Sam Gillingham, right, with her mother Carol Packman.
A grieving daughter has today spoken of her outrage that her father could be released from prison later this year without having told her what he did with her mother's body.
Russell Causley has spent 21 years in prison for the 1985 murder of his wife Carole Packman, becoming one of the first killers in UK history to be found guilty without his victim's remains ever being found.
Causley was jailed 11 years after Carole's disappearance following confessions to cellmates while serving time in prison for fraud - a sentence he was handed after a lavish attempt to fake his own death as part of an insurance scam in 1993.
Carole's daughter Samantha Gillingham, 48, successfully pleaded with the Parole Board in 2014 to keep Causley incarcerated, but is now braced for a fresh parole hearing on a date that is yet to be set between September and January. « less