Man frozen for 10 years found with letter saying his wife was not related to his death
Police have found a notarized letter believed to have been written by a man whose body was discovered in the freezer of a Utah retirement home, claiming his wife had nothing to do with his death.
Locals think Jeanne Souron-Mathers, 75, kept the death of her husband Paul Edward Mathers, 69, secret so she could claim $177,000 in government payouts after the veteran died.
Police are looking at whether tey planned for him to keep collecting his Social Security and Veteran’s Affairs checks, and a friend said it was a ‘clever’ move if the man got the note signed to put the Remington Park Retirement Apartments resident in the clear.
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