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Diane Tift had gone missing while playing with friends outside her Bloxwich home two weeks earlier.
Margaret Reynolds had vanished as she walked to school in Aston, the previous September.
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Ms Tift, from Willenhall, West Midlands, wrote in the petition: 'Please help us to try and stop this play happening.'These are three little girls who sadly had their lives taken from them by such an evil man who couldn't even admit to his crimes.'My auntie Diane Tift was sadly one of the girls this evil man killed and then just left her like she was rubbish in a ditch on the Cannock Chase.'This affects my father in every way and still makes his heart break and for someone to make it into a play is downright wrong.'Yes, I understand that he is trying to show we must protect our children but don't show us in this manner.'Please let these little girls rest in peace they have gone through too much suffering at the hand of Raymond Morris.'Let us, their families, not have to be put through the pain again.'This isn't a documentary it is a play - how can you make something so heart breaking into a play?
To anyone else who thinks about doing a play or something about it I will fight it.'The reaction from everyone was absolutely brilliant.The play was set to be held at the Prince of Wales theatre in Cannock, Staffs., in May.It was in January 1966 that the bodies of two little girls were found buried in a ditch in the heart of the wooded Staffordshire beauty spot.Morris was jailed in 1969 and spent 45 years in prison before his death in 2014 aged 84.Peter Sidgwick, chairman of Cannock Chase Arts Council sparked uproar when he announced he had penned a production about the murders.'Morris: The Cannock Chase Murderer', which he penned for amateur dramatic society the Tower Players based in Hednesford, Stafordshire., took around two years to write.