THE Pembrokeshire Murders followers’ have had their ‘minds blown’ after the drama used an actual Bullseye clip that uncovered killer John Cooper – with a creepy twist.
The three-part collection follows the reopening of a cold case in 2006 which looked at two unsolved double murders from the 1980s.
The Pembrokeshire Murders had their “minds blown” by actual footage of Bullseye – with a twist – on final night time’s present
In final night time’s episode, Steve stumbled throughout an previous image of Cooper on a pub’s darts crew from across the time of the second double homicide.
The pub landlord then revealed John had additionally been on in style dart’s recreation present Bullseye in 1989, main Steve to request the archive footage from the TV community.
It revealed John on the present, only a month earlier than he carried out his second double homicide, and gave police a great visible to match the e-fit that had beforehand been created of the assassin.
John Cooper had appeared on Bullseye a month earlier than he dedicated his second double homicide in 1989 Credit score: Enterprise Information and Photos
Present bosses used laptop trickery on the unique footage
Luke Evans performs Steve Wilkins, who was in control of reopening and investigating the chilly case Credit score: WORLD PRODUCTIONS/ITV
Keith Allen performs John Cooper Credit score: WORLD PRODUCTIONS/ITV
Viewers have been surprised to find the Bullseye clip was what helped the police lastly hyperlink Cooper to the murders and result in his conviction.
Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “Bullseye of all exhibits, extraordinary.”
One other tweeted: “Can’t consider they caught a serial killer from an episode of Bullseye it’s fully blown my thoughts.”
A 3rd was equally shocked, writing: “F*** off… he by no means acquired caught by Jim Bowen #bullseye #pembrokeshiremurders.”
John Cooper was ultimately sentenced to life imprisonment for the crimes Credit score: Rex Options
Different viewers have been impressed how present bosses had managed to de-age Keith Allen after which tremendous impose his face over John Cooper’s within the unique footage utilizing CGI.
One wrote: “That was good utilizing the precise footage of bullseye however utilizing cgi to place Keith’s face on it.”
The Pembrokeshire Murders concludes tonight at 9pm on BBC One.