All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert’s Suspicious Death Focus Of New Report From Connecticut TV Station

WTNH, an ABC-affiliate TV station in New Haven, CT, have shared a new report on the suspicious death of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert. The segment features interviews with Oli’s family members and bandmates and it can be found HERE.

As previously reported, Oli passed away in October 2018 and police have been investigating his death as suspicious. His body was found in a pond near his home in Stafford Springs, CT and he had unprescribed antidepressants and sleeping aids in his system. His widow Elizabeth Herbert later revealed that his death was the result of drowning by issuing an odd sounding statement.

One week before Oli’s death, the guitarist also signed a will making Elizabeth the sole executor and benefactor. It also said that his sister Cynthia Herbert was not allowed to become executor or receive anything from his estate and that Elizabeth would get all “property as well as any current or future earnings.”

All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte previously expressed frustration with the lack of an arrest in Oli’s death, while seemingly referencing Elizabeth, who he previously called a “garbage human being.” He also revealed that the band couldn’t do anything with Oli’s name on it due to the financial dispute between them and Elizabeth. This includes benefits that the group wanted to do in his honor.

Fans and friends have long thought Oli’s death was suspicious and were previously sharing evidence on a Justice For Oli Herbert Facebook page.

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