Joe Tate might be dead and buried somewhere near the Hotten viaduct, but has Emmerdale just hinted that someone’s about to discover that Graham’s the one with blood on his hands?
He’s only been gone a few days, but it’s not that surprising that Emmerdale villagers are starting to notice that Joe has done a sudden disappearing act.
And with Noah noticing in Monday’s visit to the Dales that his brother isn’t around, could he be the one to unearth Graham’s secret that he killed Joe?
The teenager begged Graham to tell him where his sibling was, and while Graham managed to put Noah’s fears about Joe’s whereabouts to bed for now, how many more times will he manage to cover his tracks so easily?
With Graham already struggling with the fact he’s been forced to dispose of Joe thanks to Kim Tate’s demands, surely it’s just a matter of time before he starts to crack under the pressure?
After viewers saw how desperate he was to track Joe down, it’s clear Noah isn’t going to let the fact he’s vanished into thin air go without a fight.
But in trying to track down his sibling, could Noah be putting himself in danger?
We all know that Graham is a man capable of pretty much anything, but would he go as far as killing off young Noah in an attempt to silence him?
Mr Foster is already letting Cain Dingle take the blame for Joe’s death, leaving him to think his punch was enough to kill him.
But what if Noah was to uncover the truth that it’s actually Graham who is a killer and not Cain?
There has been some speculation that Joe isn’t actually dead – and considering we didn’t actually see his body after Graham swiftly put him in the boot of his car before driving him to Hotten viaduct, the fan theories could be right.
But as Noah piles on the pressure, could this be Emmerdale’s hint that he’s the one to work out Joe’s real fate? Only time will tell.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.
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