#Broadchurch: Joe Miller is prime suspect as Twitter is filled with theories on who killed Danny Latimer
Joe Miller, aka Ellie’s husband and Tom’s father, remains the prime Broadchurch suspect on Twitter.
The most popular theory among tweeters is that Susan Wright saw Joe Miller on the beach, not Nige, as the two lanky bald characters look so alike.
Some have guessed that Joe Miller is having an affair with the vicar, which Tom has been forced to keep quiet.
Others think that the killer is linked to the Sandbrook case, Hardy's previous murder investigation in which he failed to find the culprit.
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Oh my god nigel and toms dad look the same! It was definitely toms dad she saw carrying dannys body off the boat, not nige! #broadchurch—p Becky milkbubbletea (@milkbubbletea) April 15, 2013
Size 10, looks like nigel, MR MILLER #broadchurch—p kay(@lilyella7) April 16, 2013
Why was Danny on top of the cliff when he was dumped by boat. Blood on hands could have been because of hunting with Nige? #broadchurch—p Jon Sutton (@jmsutton) April 16, 2013
If it does turn out Joe Miller is Danny's killer then that's the same as BBC's Mayday; the police woman's husband did it. #Broadchurch eeek— Sophie Lyon (@thesophielyon) April 16, 2013
Ok so the vicar and millars hubby were having an affair danny found out and told tom leading to the fallout. #broadchurch—p hulk hogan (@danfawcett1) April 15, 2013
My prediction is that Danny's killer will be linked to the previous unsolved case , if not the same person #broadchurch—p Tommy Bailey (@T_Bailey94) April 15, 2013
It might be the newspaper reporter? She seems to be in enough scenes to be important but hasn't been a main character yet? #broadchurch—p Clár Nic Gabhann (@_CreamCrackers_) April 15, 2013
Ellie Miller is the #Broadchurch killer I reckon. I've been convinced since the 2nd episode...— Baz C (@barroldc) April 16, 2013
Catching up on #Broadchurch, I wonder if this episode will disprove my theory of Tennant being the killer.— Laura (@IHateNemo) April 15, 2013
Is the clue to the #broadchurch killer in Jude the Obscure?— Kath Lowe (@katfunky) April 16, 2013
Actually is Vince the dog a suspect? #Broadchurch—p Graham Booth (@RomfordReject) April 16, 2013
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