To borrow from "The Black Church's" subtitle, Georgia, this is very much your story. This is your song.
Before dawn Oct. 26, 1960, police dogs roused a then-31-year-old Martin Luther King Jr. awake in a DeKalb County Jail cell. Sherriff’s deputies yelled for him to get up, handcuffed and manacled him by flashlight, and shoved him into the back of a police car. They ignored his pleas for an explanation.
It was 4 a.m. when they drove into the night on a desolate country road. He had no idea if he would live to see the sun rise.
Tonight Virginia Prescott talks Agatha Christie secrets with author Marie Benedict – meaning there’s no better time to engage in a debut round of WhoKnewIt regarding one of the biggest names in the Whodunit business.
Finally something unprecedented that’s actually good this year.