Tennessee death row inmate David Earl Miller has chosen fried chicken, mashed potatoes, biscuits and coffee as his last meal before his scheduled execution Thursday, according to the Tennessee Department of Correction.
The meal will be delivered to him Thursday, TDOC said. Death row inmates typically get $20 toward a special meal before they are executed.
Miller was sentenced to death after he was convicted of murdering Lee Standifer, 23, in 1981.
If things move forward as expected, Miller, 61, would be the third man put to death in 2018.
Miller was moved out of his cell on death row Tuesday and into a cell next to the execution chamber for a three-day period known as "death watch."
During death watch, the 72 hours leading up to an execution, "strict guidelines are implemented to maintain the security and control of the offender and to maintain safe and orderly operations of the prison," according to the Tennessee Department of Correction.