Emmerdale’s Lachlan White will make a dramatic return on Wednesday as he claims even more victims.
The serial killer was finally put behind bars when his horrific crimes were finally exposed in dramatic fashion last year.
However, being in prison won’t stop the murderer from inflicting more pain on the village.
It seems that evil Lachlan’s reign of terror is not over just yet as he plots revenge from his cell.
After some disturbing events at the Dingle home – the finger is pointed at the sadistic killer.
Belle comes face to face with her killer ex-boyfriend
Sam accompanies Belle to the prison visit
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The dead flowers, birthday card and murdered pig are signs that Lachlan has connections on the outside.
Realising that something has to be done, Belle decides her only option is to confront her former boyfriend in prison.
Sinister Lachlan puts on a fine display of remorse as he tries to claim he has changed during his stay in the big house.
Lachlan was put behind bars for a long time
Has evil Lachlan really changed his way?
Hesitant Belle, who was tricked by Lachlan many times before, isn’t fooled by his performance.
But gullible Sam believes he may have genuinely changed.
Is Lachlan behind the worrying events at the Dingle’s farm? Or has he really changed his ways?
Lachlan kidnapped Belle during the climax of his reign of terror
He was eventually caught by the police
Lachlan kidnapped Belle during the climax of his reign of terror, which ended when she was hit by a car.
The killer caused the car crash that resulted in the death of his mum Chrissie and grandfather Lawrence.
He also kept Rebecca prisoner for months, murdered best pal Gerry and killed his ‘fake’ uncle Terry.
* Emmerdale airs tonight on ITV at 7pm
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