Woman's Dark Secret Revealed Following Her Death

After Leigh Ann Sabine succumbed to a battle with brain cancer, her neighbor, Michelle James, was pitching in to help clean out her home when she made a shocking discovery. As the Daily Mail reports, the neighbor discovered a perfectly mummified skeleton, and it turned out to be Leigh Anne’s husband.

Leigh Anne had often passed sly remarks that she had gone ahead and offed her husband, but no one ever took her seriously. Turns out that they should have, as the skeletal remains were pinpointed to be John Sabine, who passed away 18 years prior.

“It is my view that Leigh Sabine probably killed John Sabine and wrapped up his body to move it outside. There was no evidence to suggest anyone else knew of his death,” said Detective Chief Inspector Gareth Morgan

She reportedly struck her husband in the head with a ceramic frog that they kept in their bedroom, and that proved to be a fatal blow. Leigh Anne would wrap his remains and avoid detection until her own recent death.

“It was relatively well-preserved because of a process known as "chemical mummification", which occurs in certain circumstances. It can persist for years or even centuries,” explained Dr. Jones, the pathologist assigned to the case.

Source: Mail Online
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