A Midsomer Murderer

"Every time I go to any Midsomer village, it's always the same thing. Blackmail, sexual deviancy, suicide and murder. How could you possibly expect me to go and live in one of them? "
– DCI Tom Barnaby

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Midsomer Murders Top Deaths ITV

EP ID EPISODE MURDERER VICTIMS
1 The Killings at Badger's Drift Katherine Lacey Bella Trace - Lured to an open spot and shot in the chest with a shotgun from distance on the 26th of June 1995.
Emily Simpson - Broken neck after being struck from behind and the body was arranged at the bottom of her stairs to appear as natural causes/an accident.
Dennis Rainbird - Throat slit with a butcher's knife.
Iris Rainbird - Stabbed multiple times in the chest and neck with a butcher's knife right after Dennis.
1 The Killings at Badger's Drift Michael Lacey Bella Trace - Lured to an open spot and shot in the chest with a shotgun from distance on the 26th of June 1995.
Emily Simpson - Broken neck after being struck from behind and the body was arranged at the bottom of her stairs to appear as natural causes/an accident. (Accomplice)
Dennis Rainbird - Throat slit with a butcher's knife. (Accomplice)
Iris Rainbird - Stabbed multiple times in the chest and neck with a butcher's knife right after Dennis. (Accomplice)
1.1 Written in Blood Gerald Hadleigh Mr. Hanlon - Shot with his own shotgun while laying in bed. This occurred in 1955 in Durrow, Southern Ireland.
Max Jennings - Given a poisoned drink.
1.1 Written in Blood Honoria Lyddiard Gerald Hadleigh - Bludgeoned with a candlestick, stripped and had his cupboard emptied from his dresses.
1.2 Death of a Hollow Man Harold Winstanley Agnes Gray - Struck on the head three times with a crowbar, put in a car, then taken to and thrown in the river.
Esslyn Carmichael - Slit own throat with a prop razor (taped blade) that was tampered with prior, exposing the blade. We'll call this a murder...
1.3 Faithful unto Death Simone Hollingsworth Brenda Buckley - Her car was rammed from behind and shunted under a logging lorry. (Assisted by Vince Perry)
Alan Hollingsworth - Given a lethal overdose of Haloperidol mixed in Whisky. (Accomplice)
1.3 Faithful unto Death Vince Perry (Along with Simone Hollingsworth) Brenda Buckley - Her car was rammed from behind and shunted under a logging lorry.
1.3 Faithful unto Death Sarah Lawton Brenda Buckley - Her car was rammed from behind and shunted under a logging lorry. (Accomplice)
Alan Hollingsworth - Given a lethal overdose of Haloperidol mixed in Whisky.
1.4 Death in Disguise Unknown Gaius Quintus - Consumed poisonous mushrooms in 75 A.D. (latin for year). The intended victim was the Roman General.
1.4 Death in Disguise Christopher Wainwright Ian Craigie - Killed with a knife that was thrown into his chest during a psychic regression.
Guy Gamelin - While having a heart attack, his pills were withheld from him.
2.1 Death's Shadow Stephen Wentworth Richard Bayly - Decapitated with an Indian sword.
David Whitely - Locked inside his trailer while he was sleeping and burned alive after the trailer was set on fire.
Simon Fletcher - Shot in the back with an arrow.
2.2 Strangler's Wood Leonard Pike Eva Hoffman - Stripped, raped and strangled with a necktie in Strangler's Wood 9 years prior to the events of the episode.
Joan Chaplin - Stripped, raped and strangled with a necktie in Strangler's Wood 9 years prior to the events of the episode.
Judith Albiston - Stripped, raped and strangled with a necktie in Strangler's Wood 9 years prior to the events of the episode.
2.2 Strangler's Wood Bill Mitchell Carla Constanza - Picked up in a vehicle, strangled with a necktie, stripped and left in Strangler's Wood.
Dr. Ian Aycott - Knocked unconscious and then burned alive after his clinic was set on fire.
Anna Santarosa - Hit by a vehicle and then injected with a fatal dose of liquid nicotine.
2.2 Strangler's Wood Dorothea Pike Leonard Pike - Stabbed repeatedly in shower with a knife.
2.3 Dead Man's Eleven Mrs. Wilson Emily Beavis - Fell to death after being pushed off the edge of a rock quarry 18 months prior to the events of the episode.
Tara Cavendish - Bludgeoned to death with a Cricket bat.
Charles Jennings - Stabbed in the back with a dagger while changing the Cricket score. (Accomplice)
2.3 Dead Man's Eleven Patricia Smith Emily Beavis - Fell to death after being pushed off the edge of a rock quarry 18 months prior to the events of the episode. (Accomplice)
Tara Cavendish - Bludgeoned to death with a Cricket bat. (Accomplice)
Charles Jennings - Stabbed in the back with a dagger while changing the Cricket score.
2.4 Blood Will Out Hector Bridges Catherine Hamilton - Killed in a car crash 7 years prior to the events of the episode.
2.4 Blood Will Out Fleur Bridges Hector Bridges - Shot in the chest with his shotgun.
2.4 Blood Will Out Will Saxby John Smith - During a struggle in his trailer he was pushed and hit his head on a basin corner.
