Date: 4 Jul 1930
Place: Fladbury, Worcestershire
Samuel Butler was found dead in a caravan.
He had been shot on 4 July 1930. He was found dead on the floor of the caravan.
His wife was charged with his murder at the Worcester Assizes but found not guilty.
The defence stated that the gun which was found near his body was dirty and liable to go off accidently.
His wife said that she was asleep when the shot was fired and said that a dog might have accidently touched the trigger and fired it.
see Western Times - Wednesday 24 December 1930
see Northern Whig - Saturday 25 October 1930
see Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Wednesday 29 October 1930
see Lancashire Evening Post - Saturday 10 January 1931