Part two of our occasional series - Sadistic '60s, Savage '70s, Evil '80s, which highlights the dark side of The Street in our chosen decades.
Eeek! Poor Elsie Tanner had a troubled 1966. A series of anonymous phone calls led to the appearance of Mrs Moira Maxwell, wife of Robert Maxwell, who had died of a heart attack behind the wheel of his car whilst Elsie was in the passenger seat the previous year.
Driven mad by jealousy, Mrs Maxwell wanted bloody revenge.
Of course, the phrase "bunny boiler" was not coined until after the 1980s film Fatal Attraction, but Mrs Maxwell now definitely qualifies for the title.
Fortunately for Elsie, her old mate Len Fairclough arrived to save the day.
One of the interesting things about the photograph above, is the appearance of a flying duck on the far left.
It was one of those later used to such great effect for Hilda Ogden's "muriel".
And pity poor Elsie. A lesser woman might have been driven quackers by the stress of her ordeal with Mrs Maxwell.
But not our Elsie.
She flew straight on, searching for calmer waters.