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There is one shop , one red telephone box next to the beach and one school. Until last summer, the only people who knew its name were fishermen and the handful of tourists who use the caravan park each year. A newspaper reporter had uncovered Portmahomack's best-kept secret.One of its most respected residents was a murderer. She adored Ross-shire's barren wilderness, and when a friend bought a house in the area she abandoned her home in Suffolk and headed north to join her.The two women lived together, Anne writing best-selling Victorian detective stories, Marion hoping against hope that her daughter's increasing literary success would not draw attention to her past. "For 40 years Anne and I had managed to keep our secret," Marion Perry recalls."But on that morning we knew the game was up." The film Heavenly Creatures, which opens in Britain tonight, relates how on 22 June 1954 in a Christchurch park, 15-year-old Anne Perry - then known as Juliet Hulme - helped her best friend, Pauline Parker, 16, to murder her mother by crushing her skull with a brick.
David Wilson, 40, a solicitor who lives in the village and works in the nearby town of Invergordon, spends Wednesday nights in the Caledonian Hotel bar, drinking the local Glenmorangie whisky.Jim Mitchell, 39, said: "Perhaps if she had been born and bredhere it would be different but, for me, there is no question of trying to make her some kind of hate figure.