'Dublin Murders' Episode 3: Will Starz show keep giving us more suspects or will we get some answers?
We know that Rob was the sole survivor of the mystery from 20 years ago, where two of his friends went missing in the woods, and he was found with the blood of another child in his shoes.
Starz fans have been living in the 'Dublin Murders' universe days after each episode airs, because of the mystery and suspense surrounding the show. While the show started with the ritualistic murder of a young girl in the woods of Ireland, but it ended up opening the door for a 20-year-old mystery that has its home in the very same woods. Later we learned that one fo the lead investigators assigned to the murder is involved in the mystery as well, and his partner has her own secrets.
In the first episodes alone, 'Dublin Murders' has given us so many suspects to the murder of Katy (Amy Macken), the ballet prodigy who was murdered at the beginning of the episode. During the investigation of the case, which brought back many unpleasant memories for Rob aka Adam (Killian Scott ), the lead investigators learn that this is not one of their regular old homicide cases and would tap them out emotionally and psychologically. Rob's partner Cassie (Sarah Greene) even tried to pull them out of the investigation, was convinced otherwise by the former.
We know that Rob was the sole survivor of the mystery from 20 years ago, where two of his friends went missing in the woods, and he was found with the blood of another child in his shoes. The ramifications that followed this incident forced him to change his name and in many ways, his identity and now, he is forced to relive all that because of Katy's murder. Since the premiere, we have been introduced to many suspects in the case, some of whom also had mysterious connections to Rob's past.
The ballet school cleaner Sandra Sculley (Carolyn Bracken) keeps having flashbacks to 1985 where we see that she had some part to play, while the late Katy's father Jonathan (Peter McDonald) has some fishy past too. Other suspicious characters so far include Katy's sister Rosalind (Leah McNamara) and archeologist Damien (Jonny Holden) as well. At this point, there is really no one that we can trust, even Rob and Cassie.
At this point, we have a lot of suspects and theories, which leaves us with a lot of questions. Like, who is Cassie's lookalike Lexie, and why has she suddenly resurfaced? What happened to Rob in the woods and why can't he remember anything from that time? Who is the wolf that Rob hallucinates about? What did Jonathan and his friends do to young Adam's friends?
Hopefully, the upcoming Season 1 Episode 3 of 'Dublin Murders' will answer a couple of, in not all these questions.