Dutch tourists have spoken of the al-Hilli family's stay at a French campsite in the days before three of them were shot dead.
Jan Janssen and his friend Anne-Marie Souderman, disclosed they had spent two days camping close to the al-Hilli family at the Village Camping Europa site, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Mr Janssen said: "We were told they planned to stay all week but they left suddenly after two days. The father left the site in his car alone four or five times each day. He went out for 20 or 30 minutes each time.
"The first time we thought he was going to the shops but it was very odd to go out so often. We saw the grandmother and the older girl. They only had the caravan and we thought it looked cramped for five people."
Brett Martin, the first witness who found the British family in the Alps has described the moment he came across the attack.
A friend of the al-Hilli family has said he believes he could assist the investigation into the fatal shootings of the three family members.
A previously unreported witness has told a French paper how he came across the aftermath of the killings of the al-Hilli family in the Alps.