A wife who was worried about her husband’s mental health got a shock when a strange man answered his phone – leading her to fear the worst. Lisa Gledhill told an inquest at Bradford Corner’s Court that her 44-year-old husband Peter had been concerned about their finances following flood damage to their home in Todmorden. In a statement she said she first noticed he was struggling on November 9, 2017 when the alarm sounded and he burst into tears and said: ‘I don’t know what to do.’ The court heard that the former bank worker was worried about the organisation of a forthcoming cricket club dinner and finding money to buy Christmas presents. And just six days later Mr Gledhill’s body was found lying face down in Hebden Water off Lee Mill Road, near Hardcastle Craggs, Hebden Bridge, by a dog walker having fallen from a height of 25ft. In a statement Mark Agley said he saw a grey and blue jacket and an iPhone. He said: “There was no-one about. The phone rang and a lady on the other end said she was very worried as she had received a very strange message from him.” Mr Agley said he… Read full this story
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