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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:08,316 --> 00:00:10,304 BIRDSONG 2 00:00:56,396 --> 00:00:57,396 Morning, Mr Pike. 3 00:00:58,300 --> 00:00:59,396 Good morning, Darren. 4 00:01:00,300 --> 00:01:01,364 Did Miss Bradley talk to you? 5 00:01:01,368 --> 00:01:03,360 Oh, yes. 6 00:01:03,364 --> 00:01:06,312 Ten semi-skimmed, ten full-cream. 7 00:01:06,384 --> 00:01:08,392 Yes. 8 00:01:09,300 --> 00:01:11,352 It is surprising, the number of people who want it. 9 00:01:11,356 --> 00:01:13,344 Want what, Mr Pike? 10 00:01:15,304 --> 00:01:16,396 Semi-skimmed. 11 00:01:17,372 --> 00:01:19,372 Oh, yeah... 12 00:01:19,376 --> 00:01:21,364 It's amazing. 13 00:02:24,396 --> 00:02:26,316 For Christ... 14 00:02:26,320 --> 00:02:28,316 HORN BLARES 15 00:02:28,320 --> 00:02:30,300 You wally! 16 00:02:41,336 --> 00:02:43,328 (WHISTLES CHIRPILY) 17 00:02:43,360 --> 00:02:45,360 Oh, good morning. 18 00:02:45,364 --> 00:02:47,352 Yes. 19 00:02:51,344 --> 00:02:53,336 The milk, he come. 20 00:02:54,372 --> 00:02:56,340 It's not 'he', Anna. 21 00:02:56,348 --> 00:02:59,396 I don't know why you bother, she never understands. 22 00:03:00,340 --> 00:03:02,336 I don't want this. 23 00:03:02,344 --> 00:03:05,328 You can't go to school on an empty stomach. 24 00:03:05,332 --> 00:03:07,352 You want fry eggs, Mrs Merrill? 25 00:03:07,356 --> 00:03:09,344 Not today, thank you, Anna. 26 00:03:09,348 --> 00:03:11,332 I should go. I'll miss the train. 27 00:03:11,336 --> 00:03:13,324 What time is it? 28 00:03:13,396 --> 00:03:15,396 Where's your watch? 29 00:03:16,300 --> 00:03:17,388 I took it in. 30 00:03:18,328 --> 00:03:19,352 Why? 31 00:03:19,356 --> 00:03:21,344 It was running slow. 32 00:03:24,332 --> 00:03:26,324 No eggs, Anna! 33 00:03:28,348 --> 00:03:30,348 I'm out of here. 34 00:03:30,352 --> 00:03:32,380 Aren't you going to say goodbye? 35 00:03:32,384 --> 00:03:34,372 No. 36 00:03:36,320 --> 00:03:38,320 You'll have to talk to him. 37 00:03:38,324 --> 00:03:40,352 You're the expert. Why don't you? 38 00:04:08,328 --> 00:04:10,320 Dave, come on. 39 00:04:14,304 --> 00:04:15,396 David! 40 00:04:16,384 --> 00:04:18,376 Creep! 41 00:04:19,324 --> 00:04:21,316 Oh, Gary. 42 00:04:24,320 --> 00:04:26,312 Where did you throw it? 43 00:04:26,316 --> 00:04:28,304 BOTH: Over there. 44 00:04:32,316 --> 00:04:34,308 Have you got it? 45 00:05:25,356 --> 00:05:26,356 RINGS DOORBELL 46 00:05:26,360 --> 00:05:28,396 I hate leaving you. Will you be OK? 47 00:05:29,304 --> 00:05:31,364 It's two weeks. Cully's out of work... 48 00:05:31,368 --> 00:05:33,344 They call it 'resting', Dad. 49 00:05:33,352 --> 00:05:35,396 It still means you can look after me. 50 00:05:36,300 --> 00:05:37,340 I hoped you'd be looking after me. 51 00:05:37,344 --> 00:05:39,348 You can look after each other. 52 00:05:40,300 --> 00:05:43,376 Listen. I've left food in the freezer, and there's - 53 00:05:43,384 --> 00:05:47,384 A list by the fridge and emergency phone number by the phone. 54 00:05:47,388 --> 00:05:48,372 We'll be fine. 55 00:05:48,376 --> 00:05:51,324 It's so unlike my mother to get ill. 56 00:05:51,328 --> 00:05:53,328 She's never had a day's illness. 57 00:05:53,332 --> 00:05:55,372 See to her and don't worry about us. 58 00:05:55,392 --> 00:05:58,332 After two weeks of your cooking - 59 00:05:58,340 --> 00:06:01,336 She'll be back on her feet before you know it. 60 00:06:05,316 --> 00:06:08,368 Seriously, you will call if there's any problem? 61 00:06:08,372 --> 00:06:10,316 I don't know why you're worried. 62 00:06:10,320 --> 00:06:12,316 You don't know your father. 63 00:06:12,320 --> 00:06:13,304 If a case comes up... 64 00:06:13,308 --> 00:06:15,372 I've been at home when he's working. 65 00:06:15,380 --> 00:06:18,332 But I've always taken the brunt of it. 66 00:06:18,336 --> 00:06:20,364 You make him sound like an ogre. 67 00:06:20,372 --> 00:06:24,356 I'm looking forward to some father-daughter bonding. 68 00:06:24,360 --> 00:06:25,328 Anyway, he isn't even on a case. 69 00:06:25,332 --> 00:06:27,320 PHONE RINGS 70 00:06:39,396 --> 00:06:43,304 She's gone. She said she'll phone tonight. 71 00:06:43,308 --> 00:06:43,384 What? 72 00:06:43,388 --> 00:06:45,384 Dad! 73 00:06:45,388 --> 00:06:47,384 Oh, I'm sorry... 74 00:06:47,388 --> 00:06:49,392 I'll go and see about lunch. 75 00:06:50,300 --> 00:06:53,320 Actually, I think lunch is going to have to wait. 76 00:07:04,356 --> 00:07:06,364 Morning, Troy. 77 00:07:06,372 --> 00:07:10,300 A young woman. Mid twenties. She's not English. 78 00:07:10,304 --> 00:07:12,300 Some schoolkids found her. 79 00:07:12,304 --> 00:07:13,344 Schoolkids? Why were they here? 80 00:07:13,352 --> 00:07:17,300 They use it as a short cut to Causton Comprehensive. 81 00:07:17,304 --> 00:07:19,300 Your old alma mater, eh? 82 00:07:19,304 --> 00:07:20,308 Go on. 83 00:07:20,316 --> 00:07:23,380 She was lying stark naked, strangled with a necktie. 84 00:07:23,384 --> 00:07:25,372 That sounds familiar. 85 00:07:25,376 --> 00:07:26,352 She's over there. 86 00:07:26,356 --> 00:07:27,384 What? Under the sheet? 87 00:07:27,388 --> 00:07:28,372 Yeah. 88 00:07:28,376 --> 00:07:30,364 Ah. 89 00:07:35,308 --> 00:07:37,316 Are you Barnaby? 90 00:07:37,324 --> 00:07:39,392 I am Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby. 91 00:07:39,396 --> 00:07:41,388 Dan Peterson. Forensic. 92 00:07:41,392 --> 00:07:42,380 Where's Dr Bullard? 93 00:07:42,384 --> 00:07:44,388 Corfu. 94 00:07:44,396 --> 00:07:48,376 He's on his hols, I'm standing in. This one's a doddle. 95 00:07:48,384 --> 00:07:51,304 Death by strangulation. Five days ago, I guess. 96 00:07:51,308 --> 00:07:53,304 A guess? 97 00:07:53,308 --> 00:07:54,368 I'd say a guess wasn't good enough. 98 00:07:54,372 --> 00:07:56,384 All right. I'll get back to you. 99 00:08:02,384 --> 00:08:04,392 No sign of a struggle. 100 00:08:05,300 --> 00:08:07,352 No. She let whoever it was undress her. 101 00:08:07,376 --> 00:08:09,368 Sergeant. 102 00:08:11,324 --> 00:08:15,368 A bit of hanky panky in the woods. Maybe she stripped for them. 103 00:08:15,376 --> 00:08:19,384 Or maybe he, she or they took her clothes off her after death. 104 00:08:20,312 --> 00:08:22,304 Sir! 105 00:08:22,348 --> 00:08:24,332 Over here. 106 00:08:27,388 --> 00:08:29,388 Watch your feet. 107 00:08:29,392 --> 00:08:31,308 What is it? Clay? 108 00:08:31,312 --> 00:08:33,332 Yeah. It's all over the place. 109 00:08:33,340 --> 00:08:37,316 Her clothes. Looks as if they've just been thrown here. 110 00:08:40,312 --> 00:08:42,304 Sao Paulo. 111 00:08:42,344 --> 00:08:43,376 Italy. 112 00:08:43,380 --> 00:08:45,384 It's Brazil, I think, Troy. 113 00:08:45,392 --> 00:08:48,368 One more thing. We may have had some luck. 114 00:08:48,372 --> 00:08:50,360 It'd be a welcome change. 115 00:08:51,348 --> 00:08:54,356 The SOCO people found it when they got here. 116 00:08:54,360 --> 00:08:55,388 Under some leaves. It's a Rolex. 117 00:08:55,392 --> 00:08:57,396 Yes. 118 00:08:58,304 --> 00:09:01,332 It must have slipped off. Maybe while he was... 119 00:09:01,340 --> 00:09:04,344 A man's watch. Trace the watch, find the man. 120 00:09:04,348 --> 00:09:06,336 A man, anyway. 121 00:09:06,388 --> 00:09:08,380 Wait a minute. 122 00:09:10,348 --> 00:09:12,380 Of course this place is familiar. 123 00:09:21,324 --> 00:09:23,316 It's Strangler's Wood. 124 00:09:24,352 --> 00:09:26,376 There you are. Nine years ago. 125 00:09:26,380 --> 00:09:27,384 A bit before my time. 126 00:09:27,388 --> 00:09:29,392 And mine. 127 00:09:30,300 --> 00:09:34,336 Three girls murdered in the area. Each one strangled with a tie. 128 00:09:34,392 --> 00:09:36,392 Strangler's Wood. 129 00:09:36,396 --> 00:09:39,308 Actually, it's Raven's Wood. 130 00:09:39,312 --> 00:09:41,332 It was re-christened by The Sun. 131 00:09:42,364 --> 00:09:46,352 Eva Hoffman. A German student backpacking in England. 132 00:09:47,340 --> 00:09:49,340 Joan Chaplin. A local girl. 133 00:09:49,344 --> 00:09:51,340 Working at the Fox And Goose. 134 00:09:51,396 --> 00:09:54,384 And Judith Albiston. Australian au pair. 135 00:09:54,388 --> 00:09:56,376 Also working locally. 136 00:09:57,396 --> 00:10:00,312 Maybe this girl's an au pair. 137 00:10:00,316 --> 00:10:02,368 You don't get many Brazilians here. 138 00:10:02,376 --> 00:10:07,344 That is very true, Troy. Maybe you should ring around the agencies. 139 00:10:07,348 --> 00:10:09,392 Why do you think there's no photos? 140 00:10:09,396 --> 00:10:12,312 They'll be somewhere in records. 141 00:10:12,392 --> 00:10:14,384 Mmm... Well, I want them. 142 00:10:16,332 --> 00:10:18,392 I want everything connected with Raven's Wood. 143 00:10:18,396 --> 00:10:20,384 Right. 144 00:10:21,396 --> 00:10:26,340 And get hold of Rolex. There's a number on the back of the case. 145 00:10:26,348 --> 00:10:30,320 At least a serial number can tell us where it was bought. 146 00:10:30,324 --> 00:10:32,328 I suppose I should talk 147 00:10:32,336 --> 00:10:35,392 to whoever investigated the murders nine years ago. 148 00:10:38,304 --> 00:10:39,396 It's a George Meakham. 149 00:10:40,380 --> 00:10:42,372 Ooh... 150 00:10:52,316 --> 00:10:54,388 Three murders in just under two years. 151 00:10:54,392 --> 00:10:56,380 I was the officer in charge. 152 00:10:58,328 --> 00:10:59,348 We never caught him, you know. 153 00:10:59,352 --> 00:11:01,348 Yes, I read. 154 00:11:01,352 --> 00:11:03,356 I never had the resources. 155 00:11:03,364 --> 00:11:06,324 And those girls. Stupid bloody girls. 156 00:11:06,328 --> 00:11:08,332 Why did they go into the wood? 157 00:11:08,336 --> 00:11:09,348 They never learned. 158 00:11:09,356 --> 00:11:13,320 Did you think someone local was responsible for it? 159 00:11:13,328 --> 00:11:17,356 It had to be. Someone who knew the wood like the back of his hand. 160 00:11:17,384 --> 00:11:20,316 And now there's a fourth victim? 161 00:11:20,320 --> 00:11:22,308 It looks like it. 162 00:11:23,392 --> 00:11:26,300 I always said it would happen. 163 00:11:26,328 --> 00:11:30,352 You'll want me to come into Causton. Help you with what I know. 164 00:11:30,356 --> 00:11:32,368 I don't think it's necessary. 165 00:11:32,372 --> 00:11:35,316 I'll send a man over with the file. 166 00:11:35,324 --> 00:11:37,344 I understand you live in the village? 167 00:11:37,348 --> 00:11:39,344 Yes, I moved here. 168 00:11:39,348 --> 00:11:41,344 After they made me retire. 169 00:11:41,348 --> 00:11:43,352 I live with my wife. 170 00:11:43,360 --> 00:11:46,320 "Loose End House". That's what we call it. 171 00:11:47,332 --> 00:11:50,304 Well, we'll be in touch. Thank you, sir. 172 00:11:50,336 --> 00:11:52,328 You won't get him, you know. 173 00:11:52,360 --> 00:11:55,384 He got the better of me. He'll do the same to you. 174 00:12:05,316 --> 00:12:05,392 Did you find him? 175 00:12:05,396 --> 00:12:07,392 Yes. 176 00:12:07,396 --> 00:12:09,392 He was very encouraging. 177 00:12:09,396 --> 00:12:10,384 How about you? 178 00:12:10,392 --> 00:12:14,312 No luck with the agencies. I spoke to Peterson. 179 00:12:14,316 --> 00:12:15,324 Peterson? 180 00:12:15,332 --> 00:12:18,328 The pathologist. She died last Wednesday. 181 00:12:18,332 --> 00:12:18,396 Almost a week ago. 182 00:12:19,300 --> 00:12:20,396 Time? 183 00:12:21,300 --> 00:12:22,396 Between nine and midnight. 184 00:12:23,300 --> 00:12:24,344 And I got onto Rolex. 185 00:12:24,348 --> 00:12:26,344 And? 186 00:12:26,348 --> 00:12:27,316 I know where the watch was bought. 187 00:12:27,320 --> 00:12:29,308 Good. 188 00:12:57,360 --> 00:13:00,316 Hello, dear. Did you have a good game? 189 00:13:00,388 --> 00:13:02,396 Strangler's Wood. 190 00:13:03,304 --> 00:13:06,300 Yes, I know. I heard about it in the village. 191 00:13:06,304 --> 00:13:08,352 Maybe you should talk to the police. 192 00:13:08,384 --> 00:13:09,384 They've already spoken to me. 193 00:13:09,388 --> 00:13:11,340 Did you tell them? 194 00:13:11,344 --> 00:13:13,340 I didn't tell them anything. 195 00:13:13,384 --> 00:13:16,364 And if they come here, you'll do the same. 196 00:13:17,368 --> 00:13:21,340 But if you were there, George... They'll find out. 197 00:14:06,312 --> 00:14:08,304 It's a Rolex. 198 00:14:08,384 --> 00:14:12,304 Oyster Perpetual GMT Master. 199 00:14:12,308 --> 00:14:13,348 You see? 200 00:14:13,352 --> 00:14:15,348 Yeah, I can see that, sir. 201 00:14:15,356 --> 00:14:18,388 It's very pricey. We don't sell very many of them. 202 00:14:19,352 --> 00:14:22,396 So, would you have any idea who you sold that one to? 203 00:14:24,320 --> 00:14:26,312 Oh, yeah. 204 00:14:26,316 --> 00:14:28,316 Who? 205 00:14:28,324 --> 00:14:30,364 Well, I'd have to look in my records. 206 00:14:30,368 --> 00:14:32,372 Do you think you could do that? 207 00:14:32,396 --> 00:14:34,388 Yes, all right. 