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The family of a woman who died after getting trapped in an airing cupboard have said sitting through her inquest brought back painful memories. Elizabeth Isherwood, 60, was found dead at Plas Talgarth Country Club near Pennal, Gwynedd, a week after arriving. The ex-policewoman's naked body was found when workers noticed a hole in a plasterboard wall she had tried to break through. A coroner recorded a conclusion of misadventure at a hearing this week. Mrs Isherwood's son Craig believes his mother got stuck when taking a wrong turn after using the en-suite bathroom at night. He said: "She hadn't even unpacked as when they found her body a week later her clothes and case were still in the room untouched. "We are all absolutely devastated to find out what happened. Mum was so sporty, fit, healthy, and loved playing golf. "If anyone could have got out of that cupboard it would have been Mum. "The inquest has brought it all back to us. It's been a tough nine months and losing her has left a huge hole in our lives."