Scottish Daily Mail
Missing Moira to be TV drama
A TELEVISION drama is to be made about schoolgirl Moira Anderson, who vanished more than 50 years ago.
The production company behind smash hit Sherlock will turn the story into a prime-time three-part programme.
London-based Hartswood Films will work from a script by Sandra Brown, who believes her paedophile father Alexander Gartshore killed the 11-year-old from Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, in 1957.
Mrs Brown said: ‘It’s now with the agents, who are tying up the contracts.’
The drama is based on her best-selling book, Where There Is Evil, which she wrote after making a link between her bus driver father and Moira, last seen on his vehicle.