A badly injured Sean makes it to Dean House to warn Matilda that she is in mortal danger. Matilda becomes increasingly worried about Davey’s safety with neither of his parents around to protect him. Trudypines after Hal and rues her harsh parting words. Graves grows suspicious of Kendrick and starts to wonder whether Matilda has been telling the truth all along.
After a new discovery, Kendrick agrees to do everything in his power to reopen the case. Laura tries to warn Matilda that she is in grave and imminent danger, but Matilda is starting to have doubts about whoshe can trust. Hal’s blossoming romance with Trudy allows him to reflect on his relationship with Matilda. He resolves to get to the bottom of the Penllynith mystery once and for all. Graves becomes increasingly convinced that Ed and Aron are hiding something.
Matilda meets Laura, who claims to know crucial details about Carys’s disappearance – but is she just taking Matilda for a ride? Meanwhile, Matilda starts suffering disturbing blackouts. Sean shows himself once again to offer an explanation for what Matilda is experiencing. Aron struggles to deal with his anger and guilt about what happened to Rose. Nick gets more disappointing financial news about the Dean estate following Meredith’s death. Graves notices some suspicious circumstances surrounding the discovery of Ewan’s body and begins to investigate.
Aron Morgan lodges a formal complaint against Matilda for harassing Davey, and the police are unmoved by Matilda showing them what she believes is a clue to Carys’s disappearance. Trudy is wracked by guilt for her part in Carys’s disappearance and meets Matilda to ascertain whether she’s telling the truth. Rose is pushed to breaking point as old wounds are reopened and her relationship with Aron deteriorates. Ed gets jittery as Trudy gives him the cold shoulder and Graves becomes increasingly suspicious that’s he hiding something.
Matilda tries to convince PC Graves that Carys must have been kept in the basement of Dean House. Graves is dismissive due to the lack of evidence, but after she leaves she cannot help wondering whether there is something to her story. Matilda spots a hooded man watching her from the edge of the woods surrounding Dean House and tries to figure out his identity. She has a number of disturbing encounters with the local residents and starts to suspect that Rose may be hiding something. Dean House grows evermore unsettling, with mysterious occurrences and symbols appearing, and a sinister… Read more »
Matilda Gray is a successful cellist about to embark on a concert tour of New York, but her world is turned upside when her mother inexplicably commits suicide. Grief stricken, Matilda finds a box of items on her deceased mother’s bed relating to Carys Howell, a young girl who went missing from a small Welsh village over 20 years ago. Matilda and her accompanist Hal travel to Penllynith to investigate whether her mother’s death is related to the disappearance.