3.1 Death of a Stranger James Fitzroy Simon Tranter - Killed many years prior to the events of the episode.
3.1 Death of a Stranger Marcia Tranter Simon Tranter - Killed many years prior to the events of the episode. (Accomplice)
3.1 Death of a Stranger Grahame Tranter Tramp (Actually Michael Darrow) - After falling into a trench and getting his leg caught in a bear trap, was clubbed on the head with a tree branch.
Ben Gurdie - Shot with his shotgun in the back and the scene was arranged to appear as suicide.
Ron Pringle - Fell from a horse that had been doped at high speed, possibly breaking his head or neck.
Marcia Tranter - Shot with a shotgun.
3.2 Blue Herrings Pru Bennett Celia Armstrong - Smothered with a pillow while she was sleeping.
3.3 Judgement Day Bella Devere Mrs. Foster - Stabbed repeatedly with a butcher's knife in 1955.
Peter Drinkwater - Impaled in the chest with a pitchfork from his farm.
Rosemary Furman - Drank wine poisoned with cyanide. (Not the intended victim)
Samantha Johnstone - Stabbed in the back with a knife.
3.3 Judgement Day Marcus Devere Bella Devere - Given a large quantity of sleeping pills and then suffocated with a pillow.
3.4 Beyond the Grave A Roundhead Musketeer Jonathan Lowrie - Killed in battle 300 years prior to the events of the episode.
3.4 Beyond the Grave Charles MacKillop Marcus Lowrie - Beaten with a slide projector while looking inside Jonathan's grave.
3.4 Beyond the Grave Ralph Bailey James Tate (also known as Michael Aron Whistler) - Bludgeoned (possibly with a hammer) and then buried in the grave that was dug for Marcus Lowrie.
4.1 Garden of Death Jane Bennett Cynthia Bennett - Strangled with a pair of tights and then buried in the Memorial Garden 5 years prior to the events of the episode.
Gerald Bennett - "Better to finish it gently...". Possibly suffocation by pillow or bedclothes.
4.1 Garden of Death Hilary Inkpen Felicity (Fliss) Inkpen-Thomas - Hit on the back of the head with a shovel and the body got covered with snails overnight.
Elspeth Inkpen-Thomas - Ate a dish of pasta poisoned with aconite that was left on her bedside table, but then as she felt the first effects and collapsed on the floor, was forced to eat more. Her room was then locked from the inside to make it appear as suicide.
4.2 Destroying Angel Suzanna Chambers Karl Wainwright - Suffocated with a pillow.
Gregory Chambers - Shot with an arrow in the chest. He was later dismembered from his traceable parts with a hacksaw and sunken in a lake. (Accomplice)
4.2 Destroying Angel Tristan Goodfellow Karl Wainwright - Suffocated with a pillow. (Accomplice)
Gregory Chambers - Shot with an arrow in the chest. He was later dismembered from his traceable parts with a hacksaw and sunken in a lake.
4.2 Destroying Angel Kenneth Gooders (Accomplice to these murders) Karl Wainwright - Suffocated with a pillow.
Gregory Chambers - Shot with an arrow in the chest. He was later dismembered from his traceable parts with a hacksaw and sunken in a lake.
4.2 Destroying Angel Evelyn Pope Tristan Goodfellow - Consumed a poisonous type of mushrooms, Destroying Angel, which were placed for him to cook instead of regular mushrooms.
Kenneth Gooders - Crushed by a large drink cabinet while taking a drink after the screws that were pinning it to the wall were loosened.
Suzanna Chambers - Shot in the chest with a shotgun by Julia Gooders while trying to kill her with a knife after Suzanna received a supposed phone call from Julia, threatening to expose her and Julia received a phone call saying "You are next! I'm coming to get you!".
4.3 The Electric Vendetta Harry Chatwyn Steve Ramsey - Electrocuted while starting his truck after it had been connected to a power transformer. The car was then moved a few yards away from it.
4.3 The Electric Vendetta Dave Ripert Lloyd Kirby - Broken neck after being pushed down a flight of stairs. His body was then stripped and left in a crop circle.
4.3 The Electric Vendetta Sally Boulter (Accomplice) Lloyd Kirby - Broken neck after being pushed down a flight of stairs. His body was then stripped and left in a crop circle.
4.4 Who Killed Cock Robin? Bridget Wooliscroft (Assisted by Frank Lightbourne) Robin Wooliscroft - Struck twice on the back of the head with a heavy pipe wrench and dumped into a well. The body was discovered 6 weeks later.
4.4 Who Killed Cock Robin? Frank Lightbourne Robin Wooliscroft - Struck twice on the back of the head with a heavy pipe wrench and dumped into a well. The body was discovered 6 weeks later. (Assisted by Bridget Wooliscroft)
Mary Mohan - Forced to swallow an overdose of pills and the scene was arranged to appear as suicide.
4.5 Dark Autumn John Field Dave Cutler - Throat was slashed with a large knife, almost decapitating him.
Debbie Shortlands - Chased and as she dropped her paperwork and bent down to get it, had her throat slashed with a large knife.
Simon Reason - Phoned to be lured to his antique shop and was crushed by a heavy oak desk that was pushed onto him from the top shelf of a storage rack.
Owen August - Followed during his hiking, had his walking stick taken from him and was beaten to death with it.
