AN old Slough newspaper will feature in a new ITV documentary about three unsolved London murders which occurred in the 1970s.

The Slough Evening Mail, which was a daily newspaper which was published five times a week between 1969 and 1982, will feature on the ITV documentary about the ‘Playboy Bunny Murders.

A two-part documentary will explore the deaths of Eve Stratford, a Playboy Bunny, Lynda Farrow, a croupier and mother-of-two, and Lynne Weedon, a schoolgirl.

Slough Observer:

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Journalist Marcel Theroux investigated the three women’s murders which remain unsolved to this day.

Cuttings from the Slough Evening Mail will feature in this documentary. The paper was originally launched by Westminster Press and is now part of Newsquest.

Slough Observer:

Eve was 21 at the time of her death and worked at London’s Playboy Club before she was raped and killed at her home in Leyton, East London, on March 18, 1975.

Six months later, Lynne, who was 16, had gone out to celebrate her O-Level results when she was hit over the head with an object and raped in Hounslow, in West London. She died a week later in hospital on September 10.

Slough Observer:

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Lynda was 29 when she was stabbed to death in her home in Woodford, east London, on January 19, 1979. She was four months pregnant at the time.

A date and a time for the documentary has not been released.