tennessee) 30 Mar 1907 Saturday
Nashville Banner. 2nd April 1907 Tuesday
The Washington Times 31st May 1907 Friday
The Baltimore Sun 25th September 1907 Wednesday
The Tennessean 21 December 1908 Monday
Nashville Banner 23 December 1908 Wednesday
Chatanooga Daily Times 29th September 1907 Sunday
Bristol Herald Courier 5 Jan 1947 
Bristol Herald Courier 29 March 1959
The Journal & Tribune (Knoxville, Tennessee) 2 Aug 1914
Intro music by The Model Folk
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