5.1 Tainted Fruit Georgina Canning Melissa Townsend - Injected with a lethal dose of Pentobarbitone directly into her liver while sunbathing.
Adam Keyne - Lured to a barn to collect some blackmail money that were left on the barn ceiling floor. As he bent down to claim them, he fell to his death through the ceiling onto a plow, stabbing himself, after the boards had been partially sawn through prior. The leaked blood resulted in the body being attacked by flies.
Raif Canning - Injected with a lethal dose of Pentobarbitone while collecting his tennis balls from the ground.
5.2 Market for Murder Sandra Bradshaw Marjorie Empson - Bludgeoned to death with her own walking stick after falling down a flight of stairs.
Ginny Sharp - Struck on the head with a large ashtray while in the pool.
Lady Chetwood - Pushed off the roof of her manor house.
5.3 A Worm in the Bud Victoria Bartlett Susan Bartlett - Drugged with valerian after the quantity in her pills and potions was increased and left in Setwale Woods. Then a suicide note was sent from her computer and later that night she was drowned in the nearby lake.
James Harrington - Drugged by consuming whiskey spiked with valerian after getting home drunk. He was then taken and drowned in a nearby slough.
5.3 A Worm in the Bud Hannah Harrington Victoria Bartlett - Found in her garden and forced at gunpoint to drive to Setwale Woods, where she was subsequently shot in the chest with a shotgun.
5.4 Ring Out Your Dead Bellringers Reverend Jonathan Ebbrell - Historical murder in 1860. Chased and hit on the head by a large church bell that was ringed by bellringers and thrown into a well.
5.4 Ring Out Your Dead Maisie Gooch Greg Tutt - Lured to the bell tower with a supposed letter from Emma Tysoe and shot in the heart with a pistol. He then had a note put in his hand which said "DING DONG BELL".
Emma Tysoe - Shot in the heart with a pistol right after her wedding through a church window. Inside the church was left a note which said "VICAR'S IN THE WELL".
Marcus Steadman - While having an asthma attack his inhaler was thrown into a river and as he was reaching for it, he was pushed inside facedown where he drowned. Earlier that day he received a note which said "WHO PUT HIM IN".
5.5 Murder on St. Malley's Day Ludlow Archie Bellingham - Struck on the head twice with a crowbar, then taken and thrown in the nearby lake.
Daniel Talbot - While taking part in the St. Malley's Day Race, was stabbed in the abdomen with a knife during a struggle, but managed to escape only to fall dead at the finish line.
Dudley Carew - "Smothered by a meat pudding, flattened by the roller, and bashed about the head. Not necessarily in that order." - Tom Barnaby
5.5 Murder on St. Malley's Day Jonathan Eckersley-Hyde (The killings happened at his orders) Archie Bellingham - Struck on the head twice with a crowbar, then taken and thrown in the nearby lake.
Daniel Talbot - While taking part in the St. Malley's Day Race, was stabbed in the abdomen with a knife during a struggle, but managed to escape only to fall dead at the finish line.
Dudley Carew - "Smothered by a meat pudding, flattened by the roller, and bashed about the head. Not necessarily in that order." - Tom Barnaby
6.1 A Talent for Life Quentin Roka Isobel Hewitt - After killing a fish she caught by delivering a blow to its head, was killed in the same way by a blow to the head with a large wooden stake.
Dr. Duncan Goff - Killed by a blow to the back of the head with a large wooden stake after coming to the aids of Isobel.
Keith Scholey -  The lock of the freezer door from his restaurant was jammed with a nail. As he walked in a phone was thrown inside, the door was locked and the light was turned off to suggest he tried to fake an attempt on his life. Cause of death was asphyxiation or exposure to the cold.
6.2 Death and Dreams Guy Moore (Along with Hannah and Ettie Moore) Andy Moore - Pushed off of a cliff while on a climbing holiday 3 years prior to the events of the episode.
Martin Wroath - Drugged with Tenzine by being forced to drink from a cup, arranged sitting on a chair with his feet on another chair and had a thin rope tied to his foot and to a shotgun trigger that was fixed on top of a cupboard. Then the rope was pulled, triggering the shotgun and shooting him in the chest to make it appear as suicide.
Tony Parish - Drugged with Tenzine in his wine, then after he got to the clinic was lured to the stream where he was drowned. After that his body was dragged and hanged from the obstacle course equipment with a rope.
Gordon Leesmith - Strangled while Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca was being played on a CD player and then hung on a wall with his lanyard.
6.2 Death and Dreams Hannah Moore (Along with Guy and Ettie Moore) Andy Moore - Pushed off of a cliff while on a climbing holiday 3 years prior to the events of the episode.
Martin Wroath - Drugged with Tenzine by being forced to drink from a cup, arranged sitting on a chair with his feet on another chair and had a thin rope tied to his foot and to a shotgun trigger that was fixed on top of a cupboard. Then the rope was pulled, triggering the shotgun and shooting him in the chest to make it appear as suicide.
Tony Parish - Drugged with Tenzine in his wine, then after he got to the clinic was lured to the stream where he was drowned. After that his body was dragged and hanged from the obstacle course equipment with a rope.
Gordon Leesmith - Strangled while Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca was being played on a CD player and then hung on a wall with his lanyard.
