What this is all about....
"THE WILL"
Follow links below to see the actual
documents
THE WILL
THE WILL AS SEEN BY DOCUMENT EXAMINER
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The analysis exposed the crudely done forgery by
tracing over a scanned image of a signature
HOW TO OPEN A SAFE THAT
CONTAINS PERSONAL
PAPERS OF THE DECEASED,
INCLUDING A "WILL".
Looking at the forged will, it is easy to see the lines that have been drawn over
to make it appear an original signature.

The line under the signature, the document examiner was able to see the
extra line that was copies from the scanned document.

The register of wills accepted it as an original, even though the individual
pages were not initialed by Raymond.

A blank line was witnessed by all three witnesses, dated by his sister-in-law,  
pages.

The address line did not include a state.

No mention of the "wishes" Darlene wrote about in her e-mail letter
(E-mail from Darlene)

No mention of cremation.

Wouldn't you think all these matters would have been included since Darlene
insisted Ray told her that he wanted to be cremated and that he specified a
particular funeral home.

She was only "following my husbands wishes"
(E-mail from Darlene)
Ray stored his coin collection, important papers and extra emergency cash in this concrete
reinforced safe that required two keys and a combination to open.
The widow Darlene Zachry told
the court she found Ray's will in this safe.


The safe was discovered in the shrubbery at Ray's home in Conowingo, MD near his garden shed
where his yard tools had been removed to make room for more bags of garbage.
(below)
Inside shed
Collecting leaves and garbage - not mowing