A court has been told that a man from County Durham, who is accused of murdering his parents, had boasted about what he was going to do with his inheritance in the weeks before they died.
Robert and Patricia Seddon were found dead at their home in Sale, Greater Manchester, last summer.
Their son Stephen denies killing them to get his hands on an inheritance of more than 200,000 pounds.
Manchester Crown Court heard that he had told teachers at his son's school in Seaham that he was planning to spend the money on him.
A County Durham man accused of killing his parents has denied that he considered killing his "disabled" nephew, a court has heard.
A man accused of killing his parents for his inheritance has said he was on a drugs run for crime gangs on the day of their murders.