6.2 Death and Dreams Ettie Moore (Along with Guy and Hannah Moore) Andy Moore - Pushed off of a cliff while on a climbing holiday 3 years prior to the events of the episode. (Accomplice)
Martin Wroath - Drugged with Tenzine by being forced to drink from a cup, arranged sitting on a chair with his feet on another chair and had a thin rope tied to his foot and to a shotgun trigger that was fixed on top of a cupboard. Then the rope was pulled, triggering the shotgun and shooting him in the chest to make it appear as suicide.
Tony Parish - Drugged with Tenzine in his wine, then after he got to the clinic was lured to the stream where he was drowned. After that his body was dragged and hanged from the obstacle course equipment with a rope.
Gordon Leesmith - Strangled while Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca was being played on a CD player and then hung on a wall with his lanyard.
6.3 Painted in Blood Alan Pinkney Ruth Fairfax (Actually DC Angela Browning in disguise) - Stabbed in the back with a painter's chisel.
6.4 A Tale of Two Hamlets Danny Pinchel (Along with Phil Harrison) Larry Smith - Blown up after going in a summer house as part of a promotion for the sequel to "The House of Satan".
Frank Webster - Electrocuted while riding his exercise bike after it was connected to a main charge.
6.4 A Tale of Two Hamlets Phil Harrison Larry Smith - Blown up after going in a summer house as part of a promotion for the sequel to "The House of Satan". (Assisted by Danny)
Frank Webster - Electrocuted while riding his exercise bike after it was connected to a main charge. (Assisted by Danny)
Danny Pinchel - Drowned by having his head held in a kettle of gazpacho (tomato soup).
6.5 Birds of Prey Naomi Sinclair Julian Shepherd - Drowned in his bathtub, then placed in his car which was driven into a river to make it appear as suicide.
Charles Edmonton - Dr. Bullard claims it was a heart attack, but Dr. Sinclair says she had something to do with his death.
Eddie Darwin - Chased and run over by a vehicle and died later in bed from internal bleeding.
George Hamilton - While trying to save his African artifacts collection from being burned in a fire, he noticed that an African mask was coming at him with an African spear from his collection. He was then stabbed in the abdomen and fell on top of fire.
7.1 The Green Man Tom Eric Edwards - Killed in 1965 by an axe blow to his head. His body was then placed in the canal among the other skeletons.
7.1 The Green Man Daniel Webster Simon Mayfield - Lured into the woods with a supposed booty call text from Lillian Webster, then as he went to the car he thought was hers, caught his leg into a bear trap and was shot in the head with a .22 calibre rifle.
Steven Curtis - Lured into the woods with a supposed booty call text from Lillian Webster, then was struck and shot in the head with a .22 calibre rifle.
Lillian Webster - Shot in the head with a .22 calibre rifle while sitting on her swing.
7.2 Bad Tidings Lynn Spearman Fiona Thompson - Struck twice with a long knife, then taken to Chaney's Field and had a rose put in her mouth.
Charles Rust - Struck twice with a long knife from behind while sitting in his desk and had an apple put in his mouth. Then had his blackboard cleaned, on it written "AWARDS DAY" and the bell from his house ringed to draw attention.
Jacob Stokes - Stabbed with a long knife while sleeping it off in his cart from being drunk, had a doll put next to him and then burned.
7.3 The Fisher King Per Hansen Roger Heldman - Died in 1970 after the entrance to the Midsomer Barrow was arranged to collapse onto him.
Gareth Heldman - Stabbed repeatedly with an antique spear tip in his right thigh and bled to death.
David Heartley-Reade - Shot in the back with an arrow.
Dr. James Lavery - Hit on the head with a piece of lead piping, then fell into the Millhouse duct where he drowned.
7.4 Sins of Commission Camilla Crofton Richard Rackham - Knocked, had his neck broken and then thrown down a flight of stairs. (Potentially self-defence)
Neville Williams - Pushed to the edge of the building's roof, hit on the head with a rock and fell onto the stone patio bellow. (Potentially self-defence)
Jezebel Tripp - Knocked down and stabbed in the chest with a fence stake. (Claimed to be self-defence)
7.5 The Maid in Splendour Michael Bannerman Jamie Cruickshank - Approached at the old cottage in Hunter's Wood and shot twice in the back with a 12 gauge shotgun while wearing a cap similar to Stephen's. (Not the intended victim)
Stephen Bannerman - Shot in the chest with 12 a gauge shotgun.
7.5 The Maid in Splendour Audrey Monday (Accomplice to these murders) Jamie Cruickshank - Approached at the old cottage in Hunter's Wood and shot twice in the back with a 12 gauge shotgun while wearing a cap similar to Stephen's. (Not the intended victim)
Stephen Bannerman - Shot in the chest with 12 a gauge shotgun.
7.6 The Straw Woman Agnes Waterhouse Rev. Alex Deakin - Drank drugged coffee and taken to the shack where the Straw Woman was kept. The Straw Woman was then cut with a knife, he was put inside while still being unconscious and later that night was burned alive when the "statue" was set on fire as part of the festival.
Rev. Jim Hale - Came in church where he changed into a robe which was poured with phosphorus and toluene that slowly heated it, then saw a pig's head on the altar and his robe caught fire, burning him alive.
