An inquest has heard a woman's body was so badly decomposed it was impossible to establish a cause of death.
The remains of Betty Brown were discovered in woods in Longtown in Cumbria in January 2011.
She was last seen on 28th May 2010 and its believed she boarded a bus from her home in Edinburgh to come and visit her daughter, who at the time lived in Gretna with her husband and children.
Her body was discovered naked from the waist down, lying face down on the ground.
Her belongings were in two shopping bags found nearby.
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