New Susan Powell Video Released as Police Close Case

In video Powell expresses wish for family to "live happily ever after."
2:08 | 05/23/13

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Transcript for New Susan Powell Video Released as Police Close Case
Now to a surprising twist in the case of that missing utah mom, susan powell. The investigation is officially closed but video has just been released of her talking to the camera just months before she vanished. Abc's neal karlinsky has the story. This is me. JULY 29th, 2008. Reporter: This morning the now eerie voice of susan powell five months before her disappearance in a never before seen video recording her family's belongings just in case something ever happened. Covering all my bases making sure that if something happens to me or my family or all of us our assets are documented. Reporter: This video and a mountain of personal notes and other evidence, the sum of an entire life reduced to a tiny thumb drive handed out by police on monday. Investigators declaring that the mystifying and sad case of what happened to susan powell is now officially closed. No stone has been left unturned. Reporter: From susan's 2009 disappearance to repeated searches to the horrific murder/suicide of her husband and two children south of seattle last year, police have never wavered from the belief that josh powell was involved. Even if they could never prove it. Susan left a handwritten will this a safe deposit box explicitly writing it wasn't to be seen by her husband and preemptively pointing the finger right at him. "If I die, it may not be an accident even if it looks like one," she wrote. I have necklaces too. As you can see got in a rage and broke this and pearls and opals. Broke this and threw all my dvd VDs AND A MESS. Reporter: Susan powell, the happy mother turned fearful wife ends the video on an optimistic note that even she doesn't quite believe. Hope everything works out and live happily ever after as much as that's possible. Reporter: For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle.

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