Mysteries remain, one year after Sherman murders

Thursday marks one year since anyone saw Barry and Honey Sherman alive and still, there are so many questions surrounding their deaths.

Among the mysteries is the question of where is Honey Sherman's will.

The Toronto Star reports that the document has yet to be found.

They report that no one has come forward to say they were given the will for safekeeping and it has not been found in the couple's home.

Barry and Honey Sherman's shared estate is worth an estimated $5 billion.

Sources tell the Star that Barry's will left everything to Honey and if she died first, the estate would be divided between the couple's four children.

A year after the deaths and still, there have been no arrests in this case.

The Shermans were found strangled in the pool area of their North York mansion on December 15th.

They were last seen alive on the evening of December 13th.