Liz Francis - Lured to the church, knocked unconscious with a candlestick and then burned after having her clothes were poured with phosphorus and toluene, slowly heating them.
7.7 Ghosts of Christmas Past Dominic Jones Lydia Villiers - Lured outside of her room by imitating Alfie's scratching on the door then pushed down the stairs and died later in hospital after failing to kill her by car exhaust gas in her garage prior.
Jennifer Carter - Had a 20-bore cartridge put in her pocket and at the shooting party she put the cartridge into a 12-bore shotgun which didn't lodge but slided a few inches down the barrel. As she breaked the gun, the cartridge didn't eject, then she put a 12-bore cartridge and the next time she pulled the trigger, the 12-bore was fired into the unused cartridge, resulting in the shotgun exploding in her face and killing her.
8.1 Things That Go Bump in the Night Janet Pennyman (Along with Ronald Burgess) Patrick Pennyman - Hit on the back of the head with a big candlestick and then had his wrists slit with a box cutter.
Elizabeth Key - Hit on the back of the head with a brick and then had her wrists slit with a box cutter.
John Whittle - Lured to the train tracks and killed by a blow on the back of the head with hammer used to check the railway. His body was then moved further on the track and had his wrists slit with a box cutter.
8.1 Things That Go Bump in the Night Ronald Burgess (Along with Janet Pennyman) Patrick Pennyman - Hit on the back of the head with a big candlestick and then had his wrists slit with a box cutter.
Elizabeth Key - Hit on the back of the head with a brick and then had her wrists slit with a box cutter.
John Whittle - Lured to the train tracks and killed by a blow on the back of the head with hammer used to check the railway. His body was then moved further on the track and had his wrists slit with a box cutter.
8.2 Dead in the Water Clare Bonavita Guy Sweetman - Hit on the head several times with a rock, dragged to the river and had his head held underwater to make him drown. His body was then left to float downstream.
8.3 Orchis Fatalis Jonathan Makepeace Madeline Villiers - Threatened to make her drink a bottle of hemlock unless she told who she sold the yellow roth orchid to, then made to drink the bottle anyway.
Henry Plummer - Strangled from behind with a dead orchid long leaf and then hung to make it appear as suicide.
Munro Hilliard - Stabbed in the back with a pitch fork while sitting in his lounge chair and admiring the yellow roth orchid, then had the orchid stolen.
8.4 Bantling Boy Geoffrey Bruce Hartley - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer.
Dr. John Osgood - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer and had his mouth gagged with a piece of pennant. (Blackmailed to kill)
Trevor Machin - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer and had his mouth gagged with a piece of pennant. (Blackmailed to kill)
Joanna Craxton - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer and had her mouth gagged with a piece of pennant. (Blackmailed to kill)
8.4 Bantling Boy Peter Craxton (Accomplice to these murders) Bruce Hartley - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer.
Dr. John Osgood - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer and had his mouth gagged with a piece of pennant.
Trevor Machin - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer and had his mouth gagged with a piece of pennant.
Joanna Craxton - Killed by a blow to the head with a Farrier's hammer and had her mouth gagged with a piece of pennant.
8.5 Second Sight Pete Kubatski John Ransom - After being thrown out of a pub, was hit on the back of the head with a candlestick and died later in an altercation from internal bleeding.
Dr. Gregory Ransom - Lured on the staircase to Max's laboratory by tampering with the power in the house, then approached and pushed down the stairs.
Max Ransom - Killed by a blow to the back of the head with a large tree branch.
8.6 Hidden Depths Nick Turner Jack Wilmot - Lured to the attic of his house, knocked unconscious with a Cricket bat, stripped and dressed up in identical clothes that Nick would wear that morning. Then he was gagged and tied up, knocked out again, taken to the roof and finally dropped from the roof head first onto a stone patio to make it appear Nick was the victim.
Otto Benham - Drank drugged wine, lured outside of his house where he collapsed onto a white target that was drawn on his lawn and pinned to the ground by croquet hoops. Then he was woken up and slowly killed by having bottles of wine thrown at him with an antique catapult.
Mike Spicer - Knocked unconscious with a pan, tied up and had his head put into a modified TV set. Then he was recorded and forced to take part in a Q and A, each "wrong" answer resulting in the TV set being slowly filled with wine, eventually drowning him. The "game" was named "MIKE SPICER'S GAME FOR YOUR LIFE", a pun on the show Mike used to present "MIKE SPICER'S GAME OF YOUR LIFE".
8.6 Hidden Depths Felicity Turner Jack Wilmot - Lured to the attic of his house, knocked unconscious with a Cricket bat, stripped and dressed up in identical clothes that Nick would wear that morning. Then he was gagged and tied up, knocked out again, taken to the roof and finally dropped from the roof head first onto a stone patio to make it appear Nick was the victim.