208 00:14:35,392 --> 00:14:37,384 He's very tetchy, isn't he? 209 00:14:55,396 --> 00:14:57,396 Yes. Here we are. 210 00:14:58,300 --> 00:15:01,320 3411456. 211 00:15:01,328 --> 00:15:03,364 It's the number on the case, you see. 212 00:15:03,368 --> 00:15:05,328 And who bought it? 213 00:15:06,352 --> 00:15:09,324 It was a Mrs Merrill. 214 00:15:10,328 --> 00:15:12,320 I know that name... 215 00:15:13,348 --> 00:15:18,328 'Dear Kate, I was cleaning the bedroom of my 17-year-old son, 216 00:15:18,336 --> 00:15:21,340 when I found a magazine hidden under his bed.' 217 00:15:21,392 --> 00:15:26,312 'To my horror, the magazine is called Gay News.' 218 00:15:26,316 --> 00:15:28,316 How did she survive? 219 00:15:28,324 --> 00:15:30,332 'Should I pretend it never happened?' 220 00:15:30,336 --> 00:15:32,332 KNOCK AT DOOR 221 00:15:32,336 --> 00:15:33,312 Anna! 222 00:15:33,316 --> 00:15:35,356 He's 17, for God's sake. He's a man. 223 00:15:36,380 --> 00:15:38,372 Yes, Mrs Merrill? 224 00:15:39,320 --> 00:15:41,328 The door... 225 00:15:41,336 --> 00:15:44,324 Tell her to read the magazine and get a life. 226 00:15:49,352 --> 00:15:50,324 Yes? 227 00:15:50,328 --> 00:15:52,376 Hello, is Kate Merrill in, please? 228 00:15:52,380 --> 00:15:54,368 Mrs Merrill? Yes. 229 00:16:00,388 --> 00:16:02,380 It's two men. 230 00:16:07,312 --> 00:16:09,312 Can I help you? 231 00:16:09,316 --> 00:16:11,304 DOOR SLAMS 232 00:16:11,324 --> 00:16:12,316 I take it that's your au pair? 233 00:16:12,320 --> 00:16:14,316 Yes. 234 00:16:14,320 --> 00:16:16,348 Sorry, I didn't get to explain. 235 00:16:16,356 --> 00:16:19,324 I'm DCI Barnaby. This is Sergeant Troy. 236 00:16:19,328 --> 00:16:21,316 We're from Causton CID. 237 00:16:21,336 --> 00:16:22,384 It's not David, is it? 238 00:16:22,388 --> 00:16:24,384 Or John? 239 00:16:24,388 --> 00:16:26,340 I'm sorry? 240 00:16:26,344 --> 00:16:28,392 David is my son. John is my husband. 241 00:16:29,300 --> 00:16:33,304 No. We're investigating a murder in Raven's Wood. 242 00:16:33,312 --> 00:16:36,328 Oh, they were talking about it in the village. 243 00:16:36,336 --> 00:16:39,348 I'm Elizabeth Frances. I back onto the wood. 244 00:16:39,356 --> 00:16:42,392 A grandstand view, except I didn't see anything. 245 00:16:42,396 --> 00:16:44,384 We work together. 246 00:16:45,312 --> 00:16:49,312 We write a column. An agony column for the local newspaper. 247 00:16:49,340 --> 00:16:51,340 Kate Merrill! 248 00:16:51,344 --> 00:16:53,332 Yes. 249 00:16:54,320 --> 00:16:56,376 I think I've read your column. Maybe. 250 00:16:59,336 --> 00:17:01,336 Please, do sit down. 251 00:17:01,340 --> 00:17:02,308 Thank you. 252 00:17:02,312 --> 00:17:03,308 Can I get you some coffee? 253 00:17:03,312 --> 00:17:04,396 No, thanks. Not for me. 254 00:17:05,300 --> 00:17:06,348 Dandelion tea? 255 00:17:06,352 --> 00:17:08,356 Not me. 256 00:17:08,364 --> 00:17:11,348 It was a young woman, wasn't it? In the wood. 257 00:17:11,352 --> 00:17:14,300 And she hasn't been identified yet. 258 00:17:15,340 --> 00:17:17,332 So, what brings you here? 259 00:17:18,344 --> 00:17:20,336 Troy? 260 00:17:20,392 --> 00:17:23,356 You bought a Rolex watch, Mrs Merrill. 261 00:17:24,356 --> 00:17:29,364 Yes. About two years ago. It was an anniversary present for my husband. 262 00:17:29,368 --> 00:17:30,396 When did you last see it? 263 00:17:31,304 --> 00:17:34,324 Actually, he wasn't wearing it this morning. 264 00:17:34,332 --> 00:17:36,368 He said he'd put it into the repairs. 265 00:17:37,316 --> 00:17:39,324 Is this your husband's watch? 266 00:17:43,356 --> 00:17:45,356 Yes... 267 00:17:45,360 --> 00:17:47,312 I mean, it could be... 268 00:17:47,320 --> 00:17:50,324 I think I should go and leave you three alone. 269 00:17:50,328 --> 00:17:52,312 No, stay. 270 00:17:52,316 --> 00:17:54,392 This can't be John's watch. 271 00:17:54,396 --> 00:17:57,324 I told you, he put it into repairs. 272 00:17:57,356 --> 00:17:59,348 Is that what he told you? 273 00:18:01,320 --> 00:18:03,372 Where is your husband, Mrs Merrill? 274 00:18:04,340 --> 00:18:06,332 In London. 275 00:18:06,380 --> 00:18:10,340 John's Marketing Director for Monarch Tobacco. 276 00:18:10,348 --> 00:18:15,300 He's meeting the advertising agency. I can call him if you want. 277 00:18:15,308 --> 00:18:17,392 No. I don't think that will be necessary. 278 00:18:18,300 --> 00:18:21,376 But if he could give me a ring when he gets back tomorrow? 279 00:18:21,396 --> 00:18:23,368 The number's on there. 280 00:18:23,372 --> 00:18:25,360 Oh, thank you. Gavin Troy. 281 00:18:26,320 --> 00:18:28,320 Have we met? 282 00:18:28,324 --> 00:18:30,312 No. I don't think so. 283 00:18:31,376 --> 00:18:33,368 I feel I know your name. 284 00:18:36,328 --> 00:18:39,352 It's a lovely house you have here, Mrs Merrill. 285 00:18:41,304 --> 00:18:42,348 How long have you been here? 286 00:18:42,356 --> 00:18:44,392 Oh, it must be about eight years now. 287 00:18:45,332 --> 00:18:47,376 No, nine. Just before the first... 288 00:18:51,356 --> 00:18:53,356 Where did you find the watch? 289 00:18:54,312 --> 00:18:56,304 In Raven's Wood. 290 00:19:00,308 --> 00:19:02,332 It can't be John's. It can't be. 291 00:19:02,340 --> 00:19:05,368 Oh, I'm sure there's some simple explanation. 292 00:19:05,376 --> 00:19:08,380 Just get him to give me a call when he gets back. 293 00:19:16,356 --> 00:19:19,300 She was nervous about something. 294 00:19:19,308 --> 00:19:22,364 So, what sort of agony column does she write, Troy? 295 00:19:22,372 --> 00:19:26,320 I've only glanced at it, sir. It's just problems... 296 00:19:34,384 --> 00:19:37,340 Don't look, but we are being watched. 297 00:19:37,344 --> 00:19:39,332 No, don't look. 298 00:19:39,336 --> 00:19:40,300 The house? 299 00:19:40,304 --> 00:19:41,392 Garden. 300 00:19:57,320 --> 00:19:59,312 He lied to me. 301 00:19:59,316 --> 00:20:01,312 What? 302 00:20:01,316 --> 00:20:02,348 About the watch. 303 00:20:02,352 --> 00:20:04,340 Maybe he didn't. 304 00:20:06,368 --> 00:20:09,300 He told me it was being repaired. 305 00:20:09,304 --> 00:20:10,368 Why don't you ask him? 306 00:20:11,392 --> 00:20:13,384 I think I will. 307 00:20:14,316 --> 00:20:16,316 What time is it? 308 00:20:16,320 --> 00:20:17,332 Ten to six. 309 00:20:17,336 --> 00:20:19,324 He should be in. 310 00:20:24,384 --> 00:20:28,336 Hello? Yes. Could I speak to John Merrill, please? 311 00:20:29,320 --> 00:20:31,320 Oh. Thank you. 312 00:20:31,324 --> 00:20:33,312 He's just gone out. 313 00:22:02,316 --> 00:22:04,308 Morning. 314 00:22:41,376 --> 00:22:44,316 Dad, you haven't eaten any of it. What? 315 00:22:44,324 --> 00:22:47,320 Eggs, bacon, sausage. All your favourites. 316 00:22:47,324 --> 00:22:48,364 Oh, sorry. 317 00:22:48,368 --> 00:22:50,356 It's all cold now. 318 00:22:56,308 --> 00:22:58,300 So, what is it this time? 319 00:22:59,380 --> 00:23:01,372 It's a South American girl. 320 00:23:03,340 --> 00:23:05,372 Actress or a model, it looks like. 321 00:23:06,380 --> 00:23:08,372 There she is. 322 00:23:09,348 --> 00:23:11,348 Strangled in Raven's Wood. 323 00:23:12,316 --> 00:23:12,396 Wasn't that the... 324 00:23:13,300 --> 00:23:15,300 Yes, it was. 325 00:23:15,308 --> 00:23:18,368 Three cases in 18 months. But that was nine years ago. 326 00:23:18,372 --> 00:23:20,364 So why's he started again? 327 00:23:20,372 --> 00:23:24,348 That's one question. I have another. Why did he stop? 328 00:23:24,352 --> 00:23:25,396 PHONE RINGS 329 00:23:26,300 --> 00:23:27,388 All right. I'll get it. 330 00:23:30,348 --> 00:23:32,340 Barnaby. 331 00:23:33,392 --> 00:23:35,392 Oh. That is excellent, Troy. 332 00:23:36,396 --> 00:23:39,304 Yes, yes. I'll meet you there. 333 00:23:39,384 --> 00:23:42,356 We may have an ID on that girl in the wood. 334 00:23:42,380 --> 00:23:45,340 A maid who works in the local hotel. 335 00:23:45,348 --> 00:23:48,352 Dad, why don't we go out for dinner tonight? 336 00:23:48,360 --> 00:23:51,312 We could try that new place in Causton. 337 00:23:51,332 --> 00:23:53,348 Yeah. Why don't we meet there? 338 00:23:53,352 --> 00:23:54,384 Eight o'clock? Table for two? 339 00:23:54,388 --> 00:23:57,316 I wasn't planning to invite Troy! 340 00:23:59,348 --> 00:24:01,340 'Bye. 341 00:24:03,392 --> 00:24:05,392 I knew it was her. 342 00:24:05,396 --> 00:24:07,384 As soon as I saw the paper. 343 00:24:08,368 --> 00:24:12,308 I would have told the manager, but he's not here. 344 00:24:12,312 --> 00:24:12,392 Where is he? 345 00:24:12,396 --> 00:24:14,384 London. 346 00:24:15,380 --> 00:24:17,372 This is her room. 347 00:24:25,392 --> 00:24:28,356 And she booked this room for the week? 348 00:24:28,360 --> 00:24:30,348 That was a week ago. Yes. 349 00:24:31,352 --> 00:24:35,304 She was here one night, and then she never came back. 350 00:24:37,332 --> 00:24:39,324 'CC' - Carla Constanza. 351 00:24:40,312 --> 00:24:41,308 Did she check in with that name? 352 00:24:41,312 --> 00:24:43,308 Yes. 353 00:24:43,312 --> 00:24:44,352 Did you speak to her? 354 00:24:44,360 --> 00:24:47,320 I don't think she spoke much English. 355 00:24:47,328 --> 00:24:50,324 I helped with her bags. That one and another. 356 00:24:51,324 --> 00:24:53,348 Her clothes are still here, sir. 357 00:24:54,344 --> 00:24:57,376 Were you here when she checked in, Miss Bradley? 358 00:24:58,304 --> 00:25:00,380 Just call me Gloria, everyone else does. 359 00:25:00,384 --> 00:25:02,372 Except Mr Pike. 360 00:25:02,392 --> 00:25:04,384 Yes, I was here. 361 00:25:04,388 --> 00:25:06,392 I was working reception. 362 00:25:07,300 --> 00:25:10,324 It was a Wednesday about half past four. 363 00:25:11,324 --> 00:25:13,356 It was very quiet that afternoon. 364 00:25:14,336 --> 00:25:18,308 'No-one had booked and Mr Pike didn't expect anyone, 365 00:25:18,312 --> 00:25:20,308 but then she just turned up.' 366 00:25:20,352 --> 00:25:22,368 Good afternoon. Can I help you? 367 00:25:22,396 --> 00:25:26,372 'I got the feeling straight away that she was nervous.' 368 00:25:27,384 --> 00:25:31,352 She was out of breath. It was like she'd been running. 369 00:25:32,320 --> 00:25:33,316 Was there anyone with her? 370 00:25:33,320 --> 00:25:35,308 Just the taxi driver. 371 00:25:35,328 --> 00:25:37,332 And she paid for the whole week? 372 00:25:37,336 --> 00:25:39,380 Yes. She paid by credit card. 373 00:25:40,308 --> 00:25:44,304 She asked me for a downstairs room, so I gave her this one, 374 00:25:44,312 --> 00:25:47,300 but there's a nicer view on the first floor. 375 00:25:47,304 --> 00:25:47,384 Did you see her again? 376 00:25:47,388 --> 00:25:49,384 No. 377 00:25:49,388 --> 00:25:52,308 But I heard her. That same day. 378 00:25:52,316 --> 00:25:55,388 It must have been about an hour later. Half past five. 379 00:25:55,396 --> 00:25:58,364 I went past her room, and I heard her voice. 380 00:25:59,352 --> 00:26:02,384 Someone was there, and they were having a barney. 381 00:26:03,304 --> 00:26:04,368 Was it a man or a woman? 382 00:26:04,372 --> 00:26:06,360 I'm not sure. 383 00:26:07,340 --> 00:26:09,364 'She was shouting at someone, 384 00:26:09,372 --> 00:26:13,312 but I couldn't understand a word she was saying.' 385 00:26:13,316 --> 00:26:14,352 'And then she threw something.' 386 00:26:14,356 --> 00:26:16,360 GLASS BREAKING 387 00:26:16,368 --> 00:26:19,340 'I didn't know whether to call Mr Pike.' 388 00:26:19,348 --> 00:26:23,376 But it wasn't my business and anyway, it was the end of my shift. 389 00:26:23,380 --> 00:26:25,368 So I didn't. 390 00:26:25,372 --> 00:26:26,372 Did you see her the next day? 391 00:26:26,376 --> 00:26:28,380 No. 392 00:26:28,388 --> 00:26:32,336 She had had an argument. She'd thrown an ashtray. 393 00:26:32,344 --> 00:26:37,340 It was in the fireplace. There was glass and cigarette ends everywhere. 394 00:26:37,360 --> 00:26:39,348 Sir? 395 00:26:39,392 --> 00:26:42,324 There's one entry for Wednesday. 396 00:26:44,356 --> 00:26:46,348 CAR HORN 397 00:26:47,320 --> 00:26:49,312 Oh, that's Mr Pike now. 398 00:26:50,340 --> 00:26:54,352 He always hoots like that. To let his mother know he's back. 399 00:27:02,344 --> 00:27:04,320 Can I help you? 400 00:27:04,324 --> 00:27:06,320 Yes. We're from Causton CID. 401 00:27:06,340 --> 00:27:07,380 The police? 402 00:27:07,384 --> 00:27:09,324 Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby. 403 00:27:09,328 --> 00:27:11,316 DS Troy. 404 00:27:11,320 --> 00:27:13,320 Why? What are you doing here? 405 00:27:13,324 --> 00:27:14,320 Miss Bradley? 406 00:27:14,324 --> 00:27:16,312 I called them, Mr Pike. 407 00:27:16,316 --> 00:27:17,300 Why? 408 00:27:17,304 --> 00:27:19,344 The South American lady in Room 15? 409 00:27:19,364 --> 00:27:21,356 She's been strangled. 410 00:27:21,360 --> 00:27:23,324 What? 411 00:27:23,328 --> 00:27:25,316 In Strangler's Wood. 412 00:27:26,348 --> 00:27:28,348 No. That's... not possible. 