In 1932, men like Al Capone, crime bosses that had a stranglehold of power through criminal activity, were in cities all over America. Chattanooga, Tennessee was no exception. It had its own crime boss that kept his finger on the pulse of a dark underworld in this sleepy southern town. Chattanooga had its king of crime. That is, until one summer night when the King of Chattanooga was over thrown by the King of kings.