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All That Remains guitarist signed will week before death

Sunday, January 13, 2019 5:23 PM PT
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According to the Hartford Courant, police investigating the October death of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert have examined a will signed by Herbert a week before his death. The will named Herbert's wife, Beth, as the executor and sole benefactor of his estate.

The will was reportedly notarized on October 9 by a friend of the Herberts who works at the Hartford car dealership where the will was signed. Oli Herbert's body was found near a pond behind his house a week later on October 16. While the medical examiner has stated that Herbert drowned, the circumstances surrounding his death have yet to be determined and have been called suspicious by law enforcement officials.

Sources tell the Courant that the 11-page will included mention of a life insurance policy of which Beth Herbert is the sole beneficiary. Additionally, the will specifies that Beth Herbert should receive all "property as well as any current or future earnings."

In a recent interview, an employee of the dealership named Alexander Mandel said that he was "pulled of the dealership floor" to sign the will as a witness. "I didn't even know who they were. I was told, I think, he was a rock star or something," said Mandel.

You can find additional details via the Courant's report here.



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