Otto Benham - Drank drugged wine, lured outside of his house where he collapsed onto a white target that was drawn on his lawn and pinned to the ground by croquet hoops. Then he was woken up and slowly killed by having bottles of wine thrown at him with an antique catapult. (Accomplice)
Mike Spicer - Knocked unconscious with a pan, tied up and had his head put into a modified TV set. Then he was recorded and forced to take part in a Q and A, each "wrong" answer resulting in the TV set being slowly filled with wine, eventually drowning him. The "game" was named "MIKE SPICER'S GAME FOR YOUR LIFE", a pun on the show Mike used to present "MIKE SPICER'S GAME OF YOUR LIFE". (Accomplice)
8.7 Sauce for the Goose Helen Plummer Dexter Lockwood - Chased and crushed by a pallet of relish being moved by a forklift, then dragged along the factory, stripped and left overnight in a bottle sterilizing machine where he was sprayed with steam that was heated to 200˚ centigrade.
8.7 Sauce for the Goose Ralph Plummer Dexter Lockwood - Chased and crushed by a pallet of relish being moved by a forklift, then dragged along the factory, stripped and left overnight in a bottle sterilizing machine where he was sprayed with steam that was heated to 200˚ centigrade. (Accomplice)
8.8 Midsomer Rhapsody Alan Thorpe Arthur Leggott - Killed by a blow to the head from a torch.
Owen Swinscoe - While throwing up on the edge of a bridge from being drunk was approached and thrown off into the river where he drowned.
Harvey Crane - While riding his motorcycle at high speed, was beheaded by a wire that was strung across the road at the level of his neck.
9.1 The House in the Woods Charlie Magwood P.C. Colin Armstrong - Shot with a gun. Murder took place 18 years prior to the events of the episode.
Caroline Cave - Garroted with a piano wire while sitting in her car.
Peter Cave - Garroted with a piano wire after getting into his car.
Harriet Davis - Garroted with a piano wire while sitting at the table inside Winyard estate.
9.2 Dead Letters Rob Pride Marion Slade - Drugged with Dirathene which made her halucinant and run away from her house and when she was found was drowned in a stream.
Mark Castle - Drugged with Dirathene in Scotch which made him halucinant and when he collapsed in the woods near an Oak had his throat slashed with his own knife.
Dr. Richard Wellow - Stabbed multiple times in the chest with a knife.
9.3 Vixen's Run Annabel Butler Henry York - Locked inside his room, had his house set on fire and, as he tried to escape, fell out on a second floor window after he caught fire.
Sandra Butler - Lured to a window with a flashlight and shot in forehead with rifle that was fired from a long range.
9.4 Down Among the Dead Men Peter Hatchard Martin Barrett - Shot with a double barrel shotgun in the chest while he was standing in the kitchen through a window.
9.5 Four Funerals and a Wedding Lorna Hastings Mildred Danvers - Drank Brandy from her flask that had been spiked with barbiturates.
Rev. Anthony Gant - Shot in the head from a church tower while riding backwards on a donkey as part of the demeaning Skimmington Ride.
Cathy Hewlett - Killed by a blow to the head with a blunt object, taken to the graveyard with a barrow, dumped into an empty grave and buried almost entirely.
9.6 Country Matters Ginny Lamington Frank Hopkirk - Had a stroke from an altercation which knocked him unconscious and made him incapacitated. He was then transported to an old mill and as he regained consciousness and begged for help, was stabbed repeatedly in the chest with one of Rose's kitchen knives.
9.7 Death in Chorus Leo Clarke Connor Simpson - Struck several times on the head with a fireplace poker.
Sam Judd - Shot in the chest with a 12-gauge shotgun, then taken to a cemetery and placed on top of a gravestone. His eyes were then taken by crows.
9.8 Last Year's Model Jamie Cramner Frances Trevelyan - Clubbed to death with a saucepan prior to the events of the episode.
10.1 Dance with the Dead Marissa Clarke Simon Bright - Struck on the head with cane or pipe and placed in his car that was then filled with exhaust gas.
Laura Sharp - Struck on the head with cane or pipe and placed in the car with Simon, but regained consciousness and stumbled out of the car only to be struck on the head several more times. Her body was then buried next to the kennels where she worked.
Tony Kirby - Stabbed in the back several times with a kitchen knife while taking a torch from his car's trunk.
10.2 The Animal Within Jeremy Thacker Rex Masters - Hit on head and then pushed into Crofter's Weir where he drowned.
Miles King - Stabbed in the chest with a kitchen knife.
Eileen Carnack - Stabbed in the back with a kitchen knife while running away after seeing King's body.
10.3 King's Crystal Charles King Alan King - Killed in a car accident. It was found that there was a large quantity of finely ground glass in his stomach which acted as a poison and caused him to lose consciousness and lose control of the car he was driving.
Ian King - Sedated with Barbiturates and hung with a rope that is used in Masonic rituals to make it appear as suicide.
10.4 The Axeman Cometh Jack McKinley Mimi Clifton - Electrocuted while singing by the microphone stand that had been wired to live electrical wires through a small hole in the stage that was drilled the night before. The current was started by pressing an amplifier pedal.
Nicky Harding - Smothered with a pillow while sleeping in the back of his Cadillac and then the car was driven into a swimming pool.
10.5 Death and Dust Bryn Williams Alan Delaney - While driving Dr. Kirkwood's car a tree branch fell and blocked the road making him to crash the car. As he came out to inspect the damage was intentionally thrown off the road by another car and broke his neck. (Not the intended target)
10.6 Picture of Innocence Seb Madrigal Lionel Bell - Strangled with the cord of his light meter.
Steve Bright - Strangled with the strap of his camera.
