MORE ASTONISHING SECRETS FROM SMALL TOWNS ACROSS AMERICA ARE EXPOSED IN THE NEWEST EPISODE OF “CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS”
New Episode Premiere Concludes Marathon on Friday, June 24 at 8 P.M.
NASHVILLE – June 7, 2006 – The CMT series that tells authentic and unusual stories from backroads America returns with an all new episode and a marathon featuring classic episodes of CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS. CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: Missiles, Martians & Mustangs premieres Saturday, June 24 at 8:00 PM- 9:00 PM, ET/PT and ends a CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS marathon that begins at 4:00 PM.
CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: Missiles, Martians & Mustangs features real life stories from the most bizarre points in small town America, including a card game called PIG that has residents of Pall Mall, Tenn. running hog wild; a dangerous livelihood in Niland, Calif. that has scrappers scouring the desert collecting military artillery; a Martian-like community in Hanksville, Utah; steel anvil launching in Laurel, Miss. that requires two pounds of gun powder and nerves of steel; as well as Hutchinson, Kansas where criminals stare down wild horses for a chance at redemption.
Episodes featured in the marathon include CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: FREAKS, FOWLS AND FEDERALES, CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: VENOM, VICE & VALOR, CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: BULLS, BULLETS & BIGFOOT and CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: COWGIRLS, COMBINES & COMMANDOS.
CMT SMALL TOWN SECRETS: Missiles, Martians & Mustangs is a production of Planet Grande and produced by Tiller Russell and Eamon Harrington. Lewis Bogach serves as executive in charge of production for CMT.
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