‘Days Of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Sami Changes Her Mind About Will, Turns To Rafe For Help. Could Will Be Exhumed?

Sami has been through a full range of emotions since returning to Salem on Days of Our Lives. Ben’s claim that her son Will is still alive led John and Paul to ask for her consent to exhume Will’s body, just to prove or disprove the claim. As she runs out of clues to follow, is this the only way to get some solid answers?

The following will contain spoilers for Days of Our Lives. If you don’t want to know what may be coming on the long-running soap opera, now is the time to stop reading.

Sami is a firecracker on Days of Our Lives. When it comes to her children, she is a fierce protector. Whatever shortcomings she may have, loving and caring for her kids has never come in question. She was there when Will was at the morgue, identified his body, said her goodbyes, and attended his funeral. Sami thought she had lost her firstborn forever until Ben returned to Salem to clear his name in the murder of Will.

According to Soap Opera Spy, Sami will return to Salem from Memphis on Wednesday. Having followed the clues to find Will, she is left more confused than ever after finding her mother-in-law, Susan Banks, in Memphis at the home of an Elvis impersonator. Susan’s claims of a failed resurrection attempt fell short of satisfying Sami’s need for answers. She is ready to look in the direction of someone she knows she can trust to help find some answers.

Days of Our Lives spoilers tell us that Sam will ask Rafe to help her out. The details of what she asks of Rafe are sketchy, but we know that Susan Banks isn’t one Sami can believe. Sami needs to find some real answers regarding Will, and Paul is not ready to reveal that he did, in fact, see Will in Memphis.


There are hints that the residents of Salem will be learning some new information regarding Will. Could it be that Sami has asked Rafe to have Will’s body exhumed, only to find that he is not there? Or does Paul decided to confess to Sonny that he found Will? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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