The Goss-Udderzook Tragedy Being a History of a Strange Case of Deception and Murder, Including the Great Life Insurance Case, and the Trial of William E. Udderzook for the Murder of W. S. Goss.

Baltimore: Baltimore Gazette Printers, 1873, octavo, 59 pp., printed in double column format, lacks frontispiece portrait and wrappers, ex-library, bound in later plain gray cloth, red leather spine label, handstamp on title-page, shelf label on spine, else a good copy.

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Udderzook and Goss conspired to collect the life insurance money after faking the death of Goss. Later Udderzook murdered Goss, was tried condemned and executed for the crime. 

McDade, Annals of Murder 1012