413 00:27:30,332 --> 00:27:32,324 I mean... 414 00:27:33,304 --> 00:27:36,312 Have you taken the papers up yet? To Mother? 415 00:27:36,316 --> 00:27:37,300 No. 416 00:27:37,308 --> 00:27:39,388 Don't. I don't want her upset. Understand? 417 00:27:40,360 --> 00:27:43,384 Mr Pike, I was wondering if we could have a word. 418 00:27:46,356 --> 00:27:49,308 'I bought this hotel ten years ago.' 419 00:27:49,312 --> 00:27:51,324 'Yes. That's when it started.' 420 00:27:51,344 --> 00:27:53,368 One of the girls who was killed... 421 00:27:54,348 --> 00:27:58,316 Joan Chaplin, she actually worked here. 422 00:27:58,320 --> 00:27:58,384 So I understand. 423 00:27:58,388 --> 00:28:00,392 She was close to my mother. 424 00:28:01,300 --> 00:28:05,308 That's why I don't want her to know about this. She was upset. 425 00:28:05,312 --> 00:28:07,340 Very, very, upset. 426 00:28:07,384 --> 00:28:10,308 Well, we may have to speak to her. 427 00:28:10,336 --> 00:28:14,312 No, no. That's not possible. She's ill. She's dying. 428 00:28:14,320 --> 00:28:17,368 She has cancer of the pancreas, stomach... 429 00:28:18,380 --> 00:28:21,368 Just about everywhere. She's upstairs. 430 00:28:21,372 --> 00:28:23,316 Oh, I'm sorry. 431 00:28:23,324 --> 00:28:26,300 She's been dying for about six years now. 432 00:28:26,304 --> 00:28:27,392 We're getting used to it. 433 00:28:30,348 --> 00:28:33,336 What can you tell us about Carla Constanza? 434 00:28:33,340 --> 00:28:35,328 Nothing. 435 00:28:35,396 --> 00:28:39,336 She had Room 15. She paid with American Express. 436 00:28:39,340 --> 00:28:41,328 Did you not see her at all? 437 00:28:41,356 --> 00:28:44,376 No. I didn't book her in. She left that evening. 438 00:28:44,380 --> 00:28:46,352 You weren't working that evening? 439 00:28:46,356 --> 00:28:48,368 Yes. I was behind reception. 440 00:28:48,376 --> 00:28:52,376 But I went up to the first floor a few times. To see mother. 441 00:28:52,384 --> 00:28:55,352 There's more than one exit she could use. 442 00:28:56,396 --> 00:28:59,376 Did it bother you that she didn't return? 443 00:28:59,380 --> 00:29:02,324 Not at all. She'd paid for her room. 444 00:29:02,328 --> 00:29:04,356 What she did with it was up to her. 445 00:29:04,364 --> 00:29:08,344 So there's nothing else you know about Carla Constanza? 446 00:29:08,348 --> 00:29:10,336 No. 447 00:29:14,344 --> 00:29:16,344 Yes. 448 00:29:16,348 --> 00:29:18,352 She made two telephone calls. 449 00:29:20,340 --> 00:29:22,332 That Wednesday? 450 00:29:22,368 --> 00:29:24,368 I don't suppose your phones - 451 00:29:24,396 --> 00:29:29,356 Oh, yes. It's very up-to-date. Both the numbers will be recorded. 452 00:29:33,364 --> 00:29:36,352 Two numbers. Both local. One in Causton. 453 00:29:36,356 --> 00:29:38,328 Five o'clock and five past. 454 00:29:38,332 --> 00:29:40,336 1225. We know that one, Troy. 455 00:29:40,340 --> 00:29:41,316 Do we? 456 00:29:41,320 --> 00:29:43,316 It's Kate and John Merrill. 457 00:29:43,320 --> 00:29:43,396 Oh, Mr Rolex. 458 00:29:44,300 --> 00:29:45,396 Yeah. 459 00:29:46,300 --> 00:29:48,356 That says they spoke for 45 seconds. 460 00:29:48,360 --> 00:29:50,364 Maybe they arranged to meet. 461 00:29:50,368 --> 00:29:52,356 Maybe. 462 00:30:19,380 --> 00:30:21,300 DOOR BANGS 463 00:30:21,304 --> 00:30:23,300 Leonard? 464 00:30:23,304 --> 00:30:25,324 I've got your morning medication. 465 00:30:25,328 --> 00:30:27,324 Who were those two men? 466 00:30:27,328 --> 00:30:29,316 What two men? 467 00:30:29,376 --> 00:30:31,376 I saw them out of the window. 468 00:30:31,380 --> 00:30:33,368 They were policemen. 469 00:30:38,384 --> 00:30:40,384 They came here to warn me. 470 00:30:40,388 --> 00:30:42,376 Warn you? 471 00:30:44,320 --> 00:30:47,344 There are some false £20 notes in circulation. 472 00:30:49,312 --> 00:30:51,304 It was nice of them. 473 00:30:52,344 --> 00:30:54,336 Thoughtful. 474 00:31:01,308 --> 00:31:03,352 How are you feeling today, Mother? 475 00:31:04,380 --> 00:31:06,372 I'm in pain. 476 00:31:10,388 --> 00:31:12,388 You'll feel better later on. 477 00:31:14,364 --> 00:31:18,376 If God wanted me to feel better, he'd put me out of my misery. 478 00:31:20,376 --> 00:31:22,368 But he wants me to suffer. 479 00:31:23,380 --> 00:31:25,372 He's still punishing me. 480 00:31:35,324 --> 00:31:37,368 I'll come up at lunchtime, Mother. 481 00:31:39,384 --> 00:31:41,392 I haven't had my paper. 482 00:31:42,300 --> 00:31:44,344 It didn't come. I'll give them a call. 483 00:31:45,312 --> 00:31:47,304 You can read your Bible. 484 00:31:49,396 --> 00:31:52,312 You're on Ezekiel, aren't you? 485 00:31:55,368 --> 00:31:57,380 You like Ezekiel. 486 00:32:10,392 --> 00:32:13,300 TROY: 'Monarch Tobacco.' 487 00:32:13,308 --> 00:32:16,364 BARNABY: 'The second number Carla Constanza rang.' 488 00:32:27,336 --> 00:32:29,328 Are you Barnaby? 489 00:32:29,348 --> 00:32:31,360 Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby. 490 00:32:31,368 --> 00:32:34,372 Bill Mitchell. Chairman. It's my company. 491 00:32:34,380 --> 00:32:37,376 What can I do for you? Local charity, is it? 492 00:32:37,384 --> 00:32:41,348 Policeman's ball? I'm usually good for a bob or two. 493 00:32:41,356 --> 00:32:44,384 We're here in connection with a murder inquiry. 494 00:32:44,388 --> 00:32:47,300 What? Are you joking?! 495 00:32:47,308 --> 00:32:50,308 A young woman's body found in Raven's Wood. 496 00:32:50,328 --> 00:32:51,380 What's it got to do with me? 497 00:32:51,388 --> 00:32:54,384 Does the name Carla Constanza mean anything? 498 00:32:55,396 --> 00:32:57,388 Carla! 499 00:32:57,392 --> 00:32:59,380 It wasn't her, was it? 500 00:33:02,328 --> 00:33:06,312 Now, this is Carla. Our biggest-selling cigarette. 501 00:33:06,320 --> 00:33:09,336 Not over here. We sell a bit in the Asian market. 502 00:33:09,344 --> 00:33:12,304 In Brazil, they're the market leader. 503 00:33:12,308 --> 00:33:13,328 The numero uno. 504 00:33:13,332 --> 00:33:15,344 And they were named after her? 505 00:33:15,348 --> 00:33:17,352 Yes. Carla Constanza. 506 00:33:17,360 --> 00:33:20,328 Gorgeous girl, but the talent of a flea. 507 00:33:20,336 --> 00:33:24,380 She was in a Brazilian soap and we got her to promote the cigarette. 508 00:33:24,384 --> 00:33:26,396 The names were a coincidence. 509 00:33:27,300 --> 00:33:28,388 And was it a success? 510 00:33:28,396 --> 00:33:31,364 I'll say. We put her on TV and in posters. 511 00:33:31,368 --> 00:33:33,384 She spearheaded our campaign. 512 00:33:33,392 --> 00:33:36,392 Then she became a star and the brand rocketed. 513 00:33:36,396 --> 00:33:38,384 Now you tell me she's dead! 514 00:33:39,348 --> 00:33:41,372 Christ! It's a bloody disaster. 515 00:33:41,392 --> 00:33:43,376 When did you last see her? 516 00:33:44,308 --> 00:33:46,316 Oh, a couple of months ago. 517 00:33:46,324 --> 00:33:50,324 Out in Rio. Went for the shoot... An ad we haven't released. 518 00:33:50,344 --> 00:33:52,340 Do you know how bad this is? 519 00:33:52,348 --> 00:33:57,328 Carla has a 22% share of the fifth biggest tobacco market in the world. 520 00:33:57,376 --> 00:33:59,384 We're talking about a woman's death. 521 00:33:59,392 --> 00:34:03,312 I'm talking about relaunching, repackaging, 522 00:34:03,316 --> 00:34:05,372 scrapping expensive advertising. 523 00:34:05,376 --> 00:34:07,380 Maybe losing the brand. 524 00:34:07,388 --> 00:34:10,388 If that happens, I may lose the whole shebang. 525 00:34:10,396 --> 00:34:14,344 Did you know Miss Constanza was coming to England? 526 00:34:14,348 --> 00:34:16,344 No. She never told me. 527 00:34:16,348 --> 00:34:18,360 You didn't get a call from her? 528 00:34:18,380 --> 00:34:20,388 Last Wednesday, about five o'clock? 529 00:34:20,392 --> 00:34:23,348 No... We have 200 extensions here. 530 00:34:23,356 --> 00:34:26,336 She could have been put through to anyone. 531 00:34:26,372 --> 00:34:29,352 Do you know why she would come over here? 532 00:34:29,360 --> 00:34:32,396 No. Talk to John Merrill. My marketing manager. 533 00:34:33,304 --> 00:34:36,340 It was him who hired her. He knew her better than me. 534 00:34:36,344 --> 00:34:38,352 I understand he's in London. 535 00:34:38,360 --> 00:34:41,320 He's due back on the four o'clock train. 536 00:34:41,348 --> 00:34:44,308 Will you release the name to the press? 537 00:34:44,312 --> 00:34:46,308 Oh, yes. We'll have to. 538 00:34:46,316 --> 00:34:50,332 Oh, Christ. Do you have any idea what this is going to do to me? 539 00:34:50,336 --> 00:34:52,384 It's a complete bloody nightmare. 540 00:34:52,388 --> 00:34:54,376 We're very sorry, sir. 541 00:34:55,392 --> 00:35:00,320 I'd like a copy of that last advert. And a corporate brochure. 542 00:35:00,356 --> 00:35:04,340 Have you got one I can have? Background on the company. 543 00:35:04,344 --> 00:35:06,388 Ask my secretary. Anything else? 544 00:35:06,396 --> 00:35:10,388 I don't suppose the name Draycott means anything to you? 545 00:35:10,392 --> 00:35:12,388 Draycott? 546 00:35:12,392 --> 00:35:14,388 No. Never heard of him. 547 00:35:14,392 --> 00:35:16,380 Why do you ask? 548 00:35:18,364 --> 00:35:20,356 No reason. 549 00:35:26,392 --> 00:35:27,372 So where now? 550 00:35:27,376 --> 00:35:29,380 John Merrill's, I think. 551 00:35:29,388 --> 00:35:32,384 He'll be home if he caught the train at four. 552 00:35:32,388 --> 00:35:34,392 Yes. Five thirty. Overtime. 553 00:35:34,396 --> 00:35:35,392 Just checking. 554 00:35:35,396 --> 00:35:37,308 Do you have a problem? 555 00:35:37,312 --> 00:35:39,300 No. 556 00:35:40,308 --> 00:35:42,308 Carla Constanza. 557 00:35:42,312 --> 00:35:44,308 Yes, Kate. 558 00:35:44,312 --> 00:35:46,300 I heard it on the news. 559 00:35:48,356 --> 00:35:50,348 Has Bill rung? 560 00:35:51,308 --> 00:35:53,300 Not yet. 561 00:35:53,304 --> 00:35:55,300 Surprise me. 562 00:35:55,304 --> 00:35:57,352 You know he'll blame me, don't you? 563 00:35:57,356 --> 00:35:59,320 He'll say I killed her as well. 564 00:35:59,324 --> 00:36:01,312 He won't be the only one. 565 00:36:02,336 --> 00:36:04,332 What? 566 00:36:04,336 --> 00:36:06,356 The police were here yesterday. 567 00:36:08,364 --> 00:36:10,356 What do you mean? Why? 568 00:36:10,376 --> 00:36:13,300 They found a watch near the body. 569 00:36:13,304 --> 00:36:14,392 A Rolex. 570 00:36:16,312 --> 00:36:17,336 It's your Rolex. 571 00:36:17,340 --> 00:36:19,320 Of course it's not. 572 00:36:19,324 --> 00:36:19,392 Then where is it? 573 00:36:19,396 --> 00:36:20,372 I told you... 574 00:36:20,376 --> 00:36:22,372 You lied to me. 575 00:36:22,376 --> 00:36:24,364 It wasn't a lie! 576 00:36:36,396 --> 00:36:38,388 I lost it. 577 00:36:40,336 --> 00:36:44,340 I... I didn't want to tell you. It would have meant a row. 578 00:36:44,348 --> 00:36:47,396 I was going to replace it and hope you didn't notice. 579 00:36:49,304 --> 00:36:50,380 So, why didn't you? 580 00:36:50,384 --> 00:36:52,388 I lost it a week ago. 581 00:36:52,396 --> 00:36:56,328 There's a three-month waiting list for a new one. 582 00:37:03,376 --> 00:37:05,376 You don't believe me, do you? 583 00:37:07,336 --> 00:37:09,328 Do you? 584 00:37:10,316 --> 00:37:12,324 So... what? 585 00:37:12,332 --> 00:37:14,368 Do you think I killed her? Is that it? 586 00:37:14,372 --> 00:37:16,384 I killed her and left the watch? 587 00:37:16,388 --> 00:37:17,356 I didn't say that. 588 00:37:17,360 --> 00:37:19,356 No, you didn't have to. 589 00:37:19,360 --> 00:37:21,340 She was strangled. Strangled. 590 00:37:21,344 --> 00:37:23,340 Oh, for God's sake! 591 00:37:23,344 --> 00:37:25,332 DOOR CREAKS 592 00:37:31,384 --> 00:37:33,376 David! 593 00:37:34,368 --> 00:37:37,340 You've got to do something about him. 594 00:37:37,348 --> 00:37:41,300 He's always snooping. Something's wrong with him. 595 00:37:41,304 --> 00:37:43,300 You should talk! 596 00:37:43,304 --> 00:37:45,300 Oh, don't start that again. 597 00:37:45,304 --> 00:37:46,380 I'm not going to. 598 00:37:50,360 --> 00:37:52,340 The police are here. 599 00:37:55,380 --> 00:37:56,380 Looks like he's home. 600 00:37:56,384 --> 00:37:58,372 Yes. 601 00:38:08,392 --> 00:38:10,392 That's interesting. 602 00:38:10,396 --> 00:38:12,312 What? 603 00:38:12,316 --> 00:38:14,304 Oh, use your eyes, Troy. 604 00:38:18,340 --> 00:38:20,348 White clay. 605 00:38:20,356 --> 00:38:24,304 Remember where the body was found in Raven's Wood? 606 00:38:24,308 --> 00:38:25,304 It's the same. 607 00:38:25,308 --> 00:38:27,304 It might be, Troy. 608 00:38:27,308 --> 00:38:29,372 First he leaves his watch. Now this. 609 00:38:29,380 --> 00:38:32,324 He's certainly making it easy for us. 610 00:38:36,364 --> 00:38:38,380 Yes. It does look like my watch. 611 00:38:40,348 --> 00:38:43,348 All I can say is someone must have taken it. 612 00:38:43,352 --> 00:38:45,396 I haven't been near Raven's Wood. 613 00:38:46,304 --> 00:38:47,328 Did you take it off outside the house? 