An inquest into the deaths of a father and his three children, who were found dead in Shropshire last July, has started today.
Ceri Fuller, his son Samuel, and his two daughters Rebecca and Charlotte, were discovered at a beauty spot in a disused quarry near Shrewsbury.
Two forensic pathologists announced that all three children had their necks slashed.
Their father, Ceri Fuller, died from injuries likely to be caused from a high fall.
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