Date: 10 Apr 1935
Eileen Caddell died from an injection.
The pathologist said that her death was due to shock through injection.
The Coroner said that there were activities known to be going on in the district and that the people concerned could be named and that some of them could have been involved in Eileen Caddell's case. He added that inquiries were being carried out and that if further facts came to light that there would be no obstacle to further proceedings.
He said, 'It is deplorable that a girl of 20 should lose her life in this way. If anyone has acted contrary to the law it is a pity if that person cannot be identified, but that is not possible at the moment'.
An open verdict was returned.
see Gloucester Citizen - Wednesday 10 April 1935