614 00:38:47,332 --> 00:38:49,336 No. 615 00:38:49,344 --> 00:38:52,380 Have you had visitors? Any builders? Decorators? 616 00:38:52,384 --> 00:38:54,388 No. 617 00:38:54,396 --> 00:38:59,332 Is there anyone else who could have taken it while you were here? 618 00:39:00,308 --> 00:39:02,300 Well, I suppose... 619 00:39:02,332 --> 00:39:04,324 ..Kate. 620 00:39:04,328 --> 00:39:06,316 I didn't take it. 621 00:39:08,304 --> 00:39:09,308 Anna. 622 00:39:09,312 --> 00:39:10,364 Your au pair. 623 00:39:10,368 --> 00:39:12,356 Yes. 624 00:39:13,328 --> 00:39:15,360 I don't wear it in the bath, so... 625 00:39:15,364 --> 00:39:17,352 I suppose she might have... 626 00:39:20,348 --> 00:39:23,380 So, what can you tell us about Carla Constanza? 627 00:39:23,384 --> 00:39:25,320 What do you want to know? 628 00:39:25,324 --> 00:39:27,320 What was your relationship? 629 00:39:27,348 --> 00:39:31,316 I didn't have one. Not in my wife's sense of the word. 630 00:39:31,324 --> 00:39:33,384 She writes an agony column, you know. 631 00:39:33,388 --> 00:39:35,324 I told them. 632 00:39:35,328 --> 00:39:37,340 When did you last speak to her? 633 00:39:37,388 --> 00:39:39,380 My wife, or Carla? 634 00:39:43,328 --> 00:39:45,336 Um... In Rio. 635 00:39:45,344 --> 00:39:48,304 I was there a few months ago with Bill. 636 00:39:48,312 --> 00:39:51,352 And you didn't know she was coming to this country? 637 00:39:52,324 --> 00:39:54,324 She never said anything. 638 00:39:54,328 --> 00:39:55,384 You didn't speak to her last week? 639 00:39:55,388 --> 00:39:57,384 No. 640 00:39:57,388 --> 00:39:59,384 We know she rang here, sir. 641 00:39:59,388 --> 00:40:02,308 Last Wednesday at five o'clock. 642 00:40:02,344 --> 00:40:04,336 The night she was killed. 643 00:40:07,312 --> 00:40:09,336 She may have rung, but I was out. 644 00:40:09,340 --> 00:40:11,344 I never get in much before six. 645 00:40:15,368 --> 00:40:18,308 And what about you, Mrs Merrill? 646 00:40:18,316 --> 00:40:21,348 I was at the paper. I got back the same time as John. 647 00:40:22,332 --> 00:40:24,372 Do you have an answering machine? 648 00:40:24,380 --> 00:40:27,332 Yes. There were no messages, I'm sure. 649 00:40:28,316 --> 00:40:30,388 What about your movements that night? 650 00:40:30,392 --> 00:40:32,380 Were you both in? 651 00:40:35,388 --> 00:40:37,380 I went out at seven. 652 00:40:38,332 --> 00:40:40,324 I got back at midnight. 653 00:40:41,312 --> 00:40:43,356 Oh, it's the same every Wednesday. 654 00:40:44,388 --> 00:40:48,340 I do a stint on the local helpline. I'm a volunteer. 655 00:40:48,376 --> 00:40:52,336 Kate's very good with problems, Chief Inspector. 656 00:40:52,340 --> 00:40:54,324 Other people's, anyway. 657 00:40:56,320 --> 00:40:58,328 Anna left with me. 658 00:40:58,336 --> 00:41:02,328 I gave her a lift into Causton. She went dancing, I think. 659 00:41:02,332 --> 00:41:04,336 So you were in the house alone? 660 00:41:04,384 --> 00:41:07,372 Yes. Well, there was David. 661 00:41:07,380 --> 00:41:12,360 Yes. Two chapters of Roald Dahl and a glass of warm milk was my evening. 662 00:41:13,352 --> 00:41:15,352 Baby-sitting? 663 00:41:15,356 --> 00:41:17,344 Got it in one. 664 00:41:21,300 --> 00:41:24,308 Detective Inspector, may I ask something? 665 00:41:24,312 --> 00:41:25,308 But of course. Yes. 666 00:41:25,312 --> 00:41:27,316 Whoever did this, 667 00:41:27,324 --> 00:41:30,328 is it the same person as all those years ago? 668 00:41:30,336 --> 00:41:33,304 Oh, it's too early to say, Mrs Merrill. 669 00:41:33,312 --> 00:41:36,396 They were strangled, weren't they? Three other girls. 670 00:41:37,300 --> 00:41:38,388 I'm afraid they were. Yes. 671 00:41:40,348 --> 00:41:42,344 Oh, Anna. 672 00:41:42,348 --> 00:41:44,340 I'm very glad to see you. 673 00:41:44,344 --> 00:41:46,340 Where? 674 00:41:46,344 --> 00:41:48,340 Her English isn't very good. 675 00:41:49,348 --> 00:41:51,348 Last Wednesday. 676 00:41:51,352 --> 00:41:53,340 Miercoles. 677 00:41:56,356 --> 00:41:58,348 The answering machine. 678 00:41:58,392 --> 00:42:00,384 Was there a message? 679 00:42:01,380 --> 00:42:05,384 Estaba un mensaje de una Carla Constanza? 680 00:42:08,396 --> 00:42:10,388 Wednesday? 681 00:42:11,348 --> 00:42:13,348 No. There was no message. 682 00:42:13,352 --> 00:42:15,340 No message at all. 683 00:42:20,320 --> 00:42:22,320 Are you going out, Anna? 684 00:42:22,324 --> 00:42:25,348 No, Mrs Merrill. I'm going out. 685 00:42:26,308 --> 00:42:29,368 She's always in Causton. Pubs and discos. And boys. 686 00:42:29,396 --> 00:42:33,368 You will let me know, won't you? If there's any news. 687 00:42:33,376 --> 00:42:35,344 We will keep you informed, Mrs Merrill. 688 00:42:35,348 --> 00:42:37,336 Thank you. 689 00:42:45,368 --> 00:42:47,376 That was very impressive, Troy. 690 00:42:47,380 --> 00:42:49,364 I didn't know you spoke Portuguese. 691 00:42:49,372 --> 00:42:52,356 It was Spanish, sir. I've been going to night classes. 692 00:42:52,360 --> 00:42:54,356 You certainly got through to her. 693 00:42:54,364 --> 00:42:57,332 What do you make of Kate Merrill? She seemed nervy. 694 00:42:57,336 --> 00:42:58,372 Yes, but why? 695 00:43:05,372 --> 00:43:07,372 Lights out, David. 696 00:43:07,376 --> 00:43:09,332 Was that the police? 697 00:43:09,336 --> 00:43:11,324 How did you kn... 698 00:43:12,384 --> 00:43:15,324 You shouldn't eavesdrop, David. 699 00:43:15,328 --> 00:43:17,332 What have I told you? 700 00:43:17,340 --> 00:43:19,368 You'll only hear things you'll wish you hadn't. 701 00:43:19,372 --> 00:43:21,384 You and Dad were arguing again. 702 00:43:22,388 --> 00:43:26,320 We weren't arguing. We were talking... loudly. 703 00:43:27,388 --> 00:43:29,388 Do they think he did it? 704 00:43:29,392 --> 00:43:31,396 No. Of course not. 705 00:43:32,304 --> 00:43:36,340 He was here with you the night it happened, so he couldn't have. 706 00:43:36,344 --> 00:43:38,340 Yeah. 707 00:43:38,344 --> 00:43:40,340 He was here most of the time. 708 00:43:40,344 --> 00:43:42,332 Come on. Lights out. 709 00:43:44,308 --> 00:43:45,352 And don't waken up too early. 710 00:43:45,356 --> 00:43:47,344 Night. 711 00:43:49,348 --> 00:43:51,356 David... 712 00:43:51,364 --> 00:43:54,368 What did you mean, 'most of the time'? 713 00:43:55,320 --> 00:43:56,336 What? 714 00:43:56,340 --> 00:43:57,376 Your dad. 715 00:43:59,328 --> 00:44:01,376 He went out for a bit. I heard his car. 716 00:44:02,320 --> 00:44:03,360 When? 717 00:44:03,364 --> 00:44:05,352 I don't know. It was dark. 718 00:44:06,304 --> 00:44:08,304 And he left you on your own? 719 00:44:08,308 --> 00:44:10,396 No, Anna was back, I think. 720 00:44:11,328 --> 00:44:13,384 I don't know. Maybe I just dreamed it. 721 00:44:15,388 --> 00:44:17,388 Yes, that's probably it. 722 00:44:17,392 --> 00:44:19,388 One of your dreams. 723 00:44:19,392 --> 00:44:21,380 Now, go to sleep. 724 00:44:40,300 --> 00:44:42,356 I've come to say goodnight to David. 725 00:44:42,364 --> 00:44:45,316 You're too late. He's already asleep. 726 00:44:48,396 --> 00:44:50,388 Cully! 727 00:44:55,300 --> 00:44:56,392 Cully? 728 00:45:25,328 --> 00:45:27,328 Cully... 729 00:45:27,332 --> 00:45:29,388 It's OK. You've already explained. 730 00:45:29,392 --> 00:45:30,384 No, it was bad of me. I'm sorry. 731 00:45:30,388 --> 00:45:32,364 It wasn't the end of the world. 732 00:45:32,372 --> 00:45:36,328 I got two margaritas and the Head Waiter proposed. 733 00:45:36,336 --> 00:45:38,380 Will you eat this, or shall I throw it away? 734 00:45:38,384 --> 00:45:40,372 You sound like your mother. 735 00:45:44,356 --> 00:45:46,356 I do have a surprise for you. 736 00:45:46,360 --> 00:45:48,356 To make up for last night. 737 00:45:48,360 --> 00:45:49,356 Yes? 738 00:45:49,360 --> 00:45:52,316 That play you fancied, in Causton. 739 00:45:52,324 --> 00:45:53,324 The Pinter? I thought it was sold out. 740 00:45:53,328 --> 00:45:56,344 Oh, it is. But I have two tickets. 741 00:45:56,348 --> 00:45:58,352 When? 742 00:45:58,360 --> 00:46:00,308 Tonight. If you're still talking to me. 743 00:46:00,312 --> 00:46:02,308 Dad... 744 00:46:02,312 --> 00:46:04,308 Tonight. At seven thirty. 745 00:46:04,312 --> 00:46:06,308 I'll meet you there. 746 00:46:06,312 --> 00:46:08,308 I'll call you to make sure. 747 00:46:08,312 --> 00:46:10,300 I promise I will not forget. 748 00:46:11,336 --> 00:46:15,348 Two free tickets. I can't think how you managed to get them. 749 00:46:25,352 --> 00:46:27,352 No. I'm sorry. 750 00:46:27,356 --> 00:46:29,344 We're sold out. 751 00:46:29,364 --> 00:46:31,312 Are you sure there's nothing left? 752 00:46:31,316 --> 00:46:33,320 Of course. I've just told you. 753 00:46:34,352 --> 00:46:37,320 I don't think you quite understand. 754 00:46:37,328 --> 00:46:40,360 I am Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby from CID. 755 00:46:40,380 --> 00:46:42,384 Oh, yes? 756 00:46:43,320 --> 00:46:48,304 And I have to see this play as part of an investigation. 757 00:46:48,308 --> 00:46:51,336 Detective Chief Inspector... 758 00:46:51,344 --> 00:46:56,372 It was you that investigated that man who got his throat cut. 759 00:46:56,376 --> 00:46:58,320 In the Peter Shaffer play. 760 00:46:58,324 --> 00:47:00,312 That's right. 761 00:47:00,332 --> 00:47:02,380 You don't think it'll happen again? 762 00:47:07,336 --> 00:47:10,300 That's the first time I've done that. 763 00:47:10,304 --> 00:47:10,380 What? 764 00:47:10,384 --> 00:47:12,380 Pulled rank. 765 00:47:12,384 --> 00:47:14,396 I've got the video you wanted. 766 00:47:15,300 --> 00:47:17,312 The advert came this morning. 767 00:47:17,316 --> 00:47:19,304 Ah. Thank you. 768 00:47:19,324 --> 00:47:21,316 Look over there. 769 00:47:21,320 --> 00:47:22,324 That's Anna. 770 00:47:22,328 --> 00:47:24,316 The Merrill's au pair. 771 00:47:27,372 --> 00:47:29,364 Hello, Anna. 772 00:47:31,308 --> 00:47:32,352 Buenos dias. 773 00:47:32,356 --> 00:47:34,344 Yes. 774 00:47:35,312 --> 00:47:37,304 Are you shopping? 775 00:47:38,312 --> 00:47:40,304 Shopping? Yes! 776 00:47:41,336 --> 00:47:43,368 I get this for Mrs Merrill. 777 00:47:44,376 --> 00:47:48,348 She send me in the shopping. 778 00:47:49,304 --> 00:47:52,328 In the shopping for Mrs Merrill. 779 00:47:52,376 --> 00:47:56,376 So you plan to spend a long time... 780 00:47:56,380 --> 00:47:58,368 with the Merrills? 781 00:47:58,388 --> 00:48:00,372 Yes? 782 00:48:00,392 --> 00:48:02,360 You like it there? 783 00:48:02,364 --> 00:48:04,352 Thank you. 784 00:48:07,388 --> 00:48:10,396 I don't think she understood a word I said. 785 00:48:11,304 --> 00:48:12,396 They cost less if they don't speak English. 786 00:48:13,300 --> 00:48:14,388 Come on. 787 00:48:22,328 --> 00:48:24,320 ADVERT VOICEOVER: 'Carla...' 788 00:48:28,308 --> 00:48:31,340 'So existe uma Carla.' 789 00:48:44,340 --> 00:48:47,352 'E ela sabe o que ela quer.' 790 00:48:52,388 --> 00:48:54,380 'Sem duvida e suave.' 791 00:48:57,332 --> 00:48:59,364 'Sem duvida e Carla.' 792 00:49:00,308 --> 00:49:02,316 Can they advertise like that? 793 00:49:02,356 --> 00:49:04,348 This is Brazil. 794 00:49:05,352 --> 00:49:07,384 Do you want me to translate, sir? 795 00:49:07,388 --> 00:49:10,328 No, I think I get the message, Troy. 796 00:49:11,300 --> 00:49:13,360 Carla the girl. Carla the cigarette. 797 00:49:14,340 --> 00:49:17,300 Kill one and you probably kill both. 798 00:49:17,304 --> 00:49:18,380 Maybe that's why she was strangled. 799 00:49:18,384 --> 00:49:19,380 To destroy the business? 800 00:49:19,384 --> 00:49:21,388 Yeah. That's right. 801 00:49:21,396 --> 00:49:24,380 What about the other girls? Nine years ago. 802 00:49:24,384 --> 00:49:27,348 There are two important differences. 803 00:49:27,376 --> 00:49:31,316 The first three girls were attacked in the wood. 804 00:49:31,320 --> 00:49:33,388 Raped and strangled. 805 00:49:34,316 --> 00:49:37,312 Carla wasn't sexually assaulted at all. 806 00:49:37,320 --> 00:49:41,344 Looking at the body, I'd say she wasn't attacked in the wood. 807 00:49:41,352 --> 00:49:46,340 It's more likely she was strangled somewhere else and carried there. 808 00:49:46,344 --> 00:49:47,388 So it looked like the other deaths? 809 00:49:47,392 --> 00:49:49,356 Exactly. 810 00:49:49,360 --> 00:49:50,324 DOOR OPENS 811 00:49:50,328 --> 00:49:52,320 Barnaby. 812 00:49:52,324 --> 00:49:52,388 Mr Meakham. 813 00:49:52,392 --> 00:49:54,396 So, have you got anything? 814 00:49:55,304 --> 00:49:57,372 You haven't, have you? He's invisible. 815 00:49:57,376 --> 00:49:58,348 How did you get in here? 816 00:49:58,356 --> 00:50:02,340 You think they'd stop me? I spent 20 years in this place. 817 00:50:02,344 --> 00:50:04,332 This was my office. Here. 818 00:50:04,364 --> 00:50:06,356 Listen to me, Barnaby. 