It took four years, but finally Nora Schweihs was on the cusp of getting the closure she needed regarding her father's death. Did he get a proper burial? In other words, was the body in his casket really him? On the season finale of "Mob Wives: Chicago" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1), the funeral director agreed to exhume his body to get a positive ID.
Without DNA tests, the funeral director told Nora that he couldn't make a positive ID on the body, so Nora decided to do it herself. She simply felt she couldn't wait any longer. Unfortunately, though, Nora had no better luck identifying his remains after four years.
"I’m supposed to have closure today after four years and now I have to wait another two to three weeks?" she said, exasperated. But she'd come this far, so she toughed it out.
In the end, she got the confirmation and the closure that she needed. Nora tweeted to her followers that the closure was amazing and that she now wears a cross around her neck with her father's ashes in it.
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