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Monday, June 16, 2014

Family Ransacks Grave in Search of a Will

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In 2004, Eddie Nash died of a heart attack at age 68.  However, just last month his concrete vault at the Colebook Village Cemetery was found cracked, the casket opened, and his remains searched through.  An arrest affidavit named Ginette Dowse, Michael Day, and Nash’s daughter, Melanie Lynch.  Police believe that they were looking for Nash's ‘real will.’  He has since been reburied.

See Associated Press, Grave Opened in Search of ‘Real Will,’ Say Police in Colebook, N.H., The Boston Globe, June 13, 2014. 

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