819 00:50:07,300 --> 00:50:09,372 I went through my notes. They're here. 820 00:50:09,380 --> 00:50:12,348 Listen, I understand you want to help - 821 00:50:12,356 --> 00:50:15,376 Don't patronise me. You haven't lived with it. 822 00:50:15,380 --> 00:50:17,384 It is my case now. 823 00:50:17,392 --> 00:50:21,312 My responsibility. You just go home. Leave it. 824 00:50:21,316 --> 00:50:23,312 No, listen to me, please - 825 00:50:23,316 --> 00:50:23,396 Troy. 826 00:50:24,300 --> 00:50:24,396 I'll show you out, sir. 827 00:50:25,300 --> 00:50:27,304 Listen. 828 00:50:27,312 --> 00:50:30,304 Eva Hoffman. The 13th day of the month. 829 00:50:31,304 --> 00:50:34,316 Friday 13th, Joan Chaplin. 830 00:50:34,324 --> 00:50:36,392 A full moon. The classic serial killing. 831 00:50:38,308 --> 00:50:40,308 Judith Albiston. 832 00:50:40,312 --> 00:50:42,396 Just eight days after Joan. 833 00:50:43,300 --> 00:50:44,388 What are you talking about? 834 00:50:45,332 --> 00:50:48,380 Today is the 13th. 835 00:50:48,388 --> 00:50:52,316 It's eight days since the last death. 836 00:50:52,324 --> 00:50:55,392 And there's a full moon tonight. Don't you see? 837 00:50:55,396 --> 00:50:57,384 No. 838 00:50:58,336 --> 00:51:01,360 The killer will. There'll be another victim. 839 00:51:01,364 --> 00:51:03,328 Come on, sir. 840 00:51:03,336 --> 00:51:06,312 I tell you, he's going to kill again. 841 00:51:11,300 --> 00:51:12,356 So, what have we got? 842 00:51:12,364 --> 00:51:16,368 We're going to run with the man who's been seeing his secretary, 843 00:51:16,376 --> 00:51:19,352 the mother and her gay son, the nervous bride, 844 00:51:19,360 --> 00:51:23,364 and the letter of the week - the man with the non-existent sperm count. 845 00:51:23,372 --> 00:51:26,396 Letter of the week in more ways than one. 846 00:51:28,340 --> 00:51:29,396 Kate? 847 00:51:30,300 --> 00:51:32,348 Sorry, Lisa, I was miles away. 848 00:51:32,352 --> 00:51:34,344 It's your deadline tomorrow. 849 00:51:34,348 --> 00:51:36,352 (Sighs) 850 00:51:36,360 --> 00:51:41,320 God, all these sex problems - and I suffer from the worst one of all. 851 00:51:41,328 --> 00:51:43,332 Can't get any. Hmm. 852 00:51:44,364 --> 00:51:47,368 Do you ever regret it, Liz - the divorce? 853 00:51:47,376 --> 00:51:50,328 Not as much as I regret the marriage. 854 00:51:50,332 --> 00:51:52,392 I miss about eight inches of Larry, 855 00:51:53,300 --> 00:51:55,348 and I'm not referring to the diameter of his brain. 856 00:52:00,336 --> 00:52:03,332 Are you alright, Kate? Yeah. 857 00:52:03,336 --> 00:52:05,356 I mean, you and John? 858 00:52:07,328 --> 00:52:09,388 I don't want to talk about him. (Sighs). 859 00:52:09,396 --> 00:52:12,344 Call me if you need me. Yeah. 860 00:52:20,336 --> 00:52:23,332 It's alright, Anna. I can see myself out. 861 00:52:23,336 --> 00:52:25,304 Thank you. 862 00:52:28,324 --> 00:52:31,320 (REMEMBERS) 'David, what did you mean?' 863 00:52:31,328 --> 00:52:33,388 'He went out for a bit. I heard his car.' 864 00:52:33,392 --> 00:52:35,388 'When?' 865 00:52:35,392 --> 00:52:37,388 'I don't know. It was dark.' 866 00:52:37,392 --> 00:52:39,396 'And he left you on your own?' 867 00:52:40,300 --> 00:52:42,396 'No. Anna was back, I think.' 868 00:52:43,364 --> 00:52:46,336 'I don't know. Maybe I just dreamed it.' 869 00:53:37,304 --> 00:53:38,344 BELL RINGS 870 00:53:41,304 --> 00:53:44,344 Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby, wasn't it? 871 00:53:44,348 --> 00:53:45,396 Yes, sir. 872 00:53:46,300 --> 00:53:47,396 Yes. I never forget a name. 873 00:53:48,300 --> 00:53:50,304 It's my business, of course. 874 00:53:50,308 --> 00:53:52,384 You're pursuing your investigations? 875 00:53:52,388 --> 00:53:54,352 Oh, yes. 876 00:53:54,356 --> 00:53:56,360 Yes, of course. 877 00:53:56,368 --> 00:53:59,344 Can I help? If there's anything I can do... 878 00:53:59,348 --> 00:54:01,336 I appreciate that, sir. 879 00:54:02,300 --> 00:54:04,368 It's my belief that Carla Constanza 880 00:54:04,376 --> 00:54:09,312 was picked up by a car from this hotel on the evening of her death. 881 00:54:09,396 --> 00:54:11,396 You think so? 882 00:54:12,300 --> 00:54:13,396 It's possible. 883 00:54:14,300 --> 00:54:16,328 I've got some photos to show you. 884 00:54:16,332 --> 00:54:17,320 Certainly. 885 00:54:17,328 --> 00:54:19,380 One of them might just jog your memory. 886 00:54:20,356 --> 00:54:23,344 Where's your assistant? The young man. 887 00:54:23,352 --> 00:54:27,360 Oh, it's his birthday. I said he could have a drink in the bar. 888 00:54:40,328 --> 00:54:42,352 I'll be back in a jiffy, Mrs Pike. 889 00:54:56,312 --> 00:54:58,328 No, I don't know him. Who is he? 890 00:54:58,332 --> 00:54:59,328 He owns a tobacco company. 891 00:54:59,332 --> 00:55:01,328 Monarch? 892 00:55:01,332 --> 00:55:02,304 Yeah. 893 00:55:02,312 --> 00:55:05,376 Some of their people come to lunch. Disgusting habit. 894 00:55:05,380 --> 00:55:08,340 Smoking, I mean. 895 00:55:09,324 --> 00:55:11,316 But I've never seen him. 896 00:55:13,320 --> 00:55:15,312 What about this one? 897 00:55:16,332 --> 00:55:18,332 Oh, yes. 898 00:55:18,336 --> 00:55:20,324 Ohhhh, yes. 899 00:55:21,328 --> 00:55:23,360 He was here on Wednesday night? 900 00:55:23,368 --> 00:55:27,304 I didn't see anyone then. But he used to come often. 901 00:55:27,308 --> 00:55:28,396 Mr Jones. 902 00:55:29,324 --> 00:55:31,376 Jones? That's what he called himself? 903 00:55:31,396 --> 00:55:34,340 Yes. I knew it wasn't his real name. 904 00:55:34,348 --> 00:55:37,308 We do have people who use this hotel... 905 00:55:37,312 --> 00:55:39,300 How shall I put it? 906 00:55:41,300 --> 00:55:42,392 On a nightly basis. 907 00:55:44,388 --> 00:55:46,380 With a lady. 908 00:55:47,312 --> 00:55:49,312 He brought a woman here? 909 00:55:49,316 --> 00:55:50,312 Exactly. 910 00:55:50,316 --> 00:55:51,332 Mrs Jones? 911 00:55:51,336 --> 00:55:53,324 That's what he called her. 912 00:55:54,364 --> 00:55:56,364 What was she like? 913 00:55:56,368 --> 00:55:58,364 Aged about 40. 914 00:55:58,368 --> 00:56:00,356 Smart dresser. 915 00:56:01,324 --> 00:56:03,316 Fair hair. 916 00:56:03,360 --> 00:56:06,320 She always drank dandelion tea. 917 00:56:09,324 --> 00:56:12,332 Are you sure they only used the name 'Jones'? 918 00:56:12,392 --> 00:56:15,352 They never used the name 'Draycott'? 919 00:56:15,356 --> 00:56:17,344 No. 920 00:56:18,336 --> 00:56:19,340 When were they last here? 921 00:56:19,348 --> 00:56:22,312 At the start of the year. They came often. 922 00:56:23,336 --> 00:56:25,388 Makes you sick, really, doesn't it? 923 00:56:26,360 --> 00:56:28,352 The thought of it. 924 00:56:28,372 --> 00:56:30,356 Casual sex. 925 00:56:33,300 --> 00:56:36,324 They haven't been recently. Not on Wednesday. 926 00:56:39,300 --> 00:56:40,352 I'm Detective Sergeant Troy. 927 00:56:40,356 --> 00:56:42,352 You came the other day. 928 00:56:42,356 --> 00:56:43,396 Yes. 929 00:56:44,300 --> 00:56:46,300 You came about the £20 notes. 930 00:56:46,304 --> 00:56:47,324 I'm sorry? 931 00:56:47,328 --> 00:56:49,316 The forgeries. 932 00:56:49,368 --> 00:56:53,316 I'm afraid it's something more serious than that. 933 00:56:53,320 --> 00:56:55,308 What? 934 00:56:55,372 --> 00:56:56,396 Tell me. 935 00:56:57,300 --> 00:56:59,304 We're investigating a death. 936 00:57:00,300 --> 00:57:02,308 Where? 937 00:57:02,316 --> 00:57:06,308 A woman was found in Stra... in Raven's Wood about a week ago. 938 00:57:06,332 --> 00:57:08,352 She was staying in this hotel. 939 00:57:08,360 --> 00:57:09,384 She'd been... Strangled! 940 00:57:10,340 --> 00:57:11,344 Yes. 941 00:57:11,348 --> 00:57:13,352 With a tie. Yes. 942 00:57:13,360 --> 00:57:17,360 You knew a girl who was killed nine years ago. Joan Chaplin? 943 00:57:18,324 --> 00:57:19,360 Are you all right? 944 00:57:19,364 --> 00:57:21,352 Get out. 945 00:57:21,356 --> 00:57:22,332 Get out of here. 946 00:57:22,336 --> 00:57:24,328 It's a police investigation. 947 00:57:26,312 --> 00:57:29,328 Maybe we can talk when you're feeling better. 948 00:57:38,352 --> 00:57:40,308 Many happy returns of the day, Sergeant. 949 00:57:40,312 --> 00:57:42,300 What? 950 00:57:46,376 --> 00:57:47,356 Any luck? 951 00:57:47,360 --> 00:57:49,356 They're all mad in there. 952 00:57:49,360 --> 00:57:50,352 Did you find Mrs Pike? 953 00:57:50,356 --> 00:57:52,384 Yes. She got a bit... excitable. 954 00:57:52,388 --> 00:57:54,376 Not too excitable, I hope. 955 00:58:11,304 --> 00:58:13,300 Vengeance. 956 00:58:13,304 --> 00:58:14,392 Vengeance is mine! 957 00:58:32,368 --> 00:58:34,368 Bill... 958 00:58:34,372 --> 00:58:36,376 ..I don't know what to do. 959 00:58:36,384 --> 00:58:40,376 That makes two of us, darling. Jesus Christ, it's a mess. 960 00:58:40,384 --> 00:58:45,328 Now I've got the press at the door, and you know what they're like. 961 00:58:45,332 --> 00:58:47,320 John was... 962 00:58:47,340 --> 00:58:49,356 ..involved with Carla, wasn't he? 963 00:58:49,376 --> 00:58:51,316 What? 964 00:58:51,320 --> 00:58:53,356 When you were over in Rio. They... 965 00:58:53,360 --> 00:58:55,308 No. 966 00:58:55,348 --> 00:58:58,336 If I found out about it, I'd divorce him. 967 00:58:58,344 --> 00:59:00,396 He'd lose his job, the house, David... 968 00:59:01,328 --> 00:59:03,376 What do you mean? Do you want a drink? 969 00:59:03,380 --> 00:59:04,384 No. 970 00:59:04,388 --> 00:59:07,308 Well, I do. G&T, Brian. 971 00:59:07,312 --> 00:59:08,316 And steady on the tonic. 972 00:59:08,320 --> 00:59:10,308 Certainly, Mr Mitchell. 973 00:59:11,300 --> 00:59:12,392 Are you sure? 974 00:59:13,368 --> 00:59:16,360 The police found John's watch in the wood. 975 00:59:16,380 --> 00:59:18,372 Next to the body. 976 00:59:18,376 --> 00:59:20,364 That's not possible. 977 00:59:20,396 --> 00:59:23,328 And then there was clay on his car. 978 00:59:23,356 --> 00:59:26,316 They said it was the same as in the wood. 979 00:59:26,344 --> 00:59:28,344 It's not just that. 980 00:59:28,348 --> 00:59:30,336 There's much... much more. 981 00:59:31,344 --> 00:59:34,320 You don't think he killed her?! 982 00:59:34,328 --> 00:59:37,300 I'm sorry, Kate, but that's ridiculous. 983 00:59:37,304 --> 00:59:39,300 I mean, John is many things. 984 00:59:39,304 --> 00:59:41,340 Difficult, moody, secretive... 985 00:59:41,344 --> 00:59:43,332 But a killer? 986 00:59:44,364 --> 00:59:47,308 I think you'd better line these up. 987 00:59:47,356 --> 00:59:50,364 Do you have a telephone? I need to make a call. 988 01:00:00,332 --> 01:00:02,324 PHONE RINGS 989 01:00:04,300 --> 01:00:05,392 Hello, Barnaby. 990 01:00:07,316 --> 01:00:11,320 I'm afraid it's not possible. But we could meet tomorrow. 991 01:00:12,352 --> 01:00:14,344 But of course I do. 992 01:00:17,388 --> 01:00:19,380 No. No, wait... 993 01:00:23,308 --> 01:00:25,308 Who was it? 994 01:00:25,312 --> 01:00:27,316 That was Kate Merrill. 995 01:00:27,324 --> 01:00:30,344 She says she knows who killed Carla Constanza. 996 01:00:30,348 --> 01:00:32,336 She says she has proof. 997 01:00:33,344 --> 01:00:35,344 6:45. 998 01:00:35,348 --> 01:00:37,396 I am aware of the time, Troy. 999 01:00:39,300 --> 01:00:42,384 I'm supposed to be at Causton Playhouse in 15 minutes. 1000 01:00:42,388 --> 01:00:44,376 God! 1001 01:00:50,364 --> 01:00:52,356 PHONE RINGS 1002 01:00:56,332 --> 01:01:00,336 It's the bloody answerphone. She must have left already. 1003 01:01:02,340 --> 01:01:06,308 Would it help if I stayed? I could talk to Mrs Merrill. 1004 01:01:06,328 --> 01:01:08,352 That's very kind of you, Troy. 1005 01:01:08,360 --> 01:01:10,388 But I think it's me she wants to see. 1006 01:01:14,300 --> 01:01:17,324 You could do me a favour, though... 1007 01:01:23,360 --> 01:01:25,360 Gavin? 1008 01:01:25,364 --> 01:01:26,368 I don't believe it. 1009 01:01:26,376 --> 01:01:29,344 It wasn't his fault. Something came up. 1010 01:01:29,348 --> 01:01:30,324 He asked me to give you these. 1011 01:01:30,328 --> 01:01:33,300 Sometimes, he is totally impossible. 1012 01:01:33,304 --> 01:01:34,300 Most of the time. Yeah. 1013 01:01:34,304 --> 01:01:36,308 Are you free this evening? 1014 01:01:36,316 --> 01:01:38,320 I did Pinter for GCSE. I didn't understand it. 1015 01:01:38,324 --> 01:01:40,336 I'll explain in the interval. 1016 01:01:40,340 --> 01:01:41,336 Drinks on me. 1017 01:01:41,340 --> 01:01:43,328 Whatever you say. Yeah. 1018 01:02:01,388 --> 01:02:03,388 I'm going out. 1019 01:02:03,392 --> 01:02:04,372 Tonight? 1020 01:02:04,376 --> 01:02:06,372 Yes, tonight. Now. 1021 01:02:06,376 --> 01:02:08,300 George... 1022 01:02:08,304 --> 01:02:10,300 Don't start, Emily. 1023 01:02:10,304 --> 01:02:12,316 I don't know when I'll be back. 1024 01:02:12,320 --> 01:02:14,308 Don't wait up for me. 1025 01:03:02,360 --> 01:03:04,352 MEOWING 1026 01:03:13,336 --> 01:03:14,392 DISTANT SCREECHING 1027 01:03:24,388 --> 01:03:27,368 'Where did you find this, Mrs Merrill?' 1028 01:03:27,372 --> 01:03:29,368 At the back of his wardrobe. 