Emmerdale spoilers: Horror discovery as a child’s body is found at the school – and the mum is a well-known villager – The Sun

A GRISLY discovery is made in Emmerdale next week when some human remains are found at Hotten Academy.

The news leaves head teacher Jessie Grant extremely troubled, especially when it is revealed that the bones belong to a baby.

The next day, Jessie (played by Sandra Marvin) prepares to give a police press conference about the gruesome find.

Meanwhile, at the police station, DI Bradwell reveals a photo of the most likely candidate for the baby’s mother.

She’s a sixteen-year-old called Jenny Finn, but there’s a shock as she appears to bear more than a passing resemblance to one of the villagers.

Has someone been hiding a sick secret?


Emmerdale bods aren’t giving away whether the bones are new or old, but assuming they’re new, there are three teen girls in the village who could fit the description.

Gabby Thomas, Liv Flaherty and Liana Cavanagh are all around that age, could one of them have given birth to a secret baby?

Later this week, viewers will see Bernice Blackstock become suspicious as she finds a balaclava in boyfriend Liam Cavanagh’s bag.

Could Liam and his daughter be hiding a very dark secret?

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Emmerdale fans have had a lot of theories about Liam and Lianna since they joined the soap last year.

Most have involved Liam’s ex-wife, Maya Stepney, but a lot of viewers are convinced the doc is less than squeaky clean. Liam’s been acting extremely shady over the past few weeks, and most viewers have become convinced that the GP knows more about Maya – who was sent to prison for her relationship with the paedophile teacher – than he’s let on.

But could they be well off the mark?

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