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Mindy McCready might have been working on a so-called suicide video in the days leading up to her death. A private investigator named Danno Hanks told E! News that the singer hired him to put together a video for a song called "I'll See You Yesterday." The tune was originally written by a fan of McCready's named Courtney Dashe, and was produced by McCready's late boyfriend, David Wilson, who died last month.
Listen to the song!
Hanks said the song helped McCready deal with the loss of David adding, "She said she wanted to put together this video to help people deal when someone had suffered a suicide in their life and God, she was literally having me write her suicide note. If I had known, I would have made sure someone was there with her all the time."
The day before McCready allegedly shot herself at her Arkansas home, she sent Hanks one frame for the video with contact info for a suicide hotline. Hanks said, "I thought she was talking about sending a message about suicide for David's death but this is unbelievable. She was sending me a message. I wish I
had been more alert to what it was."
A spokesperson for McCready says that in addition to "formal family arrangments," a memorial is being planned for the late singer in Nashville by her "friends in music." No details have been announced.
(story courtesy of AP/Pulse of Radio)