1029 01:03:29,372 --> 01:03:31,368 All crumpled up. 1030 01:03:31,372 --> 01:03:34,308 How did you know it would be there? 1031 01:03:34,312 --> 01:03:36,316 I didn't. 1032 01:03:36,324 --> 01:03:40,308 I was just looking. I didn't know what I was going to find. 1033 01:03:43,380 --> 01:03:44,380 It's her lipstick, isn't it? 1034 01:03:44,384 --> 01:03:46,372 We can't be sure. 1035 01:03:46,376 --> 01:03:48,372 It is. 1036 01:03:48,376 --> 01:03:50,372 Where's your husband now? 1037 01:03:50,376 --> 01:03:53,340 Working late. David's at a friend's. 1038 01:03:53,344 --> 01:03:55,348 That's why I had to see you now. 1039 01:04:05,316 --> 01:04:07,308 The watch... The car... 1040 01:04:07,396 --> 01:04:09,388 Now this. 1041 01:04:11,304 --> 01:04:13,304 He had a motive. 1042 01:04:13,308 --> 01:04:15,348 If David was right and he was out... 1043 01:04:15,368 --> 01:04:17,368 I don't understand. 1044 01:04:17,376 --> 01:04:20,320 What do you want? For me to arrest him? 1045 01:04:20,344 --> 01:04:22,344 No. 1046 01:04:22,348 --> 01:04:24,344 I don't know. 1047 01:04:24,348 --> 01:04:26,336 I want to know the truth. 1048 01:04:33,392 --> 01:04:35,384 CAR ALARM BLEEPS 1049 01:04:38,324 --> 01:04:40,316 In a hurry, John? 1050 01:04:41,372 --> 01:04:43,380 Bill... 1051 01:04:43,388 --> 01:04:46,316 I wish you'd tell me what's going on. 1052 01:04:47,328 --> 01:04:50,380 I'm... seeing the advertising people tomorrow. 1053 01:04:50,388 --> 01:04:54,320 I don't mean just business. I mean you and Kate. 1054 01:04:55,376 --> 01:04:57,384 Bill... 1055 01:04:57,392 --> 01:05:00,344 ..this isn't the place. I can't talk now. 1056 01:05:00,364 --> 01:05:01,396 Where are you going? 1057 01:05:02,300 --> 01:05:02,376 Home. 1058 01:05:02,380 --> 01:05:04,372 I suggest we talk damn soon. 1059 01:05:04,376 --> 01:05:06,388 About Kate. And about Carla. 1060 01:05:06,396 --> 01:05:10,380 To be honest, John, you're becoming a bloody liability. 1061 01:05:14,332 --> 01:05:17,372 Do you know why I haven't arrested your husband? 1062 01:05:17,376 --> 01:05:18,384 No. 1063 01:05:18,392 --> 01:05:22,324 All the evidence against him is circumstantial. 1064 01:05:22,352 --> 01:05:25,380 And this... It just seems too deliberate. 1065 01:05:26,344 --> 01:05:30,340 Maybe he wanted it to be found. Maybe he wanted me to know. 1066 01:05:30,396 --> 01:05:33,304 No. It's just like the watch. 1067 01:05:33,308 --> 01:05:34,396 It feels planted. 1068 01:05:36,332 --> 01:05:40,380 But who by? He only takes the watch off at home and nobody's been. 1069 01:05:40,384 --> 01:05:42,372 Just me, Liz... 1070 01:05:42,376 --> 01:05:44,364 And Anna... 1071 01:05:54,384 --> 01:05:57,384 'There's something else you should know.' 1072 01:06:03,364 --> 01:06:05,356 He enjoys... 1073 01:06:06,376 --> 01:06:08,376 ..strangling me. 1074 01:06:08,380 --> 01:06:10,368 In bed. 1075 01:06:11,328 --> 01:06:13,320 He liked to... 1076 01:06:15,328 --> 01:06:19,308 ..to put a rope around my neck while we made love... 1077 01:06:20,396 --> 01:06:25,300 ..when we first moved here, at the time of the first killings. 1078 01:06:26,372 --> 01:06:28,372 And recently... 1079 01:06:28,376 --> 01:06:30,364 ..he tried to do it again. 1080 01:06:39,312 --> 01:06:41,304 'I know it's him.' 1081 01:06:42,372 --> 01:06:44,364 I'm certain of it. 1082 01:06:47,324 --> 01:06:49,316 And I'm afraid of him. 1083 01:06:51,324 --> 01:06:53,316 CAR ENGINE STARTS 1084 01:07:08,336 --> 01:07:10,332 (Screams) 1085 01:07:31,336 --> 01:07:34,316 No... 1086 01:07:39,316 --> 01:07:41,324 This was an interesting one. 1087 01:07:41,328 --> 01:07:43,348 I've not had one of these before. 1088 01:07:43,352 --> 01:07:45,348 A Portuguese? 1089 01:07:45,352 --> 01:07:47,340 The cause of death. 1090 01:07:49,356 --> 01:07:51,356 It wasn't the car? 1091 01:07:51,360 --> 01:07:53,392 No. That broke a few bones. 1092 01:07:54,300 --> 01:07:56,344 But what killed her was an injection. 1093 01:07:58,312 --> 01:08:00,304 Here, in the neck. 1094 01:08:01,336 --> 01:08:03,344 An injection of what? 1095 01:08:03,352 --> 01:08:08,308 Liquid nicotine. Someone pumped her with enough to kill a dozen... 1096 01:08:08,312 --> 01:08:09,392 ..Portuguese. 1097 01:08:12,368 --> 01:08:13,368 Nicotine? 1098 01:08:13,372 --> 01:08:16,316 The same as you get in cigarettes. 1099 01:08:16,324 --> 01:08:20,392 You extract the nicotine from half a pack and there's enough to kill. 1100 01:08:21,376 --> 01:08:25,300 (Impersonates Michael Caine) Not a lot of people know that. 1101 01:08:25,364 --> 01:08:27,356 Probably just as well... 1102 01:08:28,376 --> 01:08:30,368 Monarch Tobacco. 1103 01:08:31,384 --> 01:08:33,376 Yes... 1104 01:08:38,356 --> 01:08:42,332 I still haven't had your report on Carla Constanza. 1105 01:08:42,340 --> 01:08:45,316 She was strangled. In Strangler's Wood. 1106 01:08:45,320 --> 01:08:47,316 With a tie. 1107 01:08:47,320 --> 01:08:49,324 What else do you want to know? 1108 01:08:49,328 --> 01:08:51,316 Everything. 1109 01:09:02,396 --> 01:09:06,316 First Carla, then this. 1110 01:09:06,320 --> 01:09:08,328 It's abso-bloody unbelievable. 1111 01:09:08,332 --> 01:09:10,376 Did you know Anna Santarosa? 1112 01:09:10,384 --> 01:09:14,384 No. Well, I'd met her once or twice when I was in the house. 1113 01:09:14,392 --> 01:09:18,332 When was the last time you were at the Merrills'? 1114 01:09:18,336 --> 01:09:20,340 About a month ago? 1115 01:09:20,348 --> 01:09:23,352 She was an au pair who spoke little English. 1116 01:09:23,360 --> 01:09:26,328 Hardly registered on the Richter Scale. 1117 01:09:26,356 --> 01:09:29,364 An injection of liquid nicotine killed her. 1118 01:09:29,368 --> 01:09:32,324 What? But I thought... 1119 01:09:32,328 --> 01:09:33,396 Do you keep liquid nicotine here? 1120 01:09:35,356 --> 01:09:38,372 Yes. We have an extensive research facility. 1121 01:09:38,392 --> 01:09:40,360 And who has access? 1122 01:09:40,364 --> 01:09:42,368 Me. 1123 01:09:42,376 --> 01:09:46,336 Various departmental heads. Security. Not John. 1124 01:09:46,340 --> 01:09:47,340 He doesn't have a key? 1125 01:09:47,348 --> 01:09:50,316 Not to my knowledge. But it's not a key. 1126 01:09:50,324 --> 01:09:52,376 All the doors are on electronic codes. 1127 01:09:53,304 --> 01:09:56,308 Did you happen to see John Merrill last night? 1128 01:09:56,384 --> 01:10:00,300 As a matter of fact, I met him in the car park. 1129 01:10:00,308 --> 01:10:02,376 Actually, he seemed in rather a hurry... 1130 01:10:04,332 --> 01:10:06,340 No, no, no.... wait a minute. 1131 01:10:06,344 --> 01:10:08,332 He was just on his way home. 1132 01:10:10,324 --> 01:10:12,316 Do you know where he is now? 1133 01:10:14,360 --> 01:10:17,356 We believe the death of Carla Constanza 1134 01:10:17,364 --> 01:10:20,396 does not damage the image of Carla the cigarette. 1135 01:10:21,316 --> 01:10:23,372 In fact, if positioned correctly, 1136 01:10:23,380 --> 01:10:27,348 it will actually strengthen the brand! 1137 01:10:30,376 --> 01:10:32,368 John... 1138 01:10:32,372 --> 01:10:34,336 Can I have a word? 1139 01:10:43,384 --> 01:10:46,392 I found what you had to say very interesting, 1140 01:10:47,344 --> 01:10:50,324 but I'm afraid it's going to have to wait. 1141 01:10:57,312 --> 01:10:59,336 'I was a research chemist once.' 1142 01:10:59,364 --> 01:11:04,332 Working in hyperactivity in children... the tyrosine metabolism. 1143 01:11:06,360 --> 01:11:08,352 Maybe I'd have found a cure. 1144 01:11:09,344 --> 01:11:12,336 But then my grant was pulled, 1145 01:11:12,384 --> 01:11:15,364 and Kate got me a job with her Uncle Bill. 1146 01:11:15,368 --> 01:11:17,356 Monarch Tobacco. 1147 01:11:18,308 --> 01:11:19,328 Bill Mitchell? 1148 01:11:19,332 --> 01:11:21,368 He's her uncle. Didn't you know? 1149 01:11:21,376 --> 01:11:25,352 I have an agony aunt for a wife and uncle for an employer. 1150 01:11:25,372 --> 01:11:27,356 I'm well looked after. 1151 01:11:27,376 --> 01:11:29,360 Is he married? 1152 01:11:29,384 --> 01:11:31,392 Bill? No. He's divorced. 1153 01:11:32,300 --> 01:11:35,348 Something I suppose I should be looking forward to. 1154 01:11:37,340 --> 01:11:39,372 Do you think I killed her? Carla? 1155 01:11:39,376 --> 01:11:41,352 And Anna? 1156 01:11:43,384 --> 01:11:47,308 Kate does. She's moved David out of the house. 1157 01:11:47,312 --> 01:11:49,316 She's avoiding me. 1158 01:11:49,324 --> 01:11:53,300 Where were you last night, sir? Between seven and nine. 1159 01:11:53,320 --> 01:11:55,320 At work. 1160 01:11:55,324 --> 01:11:57,320 And then at home, on my own. 1161 01:11:57,324 --> 01:11:59,336 I understand Kate was with you. 1162 01:12:00,396 --> 01:12:03,396 How about the night of Wednesday the fifth? 1163 01:12:04,316 --> 01:12:06,308 I never left the house. 1164 01:12:15,332 --> 01:12:17,332 Talk to Liz. 1165 01:12:17,336 --> 01:12:19,324 Elizabeth Frances. 1166 01:12:20,316 --> 01:12:23,316 She rang me. It must have been ten o'clock. 1167 01:12:23,320 --> 01:12:25,360 We talked for ten, twenty minutes. 1168 01:12:26,384 --> 01:12:31,304 How would you describe your relationship with Mrs Frances? 1169 01:12:33,300 --> 01:12:34,392 We're friends. 1170 01:12:39,304 --> 01:12:41,360 God, you have been busy, haven't you? 1171 01:12:45,300 --> 01:12:47,300 We were lovers. 1172 01:12:47,304 --> 01:12:49,348 Past tense. It's over. 1173 01:12:49,356 --> 01:12:52,300 You used to meet at The Fox And Goose. 1174 01:12:52,304 --> 01:12:52,368 Yes. 1175 01:12:52,372 --> 01:12:54,376 Why not her house? 1176 01:12:54,384 --> 01:12:58,316 Well, you obviously haven't met her neighbours. 1177 01:12:58,392 --> 01:13:02,300 If she tips the paper boy, they know how much. 1178 01:13:02,328 --> 01:13:06,316 I wouldn't think a hotel like The Fox And Goose was safer. 1179 01:13:06,320 --> 01:13:08,324 There wasn't anywhere else. 1180 01:13:08,328 --> 01:13:10,316 Anyway, Liz enjoyed the... 1181 01:13:11,340 --> 01:13:13,340 The sense of adventure. 1182 01:13:13,344 --> 01:13:15,340 Sneaking in. 1183 01:13:15,344 --> 01:13:17,340 Using false names. 1184 01:13:17,344 --> 01:13:18,336 Jones?! 1185 01:13:18,340 --> 01:13:20,336 Yes! 1186 01:13:20,340 --> 01:13:22,368 You didn't use any other names? 1187 01:13:22,376 --> 01:13:25,364 You never booked in in the name of Draycott? 1188 01:13:27,312 --> 01:13:29,320 No. 1189 01:13:29,328 --> 01:13:31,388 That name doesn't mean anything to you? 1190 01:13:32,312 --> 01:13:34,312 No. Why should it? 1191 01:13:34,320 --> 01:13:38,392 Carla had a meeting on the fifth. The name Draycott was in her diary. 1192 01:13:38,396 --> 01:13:41,308 Well, I never used that name. 1193 01:13:41,316 --> 01:13:44,376 I said, I was home on the fifth. I never left the house. 1194 01:13:44,380 --> 01:13:46,300 Your son says differently. 1195 01:13:46,308 --> 01:13:48,360 Yeah, well, maybe he had a bad dream. 1196 01:13:48,368 --> 01:13:50,396 Look, I've had as much as I can take. 1197 01:13:51,324 --> 01:13:54,380 Mr Merrill, your watch was at the scene of the crime, 1198 01:13:54,388 --> 01:13:57,324 and it seems your car was there, too. 1199 01:13:57,328 --> 01:13:59,392 Your shirt is smeared with lipstick, 1200 01:14:00,300 --> 01:14:03,332 which we have identified as Carla Constanza's. 1201 01:14:03,340 --> 01:14:06,376 You knew both the victims, and you have no witness 1202 01:14:06,384 --> 01:14:10,368 who can tell us where you were at the time of either death. 1203 01:14:11,360 --> 01:14:13,352 Yes. 1204 01:14:15,384 --> 01:14:17,376 Fine. 1205 01:14:18,332 --> 01:14:22,308 Why don't you arrest me for murder and get it over with? 1206 01:14:25,336 --> 01:14:26,336 They let him go. 1207 01:14:26,340 --> 01:14:28,336 Where is he now? 1208 01:14:28,340 --> 01:14:30,336 I don't know. 1209 01:14:30,340 --> 01:14:32,328 I don't want to know. 1210 01:14:34,312 --> 01:14:37,300 I only stayed with him because of David. 1211 01:14:37,308 --> 01:14:39,376 And David's more... troubled than ever. 1212 01:14:40,384 --> 01:14:44,332 You don't mind him staying this weekend, do you? 1213 01:14:44,340 --> 01:14:48,372 I'll enjoy his company. He's asked me to take him out on the boat. 1214 01:14:48,376 --> 01:14:50,300 Mum! 1215 01:14:50,304 --> 01:14:51,392 Coming! 1216 01:14:52,376 --> 01:14:55,368 You don't really think it was John, do you? 1217 01:14:55,388 --> 01:14:57,380 I don't want to talk about it. 1218 01:15:00,352 --> 01:15:01,352 Is it all ready to go, then? 1219 01:15:01,356 --> 01:15:03,324 Yep. 1220 01:15:04,368 --> 01:15:06,360 MOTOR WHIRRS 1221 01:15:17,372 --> 01:15:20,344 Yes. I telephoned John last Wednesday. 1222 01:15:21,348 --> 01:15:24,312 We spoke for about a quarter of an hour. 1223 01:15:26,316 --> 01:15:27,384 Tea for you, Sergeant? It's ginseng. 1224 01:15:27,388 --> 01:15:28,384 Thank you. 1225 01:15:28,388 --> 01:15:31,360 It'll revitalise your energy points. 