JUDGE­MENT DAY

Emma’s WORST CRIMES AGAINST HU­MAN­ITY SINS ARE FI­NALLY BROUGHT TO LIGHT BUT SHE’S SET ON Moira BURN­ING FOR THEM!

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De­spite her ob­ses­sive de­vo­tion to Je­sus and the hope that re­li­gious sal­va­tion can help her atone for mur­der­ing her hus­band James, Emma has dreaded the fate­ful mo­ment when her ab­ject wicked­ness is fi­nally outed. Now that day of reck­on­ing is upon her at last!

Hav­ing ter­rorised a poorly, de­men­tia-stricken Ash­ley to for­get see­ing what she did months ago, Emma (Gillian Kear­ney) is now run­ning scared as Ash­ley’s daugh­ter Gabby (Rosie Ben­tham) fi­nally un­cov­ers her evil ways. With the teenager tor­ment­ing Emma with voices from be­yond the grave, she’s on the verge of a break­down – and bru­tally at­tacks Gabby, who’s ex­posed her dev­ilry to Emma’s youngest son Finn (Joe Gill). Dis­gusted at his mother’s ac­tions, Finn forces the gory de­tails out of her, in­sist­ing she must pay for shov­ing his fa­ther off the bridge. In­stead, a de­mented

Emma be­lieves her sis­ter-in-law Moira (Natalie J. Robb) should pay the ul­ti­mate price be­cause of the tor­rid af­fair she had with James years ago that con­spired to break up the Bar­ton mar­riage in the first place...

Stalk­ing Moira alone at night as she works in the barn, Emma hisses at her to ad­mit she loved James! In­stead, a pet­ri­fied Moira shoves Emma and de­fends her­self with a pitch­fork – but dur­ing the scuf­fle a fire is ac­ci­den­tally ig­nited. As the flames spread, Moira’s in­jured, al­low­ing Emma to es­cape and leave hera to burn alive when a mas­sive ex­plo­sion tears through the build­ing!

Then a gun­shot rings out in the woods, leav­ing an­other of Emma’s vic­tims left for dead and driv­ing the vin­dic­tive witch on to her most ex­treme act yet…

EM­MERDALE DOU­BLE EPISODES WEEKNIGHTS 6.20PM & 6.50PM ON UKTV The barn is torched by a big bang the­ory!

Is it cur­tains for Moira? Emma sur­veys her hand­i­work

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