"The Young and the Restless" spoilers suggest that Adam's (Justin Hartley) wedding ring will prove something and will reopen the mystery involving his apparent death. It can be recalled that a certain character wearing black globes was the one who put the ring into a drawer on the day of his memorial service last year.

Viewers claim that Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) might be the person who would have been this or the one who is still in the possession of this ring. "The Young and the Restless" spoilers hint that perhaps she could have removed the ring before shooting Adam using the dart gun.

It can be recalled that Chloe was able to enter Chelsea's (Melissa Claire Egan) apartment while wearing the black gloves. Nut she later removed them to show that her best friend and Nick (Joshua Morrow) the engagement ring which Kevin (Greg Rikaart) gave her. The she was later interrogated by Chick regarding the device which Nick found as per Soap Hub.

The enemy of Adam was able to track him to the cabin using the device she placed in the toy of Connor (Gunner and Ryder Gadbois). She later arrived to the place then made use of the said gun. However unlike what has been mentioned in "The Young and the Restless" spoilers, Chloe was not wearing gloves at that time.

"The Young and the Restless" spoilers claim that fans have been left to speculate and wonder if Adam really perished when the explosion happened. Some said that he was able to escape or was pulled from the building before it finally exploded. It would also be very unlikely that Adam's ring will be in perfect condition or would have been removed this from his finger then later found it.

After Chloe was questioned by Chick, she went to the bedroom inside the house of Kevin. Then suddenly Kevin appeared while she was holding a box which she got under the box. He saw nothing but later she opened the bag that contained the dart gun and a metal wrench. Perhaps like what has been mentioned in "The Young and the Restless" spoilers, she holds a clue to Adam's mysterious death.