1226 01:15:31,364 --> 01:15:33,360 You have to look after them. 1227 01:15:33,364 --> 01:15:34,360 Mrs Frances... 1228 01:15:34,364 --> 01:15:36,360 Liz, please. 1229 01:15:36,364 --> 01:15:38,352 Liz. 1230 01:15:38,380 --> 01:15:41,384 You were having an affair with John Merrill. 1231 01:15:41,388 --> 01:15:43,384 Well, I wouldn't say that. 1232 01:15:43,388 --> 01:15:45,384 We were having sex. 1233 01:15:45,388 --> 01:15:47,364 Good old rumpy pumpy. 1234 01:15:48,384 --> 01:15:51,316 Ah, this is a delicate question. 1235 01:15:51,320 --> 01:15:53,316 Did he introduce a ligature, 1236 01:15:53,336 --> 01:15:56,380 a rope into your...liaisons? 1237 01:15:57,316 --> 01:15:59,340 You've been speaking to Kate. 1238 01:15:59,348 --> 01:16:02,376 I've never known an agony aunt so full of angst. 1239 01:16:02,384 --> 01:16:05,336 Yes. He liked to put it round my neck. 1240 01:16:05,344 --> 01:16:09,328 It was a fetish, but I didn't like it, so I told him to stop. 1241 01:16:09,372 --> 01:16:12,304 Was that why it ended? The affair? 1242 01:16:13,368 --> 01:16:15,360 No. That was my fault. 1243 01:16:16,300 --> 01:16:19,332 I got drunk one night and made the fatal mistake. 1244 01:16:20,316 --> 01:16:23,380 I wrote to him. The sort of letter you regret posting. 1245 01:16:23,384 --> 01:16:25,372 What did you say? 1246 01:16:26,308 --> 01:16:28,316 Oh, the usual sort of thing. 1247 01:16:28,324 --> 01:16:31,352 He didn't love his wife. We were great together. 1248 01:16:31,356 --> 01:16:33,376 He wanted out, I wanted in, so... 1249 01:16:33,380 --> 01:16:35,376 When was this? 1250 01:16:35,380 --> 01:16:37,328 About a month ago. 1251 01:16:37,332 --> 01:16:39,320 And how did he react? 1252 01:16:41,324 --> 01:16:43,324 He denied ever receiving it. 1253 01:16:43,376 --> 01:16:46,300 He said it was lost in the post. 1254 01:16:46,308 --> 01:16:48,344 The truth is, he didn't want to know. 1255 01:16:50,324 --> 01:16:52,396 Why did you telephone him on Wednesday? 1256 01:16:54,336 --> 01:16:56,344 I was missing him. 1257 01:16:56,352 --> 01:16:59,380 I knew I'd blown it, but I thought we could talk. 1258 01:16:59,388 --> 01:17:03,308 I telephoned a couple of times, left messages. 1259 01:17:03,312 --> 01:17:05,300 I finally got him about ten. 1260 01:17:05,336 --> 01:17:07,352 So, you see, he was in the house. 1261 01:17:09,388 --> 01:17:13,324 He could have gone out. Between ten and twelve. 1262 01:17:13,332 --> 01:17:16,300 Plenty of time to kill Carla Constanza. 1263 01:17:16,308 --> 01:17:19,372 You realise she told us why Anna Santarosa was killed. 1264 01:17:21,324 --> 01:17:22,396 Did she? 1265 01:17:23,304 --> 01:17:27,364 Elizabeth Frances left two messages on the Merrills' answerphone. 1266 01:17:27,368 --> 01:17:29,388 Do you remember what Anna said? 1267 01:17:29,392 --> 01:17:31,380 Wednesday? 1268 01:17:33,300 --> 01:17:35,300 No, there was no message. 1269 01:17:35,304 --> 01:17:37,308 No message at all. 1270 01:17:37,316 --> 01:17:41,316 'She hardly spoke English, yet was determined to be understood.' 1271 01:17:41,320 --> 01:17:42,304 Because she was lying. 1272 01:17:42,308 --> 01:17:44,312 Well, yeah. 1273 01:17:44,320 --> 01:17:47,316 Carla phoned the Merrills' for 45 seconds. 1274 01:17:47,320 --> 01:17:49,336 Long enough to leave a message. 1275 01:17:49,340 --> 01:17:51,372 And the message was in Portuguese. 1276 01:17:51,376 --> 01:17:54,304 The language Anna understood. 1277 01:17:54,308 --> 01:17:55,308 And whatever Carla said... 1278 01:17:55,312 --> 01:17:57,364 Gave her ammunition for blackmail. 1279 01:17:57,368 --> 01:17:59,372 But who was she blackmailing? 1280 01:18:01,328 --> 01:18:03,360 Keep your eyes on the road, Troy. 1281 01:18:03,364 --> 01:18:05,368 Haven't we had enough death? 1282 01:19:31,320 --> 01:19:33,384 I don't deserve this. I really don't. 1283 01:19:33,388 --> 01:19:36,308 I thought we should celebrate. 1284 01:19:36,316 --> 01:19:37,376 Mum rang. She's coming back tomorrow. 1285 01:19:37,380 --> 01:19:39,376 Oh, that's marvellous. 1286 01:19:39,380 --> 01:19:40,364 Her mother's... 1287 01:19:40,372 --> 01:19:43,348 Granny decided she was better on her own. 1288 01:19:43,352 --> 01:19:44,348 She's on the two o'clock train. 1289 01:19:44,352 --> 01:19:46,348 Great. I was missing her. 1290 01:19:46,352 --> 01:19:47,380 You didn't even think about her. 1291 01:19:47,384 --> 01:19:50,312 I certainly did. Several times. 1292 01:19:50,316 --> 01:19:51,312 What's all this, then? 1293 01:19:51,316 --> 01:19:53,312 Roast lamb and potatoes. 1294 01:19:53,316 --> 01:19:55,312 Broccoli... 1295 01:19:55,316 --> 01:19:57,312 ..and fresh peas. 1296 01:19:57,316 --> 01:19:59,304 PHONE RINGS 1297 01:20:02,348 --> 01:20:05,340 It's all right. I'm not going to answer it. 1298 01:20:06,392 --> 01:20:08,308 It could be your mother. 1299 01:20:08,312 --> 01:20:10,300 Dad... 1300 01:20:15,312 --> 01:20:17,304 All right, then. Answer it. 1301 01:20:18,344 --> 01:20:20,336 I'll be right back. 1302 01:20:24,388 --> 01:20:26,380 Hello, Barnaby. 1303 01:20:37,340 --> 01:20:38,340 Who found him? 1304 01:20:38,344 --> 01:20:40,348 Gloria. The maid. 1305 01:20:40,356 --> 01:20:44,356 He left the tap running. The water came through reception. 1306 01:20:52,364 --> 01:20:55,364 It's a full-time job being around you two. 1307 01:20:55,368 --> 01:20:58,300 No wonder Dr Bullard needed a break. 1308 01:20:58,304 --> 01:20:59,384 Tell me. 1309 01:20:59,388 --> 01:21:01,384 Repeated lacerations. 1310 01:21:01,388 --> 01:21:03,384 None of them very deep. 1311 01:21:03,388 --> 01:21:06,384 Chest... Hand... 1312 01:21:06,388 --> 01:21:08,384 Face. 1313 01:21:08,388 --> 01:21:11,308 One of them got him in the throat. 1314 01:21:11,344 --> 01:21:13,360 That's the one that killed him. 1315 01:21:14,368 --> 01:21:16,360 The door wasn't locked? 1316 01:21:19,380 --> 01:21:21,372 God! 1317 01:21:24,380 --> 01:21:26,372 Towel... 1318 01:21:26,392 --> 01:21:27,352 I just don't get it. 1319 01:21:27,356 --> 01:21:28,340 What? 1320 01:21:28,344 --> 01:21:30,332 The connection. 1321 01:21:30,360 --> 01:21:32,336 Carla Constanza, Anna Santarosa and this. 1322 01:21:32,340 --> 01:21:34,344 There's a connection. 1323 01:21:34,352 --> 01:21:38,368 I can see it too clearly. All this could have been prevented. 1324 01:21:38,372 --> 01:21:40,360 What, you know who did it? 1325 01:21:40,380 --> 01:21:42,396 As a matter of fact, I think I do. 1326 01:21:43,344 --> 01:21:44,352 Well, who is it? 1327 01:21:44,356 --> 01:21:46,352 Do you really want to know? 1328 01:21:46,356 --> 01:21:48,344 I think it was you. 1329 01:21:59,304 --> 01:22:02,312 I'm afraid she's dying, Chief Inspector. 1330 01:22:02,320 --> 01:22:05,324 You'll find she's been dying for some time. 1331 01:22:05,332 --> 01:22:08,336 Medically speaking, she should have gone. 1332 01:22:08,344 --> 01:22:11,312 Only her willpower has kept her going. 1333 01:22:11,320 --> 01:22:13,332 And now she has no reason to live. Exactly. 1334 01:22:13,336 --> 01:22:15,348 I'll leave you with her. 1335 01:22:15,352 --> 01:22:17,340 Thank you. 1336 01:22:30,340 --> 01:22:32,340 Mrs Pike? 1337 01:22:32,344 --> 01:22:34,332 Can you hear me? 1338 01:22:35,388 --> 01:22:37,380 Mrs Pike? 1339 01:22:45,392 --> 01:22:49,328 My name is Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby. 1340 01:22:49,356 --> 01:22:52,300 And I think you've met Sergeant Troy. 1341 01:22:54,380 --> 01:22:56,372 You're not needed. 1342 01:22:57,304 --> 01:22:59,336 We have to ask you a few questions. 1343 01:23:00,316 --> 01:23:02,308 We have to know. 1344 01:23:07,348 --> 01:23:09,340 You killed your son. 1345 01:23:13,320 --> 01:23:15,328 It was because you knew 1346 01:23:15,336 --> 01:23:19,300 what he had done all those years ago. 1347 01:23:20,328 --> 01:23:23,304 Yes. 1348 01:23:25,328 --> 01:23:27,368 He killed three girls. 1349 01:23:30,324 --> 01:23:32,316 Eva Hoffman. 1350 01:23:33,300 --> 01:23:35,300 Joan Chaplin. 1351 01:23:35,304 --> 01:23:36,392 And Judith Albiston. 1352 01:23:38,332 --> 01:23:40,324 And you found out about it. 1353 01:23:41,368 --> 01:23:44,332 He was an abomination. 1354 01:23:44,336 --> 01:23:46,356 But you didn't go to the police. 1355 01:23:47,368 --> 01:23:49,360 Flesh of my flesh. 1356 01:23:51,312 --> 01:23:53,312 I couldn't go to the police. 1357 01:23:53,316 --> 01:23:55,304 I couldn't. 1358 01:23:56,312 --> 01:23:58,304 But I warned him. 1359 01:23:58,336 --> 01:24:00,328 It must never happen again. 1360 01:24:00,372 --> 01:24:02,380 Never while I'm alive. Never. 1361 01:24:11,360 --> 01:24:13,352 Mrs Pike... 1362 01:24:14,364 --> 01:24:16,364 Leave it, Troy. 1363 01:24:16,368 --> 01:24:18,356 We've got no reason to stay. 1364 01:24:26,300 --> 01:24:29,308 That's why the killer stopped after three. 1365 01:24:29,312 --> 01:24:31,316 His mother found out. 1366 01:24:31,324 --> 01:24:35,340 She spent the next nine years watching him. Protecting him. 1367 01:24:35,344 --> 01:24:36,388 But he didn't kill Carla Constanza. 1368 01:24:36,392 --> 01:24:39,340 No, whoever killed Carla Constanza 1369 01:24:39,368 --> 01:24:43,324 wanted it to look like one of the earlier killings. 1370 01:24:43,328 --> 01:24:45,356 Strangled in Strangler's Wood. 1371 01:24:45,360 --> 01:24:47,372 Remember when we told Leonard? 1372 01:24:48,308 --> 01:24:50,300 No. That's not possible. 1373 01:24:51,368 --> 01:24:53,360 I mean... 1374 01:24:54,368 --> 01:24:57,384 Have you taken the papers up yet? To mother? 1375 01:24:57,392 --> 01:25:01,384 As the killer, he knew there hadn't been a fourth murder. 1376 01:25:01,392 --> 01:25:04,380 He didn't want his mother to see the paper. 1377 01:25:04,384 --> 01:25:07,320 He knew she'd get the wrong idea. 1378 01:25:07,328 --> 01:25:09,300 She didn't know about Carla Constanza. 1379 01:25:09,304 --> 01:25:11,332 Until I went in there and told her. 1380 01:25:14,356 --> 01:25:17,316 Did John Merrill kill Carla, or not? 1381 01:25:17,320 --> 01:25:19,356 You want the truth? I don't know. 1382 01:25:19,364 --> 01:25:22,364 Her death could bring down Monarch Tobacco. 1383 01:25:22,368 --> 01:25:23,372 It could ruin Bill Mitchell. 1384 01:25:23,376 --> 01:25:26,320 John Merrill wouldn't mind that. 1385 01:25:26,328 --> 01:25:30,300 But if he did kill the girl, why incriminate himself? 1386 01:25:30,308 --> 01:25:34,384 And if someone planted those clues, what had he done to deserve that? 1387 01:25:34,388 --> 01:25:36,312 And then there's Draycott. 1388 01:25:36,316 --> 01:25:38,320 The mysterious Mr Draycott. 1389 01:25:38,324 --> 01:25:40,328 Mr Draycott. Mrs Draycott. 1390 01:25:40,336 --> 01:25:44,336 We know Carla comes here and goes to a two o'clock meeting. 1391 01:25:44,340 --> 01:25:46,344 Then she books into a hotel, 1392 01:25:46,352 --> 01:25:49,304 and at five thirty she has an argument. 1393 01:25:49,340 --> 01:25:50,336 But we don't know who with. 1394 01:25:50,340 --> 01:25:52,328 Maybe that was Draycott. 1395 01:25:52,332 --> 01:25:54,348 For us, Draycott doesn't exist. 1396 01:25:55,348 --> 01:25:56,376 'Do you want to go to the office?' 1397 01:25:56,384 --> 01:25:59,344 'No, I want to go home and see my wife.' 1398 01:25:59,352 --> 01:26:02,348 'But first, there's something I have to do.' 1399 01:26:05,308 --> 01:26:07,312 I wanted to speak to your husband. 1400 01:26:07,316 --> 01:26:09,312 George isn't at home. 1401 01:26:09,316 --> 01:26:11,320 I was going to tell him 1402 01:26:11,328 --> 01:26:16,304 that we've found the man who killed those girls in Strangler's Wood. 1403 01:26:16,308 --> 01:26:17,312 Oh! 1404 01:26:17,320 --> 01:26:20,332 Would you keep it confidential for 24 hours? 1405 01:26:20,340 --> 01:26:23,300 It was a hotel manager, Leonard Pike. 1406 01:26:23,308 --> 01:26:25,316 He was a local man. Lived in the area. 1407 01:26:25,320 --> 01:26:27,316 And you have him? 1408 01:26:27,320 --> 01:26:29,308 Leonard Pike is dead. 1409 01:26:31,300 --> 01:26:34,360 Chief Inspector, can I show you something? 1410 01:26:39,340 --> 01:26:43,368 After he retired, George became obsessed with the killings. 1411 01:26:46,328 --> 01:26:48,320 That's why we moved here. 1412 01:26:49,316 --> 01:26:51,308 He couldn't bear to be away. 1413 01:26:55,332 --> 01:26:58,304 These... photographs... 1414 01:27:00,324 --> 01:27:02,324 He stole them from the files. 1415 01:27:05,392 --> 01:27:07,384 And there's more. 1416 01:27:15,336 --> 01:27:18,328 He used to put them on and go into the wood. 1417 01:27:19,368 --> 01:27:22,320 Sometimes he spent all night there. 1418 01:27:24,396 --> 01:27:27,388 He said he was trying to become the killer. 1419 01:27:28,332 --> 01:27:30,332 To get into his mind. 1420 01:27:30,336 --> 01:27:33,336 I started following him, you know. 1421 01:27:34,360 --> 01:27:37,348 Because after that other girl was found, 1422 01:27:37,352 --> 01:27:39,364 I began to wonder if George... 1423 01:27:39,368 --> 01:27:41,364 Emily? 