New Clues Emerge About Will On 'Days Of Our Lives'.
The man who allegedly brought Will back to life confessed to having done so before committing suicide, and now, as the investigation continues into his claims, new evidence and clues may emerge which could reveal where the resurrected young man is on the Wednesday, Oct. 25 episode of "Days of Our Lives."
Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Sami (Alison Sweeney) both confronted Dr. Rolf (William Utay) after Andre (Thaao Penghlis) got him to Salem, as he was the one who claimed to Clyde (James Read) on the NBC soap that Will (Chandler Massey) was still alive. While cornered by them, Rolf admitted he had indeed resurrected Will after posing as the medical examiner, and revealed he had indeed been in the morgue when he was able to recite Sami's last words to her son. He also insisted that his doing what he did was not something that Stefano had requested him to do.
However, before telling them who had hired him to bring Will back to life, or admitting anything about his current whereabouts, Rolf killed himself by swallowing a cyanide pill. Now, knowing he is a literal dead end, Hope has kept Sami at bay by temporarily arresting her so she can let the police officially uncover more clues. In need of answers as quickly as possible, she will enlist both JJ (Casey Moss) and Lani (Sal Stowers) to help her comb Rolf's hotel room for any possible clues.
Together, the three will work diligently to find anything they can that will give them a new lead, as time is beginning to run out when it comes to finding answers. The only people who have claimed to have knowledge about Will being alive are now all dead ends, with Clyde and Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) unable to share more information since they don't have any, and Rolf now dead. The only thing that will help is any clue that gives everyone in Salem the information they are desperately seeking.
However, the hard work could pay off, as the team of detectives may finally find a small piece of information that at least points them in the right direction. And whether the information they uncover leads them to Rolf's boss, or to Will himself, it could be the one thing that helps finally put the mystery to a close once and for all.
"Days of Our Lives" airs weekdays on NBC.