The Pyjama Girl was an unknown woman, found dumped by a road near Albury in 1934. She had been brutally murdered. Who she was, and who killed her, became Australia's great unsolved crime for decades.
The body was preserved in formalin, her image circulated around the world. The mystery fascinated the nation and, for some, became an obsession
Ten years later, the body was identified and a man was convicted of her manslaughter. The case, it seemed, was neatly solved.