1424 01:27:41,368 --> 01:27:43,356 It's over, George. 1425 01:27:44,392 --> 01:27:49,380 We're selling the house and leaving this horrible, horrible place. 1426 01:27:49,384 --> 01:27:52,360 It's over. We can finally go. 1427 01:28:01,300 --> 01:28:03,352 All right, David? Got everything? 1428 01:28:03,356 --> 01:28:04,388 Where's my life jacket? 1429 01:28:04,396 --> 01:28:07,356 You don't need one, do you? Here. Catch. 1430 01:28:11,380 --> 01:28:14,360 Are you sorry your dad's not joining us? 1431 01:28:14,364 --> 01:28:16,352 No, not really. 1432 01:28:18,312 --> 01:28:20,320 No. Didn't think you would be. 1433 01:28:38,392 --> 01:28:40,308 Joyce? 1434 01:28:40,312 --> 01:28:42,308 Hi, Dad. 1435 01:28:42,312 --> 01:28:43,352 Hi, Cully. Where's your mum? 1436 01:28:43,360 --> 01:28:47,316 We took her things up. She'll be catching her breath. 1437 01:28:49,328 --> 01:28:51,320 What did you say just then? 1438 01:28:52,308 --> 01:28:54,300 What? 1439 01:28:54,392 --> 01:28:56,392 Of course... 1440 01:28:56,396 --> 01:28:58,384 That is it. 1441 01:28:59,352 --> 01:29:01,376 I've got to go. Tell your mother. 1442 01:29:05,300 --> 01:29:06,392 Cully? Was that Tom? 1443 01:29:19,320 --> 01:29:23,312 Have you got the pathologist's report from Peterson? 1444 01:29:23,320 --> 01:29:27,380 No. Come with me. I want you to look something up. Sir? 1445 01:29:27,388 --> 01:29:31,396 Look on the Internet, the main police computer. Anywhere. 1446 01:29:32,300 --> 01:29:33,396 It's a name. Aycott. 1447 01:29:34,300 --> 01:29:36,376 Not Draycott, but Aycott. 1448 01:29:36,380 --> 01:29:40,316 Dr Aycott. A-Y-C-O-T-T. 1449 01:29:40,320 --> 01:29:42,308 OK? Come on. 1450 01:29:44,336 --> 01:29:46,336 Peterson. 1451 01:29:46,340 --> 01:29:47,396 Your report on Carla Constanza. 1452 01:29:48,300 --> 01:29:50,320 It's just off the photocopier. 1453 01:29:50,324 --> 01:29:51,300 I was going to send it over. 1454 01:29:51,304 --> 01:29:53,300 You're too late. 1455 01:29:53,304 --> 01:29:55,332 She was sick. She had an illness. 1456 01:29:55,336 --> 01:29:56,320 How did you know? 1457 01:29:56,324 --> 01:29:58,320 Just tell me what it was. 1458 01:29:58,324 --> 01:30:00,356 Pulmonary emphysema. 1459 01:30:00,376 --> 01:30:01,364 And the cause? 1460 01:30:01,368 --> 01:30:03,372 Smoking. 1461 01:30:03,380 --> 01:30:06,364 In months, she'd have needed an oxygen bag. 1462 01:30:06,368 --> 01:30:09,300 A couple of years, she'd be dead. 1463 01:30:09,308 --> 01:30:12,356 Whoever strangled her probably did her a favour. 1464 01:30:12,364 --> 01:30:15,316 Mr Barnaby? There's a message for you. 1465 01:30:19,304 --> 01:30:21,312 A Dr Ian Aycott 1466 01:30:21,320 --> 01:30:24,360 was killed last week in Harley Street. 1467 01:30:24,368 --> 01:30:28,360 A fire in his clinic. The police are still investigating. 1468 01:30:29,356 --> 01:30:31,348 Got it! 1469 01:30:33,340 --> 01:30:37,356 Carla came to England to see Dr Aycott. 1470 01:30:37,364 --> 01:30:39,308 Her writing made it look like 'Draycott'. 1471 01:30:39,316 --> 01:30:41,384 He told her the worst. Then she came here. 1472 01:30:44,360 --> 01:30:47,332 'What was it Gloria the maid told us?' 1473 01:30:47,340 --> 01:30:52,320 'When Carla arrived, she was out of breath, as if she'd been running.' 1474 01:30:53,316 --> 01:30:55,316 'But it was her illness!' 1475 01:30:55,320 --> 01:30:57,348 'She was like that all the time.' 1476 01:30:57,352 --> 01:30:59,356 That's what puzzled me. 1477 01:30:59,364 --> 01:31:02,300 Why did she want a ground floor room? 1478 01:31:02,304 --> 01:31:04,332 She couldn't manage the stairs? 1479 01:31:04,340 --> 01:31:06,360 Yes. And The Fox And Goose doesn't have a lift. 1480 01:31:06,364 --> 01:31:08,368 But who was it in her room? 1481 01:31:08,376 --> 01:31:11,336 I don't think anybody was in her room. 1482 01:31:11,344 --> 01:31:14,332 Gloria only ever heard one voice. Carla's. 1483 01:31:14,368 --> 01:31:18,312 'She was shouting at herself and the injustice.' 1484 01:31:18,332 --> 01:31:20,356 Sues cigarros estao me matando. 1485 01:31:20,360 --> 01:31:22,356 Eu tenho uma doenca. 1486 01:31:22,360 --> 01:31:24,348 Idiota. 1487 01:31:24,376 --> 01:31:26,368 Voce va pagar. 1488 01:31:28,332 --> 01:31:30,324 Merda. 1489 01:31:31,328 --> 01:31:35,332 'And when she saw that ashtray full of cigarette ends... 1490 01:31:35,336 --> 01:31:37,372 ..the very cause of her illness...' 1491 01:31:37,376 --> 01:31:39,312 She just threw it against the wall. 1492 01:31:39,320 --> 01:31:42,340 Exactly. In anger. Anger was what it was about. 1493 01:31:42,344 --> 01:31:43,368 So, where are we going? 1494 01:31:43,376 --> 01:31:46,352 We'll start at the Merrills'. I'll drive. 1495 01:31:48,364 --> 01:31:50,356 DOOR OPENS 1496 01:31:53,348 --> 01:31:55,348 You're drunk. 1497 01:31:55,352 --> 01:31:58,384 Why not, Kate? 1498 01:31:58,388 --> 01:32:00,376 Why not? 1499 01:32:01,304 --> 01:32:02,396 You think I'm a killer. 1500 01:32:03,344 --> 01:32:06,320 The police think I'm a killer. 1501 01:32:15,344 --> 01:32:17,336 Maybe... 1502 01:32:20,392 --> 01:32:22,392 ..I should prove you all right. 1503 01:32:32,364 --> 01:32:35,336 You know what's been bugging me, Troy? 1504 01:32:35,344 --> 01:32:38,324 Whoever took Carla into Strangler's Wood 1505 01:32:38,328 --> 01:32:40,324 was creating a smoke screen. 1506 01:32:40,328 --> 01:32:42,312 To divert our attention. 1507 01:32:42,316 --> 01:32:44,364 So she looked like another victim. 1508 01:32:44,372 --> 01:32:48,380 Certainly, but at the same time, the lipstick on the shirt, 1509 01:32:48,384 --> 01:32:51,312 clay on the car, the lost watch... 1510 01:32:51,340 --> 01:32:54,352 Someone was desperate to blame John Merrill. 1511 01:32:54,372 --> 01:32:55,384 Do you know who? 1512 01:32:55,388 --> 01:32:57,364 Yes. 1513 01:32:57,368 --> 01:32:59,356 I finally think I do. 1514 01:33:03,300 --> 01:33:05,364 You don't like your dad, do you, David? 1515 01:33:05,392 --> 01:33:07,392 No. 1516 01:33:07,396 --> 01:33:09,384 Is that why you did it? 1517 01:33:11,316 --> 01:33:13,388 Come on. You can tell your Uncle Bill. 1518 01:33:13,396 --> 01:33:16,324 It had to be you who took that watch. 1519 01:33:17,324 --> 01:33:20,340 And the rest of it. There isn't anybody else. 1520 01:33:21,384 --> 01:33:25,392 Do you want the police to arrest your dad? 1521 01:33:27,308 --> 01:33:29,300 Yes. 1522 01:33:30,368 --> 01:33:32,308 So you found the body. 1523 01:33:34,308 --> 01:33:36,336 And you went back with your dad's watch. 1524 01:33:36,340 --> 01:33:38,344 Put clay on his car. 1525 01:33:38,352 --> 01:33:41,364 You even smeared his shirt with her lipstick. 1526 01:33:43,320 --> 01:33:46,300 You've been watching too much TV, David. 1527 01:33:46,384 --> 01:33:49,300 You've been a very naughty boy. 1528 01:33:49,384 --> 01:33:55,320 And, you know, if anything happened to you now, no-one would know. 1529 01:34:12,300 --> 01:34:14,300 Inside. What happened? 1530 01:34:14,304 --> 01:34:16,356 Nothing. Nothing. 1531 01:34:18,304 --> 01:34:20,388 She tried to stab me. 1532 01:34:25,352 --> 01:34:27,352 She th... 1533 01:34:27,356 --> 01:34:29,396 She thought I was going to kill her. 1534 01:34:30,344 --> 01:34:32,336 So she tried to stab me. 1535 01:34:34,392 --> 01:34:38,344 Mrs Merrill, you have to tell me. Where's your son? 1536 01:34:38,348 --> 01:34:40,336 Where's David? 1537 01:34:45,312 --> 01:34:49,300 The evidence against John Merrill was crude, childish. 1538 01:34:49,304 --> 01:34:50,376 That watch, pure Agatha Christie. 1539 01:34:50,384 --> 01:34:54,332 David Merrill wanted to incriminate his father?! 1540 01:34:54,340 --> 01:34:57,316 He must have found the body going to school, 1541 01:34:57,320 --> 01:34:59,368 and that's when he had his big idea. 1542 01:34:59,376 --> 01:35:02,308 Why? What has he got against his dad? 1543 01:35:02,312 --> 01:35:04,312 Elizabeth Frances. 1544 01:35:04,320 --> 01:35:08,380 He found out about his dad's affair a month before all this began. 1545 01:35:08,388 --> 01:35:12,352 I wrote to him. The sort of letter you regret posting. 1546 01:35:12,360 --> 01:35:14,380 John Merrill said he never got the letter. 1547 01:35:14,384 --> 01:35:17,392 Somehow, David got hold of it first. 1548 01:35:18,320 --> 01:35:22,328 He found out his dad was having an affair and meant to leave, 1549 01:35:22,336 --> 01:35:25,356 and when, a month later, he chances on the body, 1550 01:35:25,360 --> 01:35:27,388 he decides to have his revenge. 1551 01:35:27,396 --> 01:35:30,380 If John Merrill didn't kill her, who did? 1552 01:35:30,384 --> 01:35:32,372 Bill Mitchell, of course. 1553 01:35:39,376 --> 01:35:41,368 SIRENS 1554 01:35:56,368 --> 01:35:58,360 He's not back yet. 1555 01:36:00,364 --> 01:36:05,336 Carla Constanza made two telephone calls from The Fox And Goose. 1556 01:36:05,344 --> 01:36:08,364 John Merrill wasn't in, so she left a message. 1557 01:36:08,372 --> 01:36:11,324 But she got through to Bill Mitchell. 1558 01:36:11,328 --> 01:36:12,312 And she told him. 1559 01:36:12,316 --> 01:36:14,336 Yeah. Look at it from his side. 1560 01:36:14,344 --> 01:36:17,380 Carla Constanza, smoking's personification, 1561 01:36:17,388 --> 01:36:20,340 dying slowly from a smoker's disease. 1562 01:36:20,344 --> 01:36:21,332 He would have been ruined. 1563 01:36:21,336 --> 01:36:23,356 That's why he took the gamble. 1564 01:36:23,364 --> 01:36:27,372 She was dying anyway. But if she died in Strangler's Wood... 1565 01:36:31,360 --> 01:36:35,396 'He must have picked her up, and pretended to reason with her.' 1566 01:36:36,300 --> 01:36:38,340 'But he just wanted her on her own.' 1567 01:36:47,380 --> 01:36:52,328 'He wasn't to know that Carla had already phoned John Merrill.' 1568 01:36:52,348 --> 01:36:54,396 "Sues cigarros estao me matando." 1569 01:36:55,300 --> 01:36:57,304 "Eu tenho uma doenca." 1570 01:36:57,312 --> 01:37:00,352 "Eu vou encontrar com Bill Mitchell hoje a noite." 1571 01:37:00,372 --> 01:37:02,376 "Voce va pagar." 1572 01:37:02,384 --> 01:37:06,392 'Anna Santarosa heard that message in her own language.' 1573 01:37:07,300 --> 01:37:10,392 'It must have told her enough for her to try some blackmail.' 1574 01:37:13,388 --> 01:37:16,372 "The message is deleted." 1575 01:37:20,344 --> 01:37:22,368 'And that was her big mistake.' 1576 01:37:22,372 --> 01:37:25,356 'Bill Mitchell had higher stakes.' 1577 01:37:25,364 --> 01:37:28,336 'He didn't hesitate. He killed her, too.' 1578 01:37:30,320 --> 01:37:32,360 (Screams) 1579 01:37:32,364 --> 01:37:34,368 'And did he kill Dr Aycott?' 1580 01:37:34,376 --> 01:37:38,324 'Yes. He had to get rid of Carla's medical records.' 1581 01:37:39,356 --> 01:37:43,368 Actually, Draycott, or Dr Aycott, was what gave him away. 1582 01:37:43,372 --> 01:37:44,336 Really? 1583 01:37:44,340 --> 01:37:46,344 Yeah. 1584 01:37:46,352 --> 01:37:49,348 Remember when you asked him about the name? 1585 01:37:49,352 --> 01:37:52,340 Draycott? No. 1586 01:37:52,344 --> 01:37:54,372 Never heard of him. Why do you ask? 1587 01:37:55,316 --> 01:37:57,324 No reason. 1588 01:37:57,332 --> 01:38:01,352 'The way he smiled. He knew we'd got it wrong.' 1589 01:38:01,360 --> 01:38:04,336 And he also knew that Draycott was a man. 1590 01:38:04,344 --> 01:38:08,316 'Never heard of him.' he said. We didn't tell him that. 1591 01:38:08,320 --> 01:38:10,324 So much killing! 1592 01:38:10,332 --> 01:38:12,384 And now he's alone with David Merrill. 1593 01:38:13,332 --> 01:38:15,312 Sir! 1594 01:38:15,316 --> 01:38:17,304 He's here! 1595 01:38:40,368 --> 01:38:42,360 Mr Mitchell. 1596 01:38:44,368 --> 01:38:46,340 Where's the boy? 1597 01:38:47,356 --> 01:38:49,356 I couldn't kill him. 1598 01:38:49,360 --> 01:38:51,384 He's a complete little shit, but... 1599 01:38:51,388 --> 01:38:53,376 ..he's a child. 1600 01:38:54,328 --> 01:38:56,320 I couldn't do it. 1601 01:39:23,376 --> 01:39:25,368 Hello, you. 1602 01:39:27,356 --> 01:39:29,352 How's your mum? 1603 01:39:29,356 --> 01:39:30,360 She's fine. 1604 01:39:30,364 --> 01:39:32,392 Oh, good. Good, good, good, good. 1605 01:39:37,320 --> 01:39:39,388 How was the father-daughter bonding? 1606 01:39:40,320 --> 01:39:42,328 That didn't quite happen. 1607 01:39:42,336 --> 01:39:46,328 I heard. I'm afraid you're not Cully's favourite person. 1608 01:39:46,348 --> 01:39:47,348 Where is she? 1609 01:39:47,356 --> 01:39:50,316 She's out. She's got a new boyfriend. 1610 01:39:50,324 --> 01:39:52,392 Actually, I think he's a policeman, too. 1611 01:39:52,396 --> 01:39:53,372 You're not serious? 1612 01:39:53,376 --> 01:39:55,372 Yes. 1613 01:39:55,376 --> 01:39:57,364 And so is she, I think. 1614 01:39:57,392 --> 01:39:59,392 Oh, no... 1615 01:39:59,396 --> 01:40:01,392 No. It can't be... 1616 01:40:01,396 --> 01:40:03,356 Oh, it's good to be home. 111645

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