The crime documentary TV genre gets a lot of mileage out of the murders of Marty Theer and David Shannon. Both of these notorious Fayetteville murder cases will again be presented on a national network in the next week.
It’s the third time these stories will be told on national television, following versions aired on the Oxygen channel’s “Snapped” show and on “Dateline: NBC.” The new shows interviewed me, prosecutors, law enforcement and others to help tell the stories. I’ve seen review copies.
The premiere episode of “Scorned: Love Kills” debuts at 10 p.m. Saturday on the Investigation Discovery channel with the Shannon murder of 2002, a case that brought to light a Fayetteville subculture of open marriage and sexual swing club partner-swapping.
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