The bodies of William Wycherley and his wife Patricia were wrapped in duvets that each had two bullets in them, a court has heard.
Their daughter, Susan Edwards and her husband Christopher, are accused of murdering the couple 16 years ago and burying their bodies in their back garden in Mansfield.
ITV News Correspondent Ben Chapman, who is at Nottingham Crown Court, reports:
William & Patricia Wycherley's bodies were found wrapped in duvets, lying one on top of the other, under the garden. 2 bullets in each duvet
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