10.7 They Seek Him Here Raymond Clandillon Nick Cheyney - Drugged with Oramorph and taken to the guillotine. The safety lock was removed and then beheaded.
Gwen Morrison - Drugged with Oramorph and taken to the guillotine. The safety lock was removed and then beheaded.
10.8 Death in a Chocolate Box Gina Colby Maria Godbold - Killed by a blow to the head with the winding handle of the "camera obscura". This murder took place prior to the events of the episode.
Jack Colby - While he was driving his Land Rover through a forest, a shadowy figure appeared in front of his car forcing him off the road. As he laid injured outside the damaged vehicle, was killed by a blow to the head with the winding handle of the "camera obscura".
Eddie Marston - Killed by a blow to the head with the winding handle of the "camera obscura".
11.1 Shot at Dawn Duggie Hammond Tommy Hicks - Executed him by shooting him in the head with his pistol.
11.1 Shot at Dawn Lionel Hicks Henry Hammond - Shot in the head with the same pistol used to kill Tommy Hicks, then his wheelchair was remotely guided to crash into an oncoming truck.
Johnny Hammond - As he opened his garage door with a remote, was shot multiple times by an automatic WWI machine gun from distance that was arranged to start by the same remote.
11.2 Blood Wedding Ned Fitzroy Marina Fellowes - Stabbed with a knife through the chest and pinned to the wall.
Robin Lawson - Shot in the heart with an arrow.
Peggy Benson - While she was sitting in her armchair, was held from behind and stabbed with a hat pin that was pushed through her ear.
11.3 Left for Dead Patrick Bradley Ron Wilson - Pushed over a railing and fell down the stairs.
Jack Purdy - Stabbed with a knife in the stomach, then dragged into his car.
Louise - Tortured by being marked with lighted cigarette butt, then stabbed with a knife. She died later in the hospital.
11.4 Midsomer Life Julia Benson Frederick Tomlin - Held from behind and had his throat slit with a kitchen knife. His body was then burned in charcoal kiln.
Guy Sandys - Stabbed in the heart with a spike used to hold desktop papers and notes.
Eleanor Crouch - Shoved into a large clothes dryer as she was taking the clothes out, locked inside and tumbled to death.
11.4 Midsomer Life Garth Platt Frederick Tomlin - Held from behind and had his throat slit with a kitchen knife. His body was then burned in charcoal kiln. (Helped in the body disposal)
11.5 The Magician's Nephew Tristan Balliol Jean Wildacre - Killed while inside "The Cabinet Of Death" magic prop. The knives had been jammed so they did not retract and the blades had been coated with secretions from the skin of a Poison Dart Frog the night prior. Inside the cabinet was left the handle of the ritualic sword that she used in Rosemary's initiation ceremony in The Temple of Thoth.
Hugo Cartwright - While coming drunk to his shop, tripped on a wire and fell onto broken glass that had been tainted with the secretions from the skin of a Poison Dart Frog. Earlier that day he received the ritualic arrow that he used in Rosemary's initiation ceremony in The Temple of Thoth in pieces.
Aloysius Wilmington - Lured outside where he found the ritualic axe that he used in Rosemary's initiation ceremony in The Temple of Thoth in pieces. As he picked it up was struck in the back of the head with an axe that had been coated with secretions from the skin of a Poison Dart Frog.
11.6 Days of Misrule Matt Parkes Alec Grainger - Clubbed with the butt of a gun during a fight, then put in a large toolbox and sunken in the river.
James Parkes - Stabbed in the hearth with a military pocketknife.
11.7 Talking to the Dead Stanley Goodfellow Terrance Lowther - Stabbed with an antique knife, then buried in Monks Barton Woods.
Colin Thomas - Shot with a shotgun, then buried in Monks Barton Woods.
Molly Thomas - Shot in the back with a shotgun. With her last strengths she pulled a table over and turned the radio that was on top of it on full blast to try to draw attention.
Lynton Pargeter - Knocked unconscious, dragged to and locked inside mechanic Iron Maiden. The mechanism was then turned on, piercing him to dead.
12.1 The Dogleg Murders Martin Crisp Alistair Kingslake - Lured into the woods by having his ball thrown at his forehead. Then was knocked unconscious with a golf club from behind and hit on the head several more times with his one iron golf club to disguise the first hit.
Ed Monkberry - Phoned to lure him into the woods, taken for a walk and stabbed repeatedly in the right side of torso.
12.2 The Black Book Patricia Blackshaw Felicity Law - Tortured by having her hand held on the hotplate, then had her throat slit.
Graham Spate - Knocked unconscious and tied to a table. He was then tortured with a razor blade and finally killed by repeated blows to the head.
Anthony Prideaux - After getting up from his desk, was held from behind and had his throat slit with a razor blade, then pushed on top of the desk.
12.3 Secrets and Spies Jenny Frazer Geoffrey Larkin - Stabbed in the neck with a corkscrew and then the area of the wound was mutilated by the fossilized teeth of a Saber-toothed cat to disguise it. His body was then taken to the cricket pitch.
Nicky Frazer - Phoned to lure him outside, then while he was drunk was stabbed in neck and had his face mutilated by the fossilized teeth of a Saber-toothed cat.
