July 1, 2022 at 5:42 pm #58414bluebonnetParticipant
When I saw Sarah go after Chanel with the knife on today’s episode, it made me think that maybe Sarah is the one who killed Abigail–thinking Abigail was Kristen. After all, it happened in the DiMera house where Kristen has lived from time to time. Anyone else have any ideas about who the killer might be?July 2, 2022 at 8:21 am #58415mommytutuParticipant
I think RC likes to shift suspicion on multiple characters and the reveal is always someone, no one has expected. Think Charlie Dales murder. We had Sami, Allie, Ava, Tripp, Belle, Claire, and then finally the reveal was Jan Spears. For some reason, I keep getting the feeling it could be Clyde. He’s fairly expendable as far as characters go. And with Ben and Ciera sailing off into the sunset, and Nancy getting his number next week, I could see his character easily gone from the show.July 2, 2022 at 8:10 pm #58418zodiacpisces1971Participant
I know that Ben & Ciara are sailing off with each other, but, still can you really see Clyde being the killer, given that Abs’ dying words to Chad was they had a knife & the last thing that Clyde would do is give power to EJ to use over his head, don’t you think?
Can you really see anyone that has no connection to Abigail to end up being her killer, given that they had put it out there that she’s not staying dead forever?July 3, 2022 at 8:55 am #58419mommytutuParticipant
In this day and age of “pronouns” it wouldn’t mean a thing if she said they, instead of he. I don’t think it’s more than one person. Again, it’s just to throw us off, another red herring.July 3, 2022 at 3:05 pm #58420zodiacpisces1971Participant
But there is no story to explain Abby in using pronouns the way they are in this day & age, now is there. Then there’s this, with Abby using the “pronouns” as in they, it may lean to who uses those pronouns to identify the killer. Meaning, Leo, I can see Leo using the pronouns the way Chanel is.
The reason as to why I can’t see it being a red-herring, is that red-herrings are never shoved down people’s throats AD NAUSEUM. Red-herrings are only used to very subtlety.
Think about it this way: Remember when they had Laura putting it out there about Gwen, she brought it up to her daughter & granddaughter that Tiffany had put it out there of her 8 year old daughter, making it 1983 when the character was born but the actress was born 2 years later.
Once they put it out there as to who the character is that murdered Abigail, who’s going to believe it, given as to when they wrote the story to reveal the killer. What I mean is that when the killer is exposed & we see the flashback to the murder to show who did it would be negated, because the events of the murder were never seen, so who’s going to believe what happened when, was not shown until the flashback is seen.
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