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Death in Houston High Society Epilogue: The Riddle of Dean Goss

Death in Houston High Society Epilogue: The Riddle of Dean Goss

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The final episode of our Death in Houston High Society series. Dean Goss’s final decent was in November of 1992. Both rumors of that the man had committed suicide and been slain by the same person who’d killed his first and second wives swirled around Houston, but the truth was neither. Friends of Dean eulogized him at one of the man’s favorite watering holes. But after the death, the slayings of Elaine Richman Goss, Paula Brawley Goss, and James Jackson Brown seemed to become erased from Houston’s collective memory. The murders remain unsolved to this day, and it seems incredible that “The Riddle of Dean Goss” didn’t land itself along the city’s other infamous true crime cases – such as the Ice Box Murders and the Candyman.

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The Houston Press, The Houston Chronicle, The Austin Statesman, kvue.com, Headquarters Detective Magazine’s November 1993 issue and court documents were used as sources for this episode.

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Death in Houston High Society Epilogue: The Riddle of Dean Goss

Death in Houston High Society Epilogue: The Riddle of Dean Goss

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