Miss Hattie Stold His Heart Away

DESCRIPTION: "Under my uncle's kind and friendly roof... Then to my so distressful life I took unto myself a wife." But then Miss Hattie beguiled him and caused him to kill his wife with poison disguised as medicine, then strangled her. His wife had been good to him
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1952 (High)
KEYWORDS: love courting marriage poison homicide adultery wife
REFERENCES (1 citation):
High, pp. 24-25, "Miss Hattie Stold His Heart Away" (1 text)
File: High024

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