Emmerdale fans have speculated tons of theories about Craig’s (Ben Addis) murder mystery, but the reality was far beyond it. Craig met his death in the most uncertain way. Throughout the whole week, the show revolved around Craig’s death and Dingle family. As Lydia Dingle (Karen Blick) wanted to find out her rapist’s murderer, she interrogated all her family.
While the flashbacks were meant to expose Craig’s murderer, the secret revelations opened some new storylines. Finally, it turns out that the murderer is not a Dingle. The real truth came out after police quizzed Kim Tate (Claire King) and Will Taylor (Dean Andrews).
Emmerdale Reveals Craig’s Murderer, Lydia Continues To Believe Sam Is The Killer
Throughout the last Super Soap Week, Emmerdale has been hyping up the murder mystery of rapist Craig. As Lydia tries to find the killer, we see Sam (James Hooton) and Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) flashbacks from the day Craig was killed. Sam and Cain, but later, they decided to let him go. On Thursday, they drove after him again after he ran away from a barn into the fields near Home Farm. After beating Craig up, Sam left. On that day, Lydia made it very clear that Sam had to surrender if he killed Craig.
However, police interrogated Kim Tate and Will Taylor as Craig’s body was found in the field of Home Barn. Kim highlighted that her horse had also been missing since his death. Police left without any suspicion of them. Later, a clip revealed Kim’s encounter with Craig. A beaten-up Craig bumped into Kim on her horse and asked for medical help. Kim didn’t help him and went on her way. While Craig was trying to stop her, Kim’s horse kicked him.
Getting off from her horse, Kim saw Craig in a serious condition. Cain appeared and informed Kim that he had watched everything. He urged her not to contact any medical help. Soon, Kim left with her horse, and Cain also went on his way. They both left Craig to die. After returning to the Home Farm, Kim loosened her horse to make it seem like he had gone missing. The episode concluded with the wrap-up of Lydia’s interrogation gathering. Still, Lydia continues to believe that Sam is the killer. When will the truth be revealed?
Flashbacks Set The Stage For Some Shocking New Storylines
The last week of Emmerdale revealed multiple secrets of Dingle family members. The flashbacks opened some new surprising storylines. Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) rejected boyfriend Tom King’s (James Chase) proposal, which was followed by him pushing her, and she got hurt. Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) threatened Vinny Dingle (Bradley Johnson) after getting into a fight over money matters.
Meanwhile, Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) confessed in front of cousin Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) that she wanted to win Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) back. Nate Robinson (Jurell Carter) and Tracy Robinson (Amy Walsh) were seen sharing two passionate kisses. It happened after Nate had a dispute with Caleb Milligan (Will Ash), and Tracy confronted Caleb. Fans were heartbroken after watching Mandy Dingles’ conversation with Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell), who disclosed that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Additionally, Marlon Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) bumped into Rhona’s ex-husband Gus (Alan McKenna) and his pregnant wife Lucy (Charlotte Asprey). He discovered that the pregnancy was the result of Gus stealing one of Rhona’s (Zoe Henry) frozen embryos. They asked him to keep it a secret. Marlon was terrified and decided to tell his wife Rhona but later changed his mind for her sake. A lot is going to happen in Emmerdale when all these secrets will come out. This paves the way for exciting drama and mystery. So, keep guessing and stay tuned to the TV Season & Spoilers for more Emmerdale updates!
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