Justice For Oli, Part 2 – Money Troubles, Witchcraft, Crazy Eyes And Rumors Of Homemade Abortion Juice Definitely Don’t Help The Wife’s Public Image As This Shit Keeps Getting Weirder
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Earlier today I wrote about the bizarre death of 44 year old guitarist Oli Herbert, of ‘All That Remains”, a local metal band from Springfield. Oli was found dead in a pond near his home in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. Although nothing has been officially determined as far as the cause of death just yet, police have determined it to be “suspicious” and a whole lot of his friends, family and fans are giving major side eye to his widowed wife of 14 years, Beth Herbert.
Although it’s hard to say what really happened to Oli at this point, one thing is abundantly clear – Beth is fucking terrible at doing her own PR. There has been no shortage of shady Facebook posts from her since the day of her late husband’s passing, which at times borders on chilling, given the context.
All those crying laughing emojis and exclamation points really aren’t doing her any favors considering she’s discussing her husband who died a mere month ago, that’s for damn sure. And given the fact his body was found in the pond behind their home, posts like these ones she put up the day of his death:
Definitely have a little of that “Fatal Attraction” vibe to them.
Turns out Beth is in to some weird shit outside of seemingly inappropriate social media posts surrounding her husband’s death. Namely, she’s in to witchcraft, which isn’t all that strange in theory, but she sure makes it fucking strange.
And yeah, sharing shit on social media is just not a huge deal, and lots of people do it. But then there’s this creepy death doll altar she put up in her home:
And we’ve gone full speed to crazy town. Beth doesn’t seem all that well adjusted. Even crazier, an acquaintance that I spoke to recounted a time when Beth gleefully bragged about offering to mix up a home abortion cocktail for some friends going through an unplanned pregnancy in 1994. Because, if there’s a face I’d trust with my bootleg magical OB/GYN care,
It’s this one. She’s got those crazy eyes that just scream, “I can take care of your unborn baby.”
Honestly, given Oli’s strange and untimely demise, a lot of the stuff this chick has posted feels pretty damn sinister.
And of course, there’s the issue of money. In addition to their home being foreclosed upon, Oli never seemed to have very much. And he was, by all accounts, the primary breadwinner. Friends often found themselves picking up the tab for nights out and the like, because allegedly Beth took control of finances, and spent right through them. And there’s the pesky habit she had of selling and pawning Oli’s stuff behind his back.
And continuing that pattern after his death, as well.
I don’t know you guys, this is all pretty shady.