The craziest celebrity wills and dying wishes
Aretha Franklin's three handwritten wills are being investigated
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Everyone has a dying wish. For many, that means managing money beyond the grave. Wills are pretty important, and it's good to ensure you pass something on to your loved ones. That said, many celebs have unusual wills and dying wishes.
The late, great Aretha Franklin's three handwritten wills were discovered in couch cushions at her home in Michigan. While her heirs had reportedly agreed to put the estate, which might be worth millions, in the hands of her niece, Sabrina Owens, these handwritten wills reportedly show that the singer wanted her son, Kecalf Franklin, to serve as the representative of her estate.
Click on to read the strangest celebrity wills and dying wishes.