The Melbourne man accused of murdering missing Victorian campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill has appeared calm while fronting court from prison.
Greg Lynn, 55, has faced Sale Magistrates Court via video link from the Melbourne Assessment Prison, where he has been held for the past six months.
Lynn, who wore a blue top and glasses, seemed calm and only spoke briefly to confirm he could hear the magistrate at this afternoon's hearing.
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His lawyer sought a lengthy adjournment for Lynn's case, saying the defence team had only received police exhibits in digital form and that Lynn had not had access to a computer in prison.
Magistrate Tim Walsh agreed to adjourn the case to August 23.
Lynn made no application for bail.