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Lili tells Eve that she has heard through Cribben that Cam has drowned and, after a child's body is dragged from a canal, Gabe goes to London to identify it. Lili meanwhile visits Magda, now old but just as evil, and deduces from holding a photograph of the orphans that Nancy was murdered, a fact of which Percy becomes aware for the first time. However in 1943 Percy informed the local vicar of Cribben's violence and he visited the hall. Appalled at what he saw he threatened to inform the authorities, the deranged Cribben's response being to gas all the children - except Stefan, who kills Cribben before being rescued by Percy and Maurice, who, with Magda, escapes the flood that engulfs the bodies. But the past is not wholly buried as a figure from seventy years earlier returns to the hall for a final sacrifice - before the ghosts of the innocents are laid to rest and the family dog returned. Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV At It's Finest
12 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The final episode of this excellent BBC adaptation does not disappoint. It is back to the high quality of the first episode.

Once again Maisie Williams impresses, I'm truly impressed with this girl. But the star of the show is Jones. She is excellent, all the cast are on top form. Cooke is given less to do here which is a shame. But Ellis is again given more to do and Douglas Henshall is still excellent. Donald Sumpter is also worthy of praise. There is really no weak link in the cast. This is TV at it's finest.

Everybody involved with this production should be proud of their work. I don't watch a lot of BBC TV productions, as usually I find them lacking in quality to say the least. But I can not fault anything on show here.


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