An inquest at Flint was informed that a pathologist could find no reason for the death of 48-year-old Lisa Menzies whose body was found beside a path on Moel Famau last October.
Lisa Menzies, a retired policer officer who had gone walking on the hill, was discovered at the side of a path on October 30 by a doctor who had been flying a model glider.
A pathologist told a Flint inquest he could find no reason for the death of the retired police sergeant of Dinghouse Wood, Drury, near Buckley. Apart from evidence of an old brain injury which she had suffered in a serious car crash in 1991, Lisa Menzies’ heart and lungs were extremely healthy, she had taken no drugs, there was no evidence of a heart attack or of a blood clot.
Acting north east Wales coroner John Gittins recorded a verdict of death by natural causes.