'Dublin Murders' Episode 8: Questions we are still left with after Starz series aired its finale
So you're all done with Starz's 'Dublin Murders', which aired its final episode on Sunday, December 29. We definitely got the answers to two major questions, who killed Katy (Amy Macken) and who killed Lexie (Sarah Greene). Both murderers were hiding in plain sight, of course, and yet, it took some incredible police work for detectives Rob (Killian Scott) and Cassie (Greene) to track them down. Now that the series is over though, we are left with some questions we may never find the answers to.
The questions primarily arise about Rob and his past. It was teased throughout the series that Rob would only be able to solve Katy's murder if he is able to unravel the mysteries hiding in the woods that changed his life forever. It turns out that his obsession with his past was what actually stopped him from tracking the clues leading up to Rosalind (Leah McNamara) in the first place.
After Rosalind got arrested, Jonathan (Peter McDonald) and Rob share a smoke and discuss the past. Jonathan admits to the defamed cop that he and his friends did rape Sandra (Carolyn Bracken) and that they did chase Rob and his friends in the woods. However, they did not actually lay a finger on them. They found young Adam hugging a tree and incessantly screaming with his feet covered in blood, but the woods got scary and they left him alone. Based on both of their accounts the woods are haunted, or there is something supernatural going on in there.
However, as we bid adieu to the show, we are yet confused as to what is in the woods. Is something evil going on in the woods? What actually happened to young Jamie and Peter? Will they ever be found? Will Rob ever be rid of their memories? Also, we are yet to find out who the father of Cassie's child is. But, most importantly, we want to know if there will be a 'Dublin Murders' Season 2 to address all these questions as the Garda moves on to another case?