SEQUELS: Hughes' Ghost v. the Wolves

What was Howard Hughes' legal residence? Was he mentally competent? Did he leave a will? Who are the rightful heirs to his estimated $2 billion estate? Last week, seven months after Hughes died of kidney failure aboard a Texas-bound private airplane, none of those questions had been answered; Howard Hughes was generating as much mystery from the grave as he had in life. In the most bizarre quest for information yet, a neuropathologist will soon examine a portion of Hughes' brain that has been pickled and preserved in a jar on a...

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