A DEPRESSED 45-year-old Woodhurst housewife shot herself, a Coroner decided in Huntingdon on Thursday. It was possible that one of two gun cases at her home in Moot Way had been left insecure, the inquest into the death of Elizabeth Glover in June was told. She died four days later in Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Home Office pathologist Dr Nat Cary told the Coroner, David Morris, that the injuries to her neck and the left side of her face were consistent with having been self-inflicted. When police arrived at the house after being called by the ambulance service, Mrs Glover's husband's brother, Colin, produced a spent blue shotgun cartridge that he said he had taken from the gun. He told police that, after a brief conversation earlier, she had returned to her bedroom, and he had gone outside. When he returned, he heard her moaning and injured. When ambulance staff arrived, they found a shotgun in her room, Det Insp Simon Harding told the Coroner. Her husband Paul had told police that, when he had left for work as a lorry driver at 5.30am, she had been asleep downstairs on a sofa. DI Harding had said a neighbour had a visit from a drunk Mrs Glover the previous evening, when she had described an incident that had occurred at her house.