Fans suppose Bobby Beale (performed by Eliot Carrington) could also be killed by Lucy Beale’s ghost after the troubled teen was seen wandering onto prepare tracks on the finish of Tuesday’s present.
In latest episodes, Bobby – who killed his sister Lucy (Hetti Bywater) and served time in a younger offenders unit for the crime – has been seeing her ‘ghost’ following him round the home and whispering to him.
Bobby virtually burned down his dad, Ian Beale’s (Adam Woodyatt) home after Lucy’s ghost saved plaguing the room she was killed in, and Tuesday’s present noticed him waking up on a park bench and hallucinating from the visions he has been having.
After making an attempt and failing to eliminate Lucy’s voice from his head, telling him issues like: ‘Forgive you? You lost your temper, I lost my life’, Bobby virtually received himself run over by Linda Carter after operating in entrance of her car.
He took some – frankly terribly – recommendation from Rainie Cross (Tanya Franks), who informed him the explanation she turned to medicine was as a result of it made all of the noise in her head ‘go away’, which vegetation the seed in Bobby’s head to pay money for some tablets.
Procuring who-knows-what from the shady Walford drug sellers by the playground, Bobby takes a number of the tablets he has purchased to attempt to block Lucy out of his thoughts.
In his delirious state, after caressing a number of the native foliage, Bobby wanders onto the prepare tracks with the ghost ready for him on the opposite aspect on the finish of the episode.
Fans have been satisfied this implies the top for Bobby, and that Lucy’s ghost will lead him to his dying in the trail of an oncoming prepare.
Part of the explanation Bobby had killed Lucy was that she had been taking medicine, so for him to be lured to his dying for doing the identical could possibly be seen as her ‘revenge’.
Fans tweeted: ‘The scenes with Lucy haunting Bobby on tonight’s @bbceastenders were once again brilliant. I really hope Bobby doesn’t end up under a train.’
Another added: ‘No no no no not train tracks bobby!’ and ‘So on edge watching Bobby, hope he’s going to be okay’.
Viewers must tune in on Thursday to see what’s occurred to the troubled teenager.
Eastenders returns on Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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