A dead widow, a basin freezer with a corpse and a letter signed by a notary public.
It was what the police in Tooele, Utah, found in november in Jeanne Souron-Mathers home. But now you have a theory about why you did this mysterious fund.
Jeanne Souron-Mathers was the dead widow. She was 75 years old. The corpse in kummefryseren was her husband Paul Mathers, who was last seen in February 2009.
The notary-signed letter originated from Paul Mathers. Here he made it clear that the wife had nothing to do with his death.
But why was his body so in kummefryseren? According to CNN believes the police, to Paul Mathers died 10 years ago, while the widow received a monthly allowance from the veteranernes health insurance.
A monthly amount, which of course she would not receive if he were dead. Police estimate that she has received an amount equal to 1.2 million dollars, while the husband was in the kummefryseren.
the Police have been in contact with the notary who signed the letter in december 2008.
"Investigators found the notary, and she said that she did not read the letter. She signed it simply," says Jeremy Hansen from the local police.Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 13:00