Emmerdale fans spot DEAD character alive and well hiding in the village
2nd November 2021

EMMERDALE fans have spotted Jamie Tate alive and well in the village.

The vet – who is played by actor Alexander Lincoln in the ITV soap – is feared dead after crashing his care into a lake earlier this year.

There have been no sightings of him but without a body being discovered, his mum Kim is sure he’s alive.

In tonight’s episode she agreed to hold a memorial for his murdered ex wife Andrea in an effort to draw him out.

However while all other characters think she’s mad – viewers think they’ve spotted proof she is right.

Tonight, Andrea’s ex Charles made a frantic phone call begging someone to come to Andrea’s memorial.

Speaking to the mystery individual, he said, "You must come for the memorial. 

“I’m worried about Millie – she needs you. And Kim is not handling things. 

“Please, come here tomorrow for Millie.”

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He quickly put the phone down as Gabby Thomas approached with her son Thomas Tate.

She told him she had no hope Jamie was alive – and nor was she convinced like Kim is that he would return for Andrea’s memorial.

However as Gabby reassured Charles that he should choose whichever picture he wanted of Andrea for the memorial, she felt she was being watched.

And as Charles walked off, Gabby turned behind her to see movement in the bushes.

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A mystery figure could be seen walking away into the distance having taken sight of Gabby and the baby.

And fans are sure they know who it is – Jamie Tate alive and well.

One wrote: "Is that Jamie in the bushes?"

A second said: "That was definitely Jamie watching Gabby."

Another added: "Ah yes gabby is wrong Jamie is alive."

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