Did John Cooper kill his spouse Pat? (Image: ITV)
The second instalment of ITV drama The Pembrokeshire Murders ended on a cliffhanger tonight.
The three-part sequence, starring Magnificence and the Beast actor Luke Evans, follows the true story of serial killer John Cooper.
John was initially put in jail after he was convicted of a string of burglaries and robberies.
Nonetheless, earlier than Dyfed-Powys Police may hyperlink his crimes to 2 double murders and quite a few sexual assaults between 1985 and 1996, he was launched from jail on parole.
Throughout tonight’s episode, John, who’s portrayed by Keith Allen, is launched from jail the place he goes residence to his spouse Pat (Caroline Berry).
It’s clear to see that Pat is distressed by the return of her husband as she locked herself away within the lavatory as quickly as he bought residence.
John Cooper returned residence after being launched on parole (Image: WARREN ORCHARD)
The ITV drama ended on a cliffhanger (Image: WARREN ORCHARD)
In an surprising twist, the episode ended with John calling 999.
As the decision handler requested him ‘What’s your emergency?’ John doesn’t say a phrase, as a substitute, he simply breathed closely down the telephone.
Viewers watching have been hooked because the episode drew to an in depth, with many questioning if he killed his spouse.
One tweeted: ‘Did he kill his spouse? surprising.’
‘They’ve bought the b*****d however has he killed his Mrs or she killed her self?? #PembrokeshireMurders,’ questioned one other viewer.
One added: ‘What a very good cliff hanger on evening two.’
‘Did he simply kill his spouse?’ one other commented.
Many different viewers speculated how the sequence would come to an in depth in its third and closing episode, as they described the drama as each ‘chilling’ and ‘unsettling’.
‘Watched second episode of #pembrokeshiremurders so chilling,’ tweeted one viewer, as one other was left shocked by the episodes unnerving ending: ‘@TheRealLukevans NOOOOOOO #cliffhangeronepisode2 #lovethisseries #pembrokeshiremurders.’
One other tweeted: ‘This #PembrokeshireMurders factor is extraordinarily unsettling, isn’t it?’
John was convicted once more after police linked his look on Bullseye to an artist impression of the suspect.
They have been then in a position to determine John’s shotgun because the homicide weapon in 2009, and in 2011 he was charged with the double murders and sexual assaults.
On Might 26 2011, John was convicted for the 1985 double homicide of siblings Richard and Helen Thomas and the 1989 double homicide of Peter and Gwenda Dixon.
He was additionally charged with the rape of a 16-year-old lady and the sexual assault of a 15-year-old lady, who have been each held at gunpoint.
In September 2011, he launched an enchantment in opposition to his convictions, but it surely was rejected in November 2012.
The Pembrokeshire Murders returns tomorrow evening at 9pm on ITV.