12.4 The Glitch Edward Canning Emily Harte - Intentionally struck by a car while riding Dr. Jeffers bike and then while she laid in the road, the car ran her over. (Not the intended victim)
Daniel Snape - Struck in the head with a large wrench and then dragged under a car lift which was then lowered on top of him.
12.5 Small Mercies Bernice Mary - Died 4 years prior to the events of the episode after drinking "something that didn't agree with her". - Bernice
Richard Tanner - Stabbed in the back with a bodkin and then tied down inside a model village to make it look like Gulliver in Gulliver's travels.
Christa Palfrey - Stabbed in the heart with a trident and fell on her aquatic themed carnival boat.
Harriet Compton - Hit on the head with a hammer.
12.6 The Creeper Elizabeth Chettham (Assisted by Isobel Chettham) David Roper - After he was put to bed due to him being attacked earlier and drunk, had codeine pills forced into his mouth and then smothered with a pillow.
Sylvia Goring - Shot in the neck at close range with a shotgun and the body was arranged to make it appear as suicide. (Accomplice)
12.6 The Creeper Isobel Chettham (Assisted by Elizabeth Chettham) David Roper - After he was put to bed due to him being attacked earlier and drunk, had codeine pills forced into his mouth and then smothered with a pillow.
Sylvia Goring - Shot in the neck at close range with a shotgun and the body was arranged to make it appear as suicide.
12.7 The Great and the Good Howard Richardson Jim Hanley - Throat slit while being held from behind with a sharp pocketknife.
Laurence Mann - Throat slit with a sharp pocketknife while sleeping due to being drunk.
13.1 The Made-to-Measure Murders Unknown An unnamed gardener - Stabbed with his own garden shears in Badger's Drift in 2005.
13.1 The Made-to-Measure Murders Edward Milton Sonia Woodley - Struck on the head and then stabbed with tailor's shears.
Reverend Archie Moreland - Struck on the head and then throat was slashed with tailor's shears.
13.2 The Sword of Guillaume Sir Richard Guillaume Residents of Brighton - Killed with the sword of Guillaume in 1066.
13.2 The Sword of Guillaume Marcia Macintyre Hugh Dalgleish - Decapitated with the sword of Guillaume while on "The Horror Hotel" amusement ride.
Jenny Russell - Decapitated with the sword of Guillaume while in bed.
13.3 Blood on the Saddle Adam Burbage Faye Lennox - Shot through heart while sitting in the Dunk Tank with a shotgun loaded with 44-40 WCF (Winchester Centre Fire) bullets.
Jack Fincher - Dragged to death by ankles after being roped by a horseman.
Leo Fincher - Shot in the chest with a pistol loaded with 44-40 WCF (Winchester Centre Fire) bullets while he was riding his horse, then tied to it and the horse roamed all night with his body in the back. In his hand was put a deck of aces and eights ("Dead man's hand" - Tom Barnaby).
Fergal Jenner - Stabbed in the chest with a Bowie knife.
13.4 The Silent Land An unnamed landlord Landlord's wife - Killed with a meat cleaver years prior to the events of the episode.
Landlord's daughter - Killed with a meat cleaver years prior to the events of the episode.
13.4 The Silent Land Adam Peach Gerald Ebbs - Held from behind with his face down in the dirt of Caroline's grave, then hit on the head with a piece of stone edging taken from the grave site.
Jeff Bowmaker - During a ghost walk, he walked to the top of the staircase in the Saint Fidelis hospital, but was rammed with a wooden pole and fell over the edge of the balcony railing.
13.5 Master Class Sir Michael Fielding (The killings happened at his orders) Orlando Guest - Struck in the back of the head with a log and then strangled by a rope around his neck which was hung from a limb of a tree house.
Reverend Connor Gregory - While sitting and praying at the altar, had his throat slit with a knife, then the body was arranged to stay in that praying position.
13.5 Master Class Miriam Fielding (Along with Constance Fielding) Orlando Guest - Struck in the back of the head with a log and then strangled by a rope around his neck which was hung from a limb of a tree house. (Assisted by Jonas)
Reverend Connor Gregory - While sitting and praying at the altar, had his throat slit with a knife, then the body was arranged to stay in that praying position.
13.5 Master Class Constance Fielding (Along with Miriam Fielding) Orlando Guest - Struck in the back of the head with a log and then strangled by a rope around his neck which was hung from a limb of a tree house. (Assisted by Jonas)
Reverend Connor Gregory - While sitting and praying at the altar, had his throat slit with a knife, then the body was arranged to stay in that praying position.
13.5 Master Class Jonas Slee Orlando Guest - Struck in the back of the head with a log and then strangled by a rope around his neck which was hung from a limb of a tree house. (Assisted by Miriam and Constance)
Reverend Connor Gregory - While sitting and praying at the altar, had his throat slit with a knife, then the body was arranged to stay in that praying position. (Accomplice)
13.6 The Noble Art Gerald Farquaharson Giles Braithwaite - Struck on the head with knuckledusters and suffocated. The body was then arranged sitting at his desk.
Frank Bishop - Struck on the head with knuckledusters and suffocated with a cushion in his house. His body was then taken to his box gym and put to stay on a chair in the corner of the ring to make it appear as a resting boxer.
Iris Holman - Suffocated with a cushion in her flat.
13.7 Not in My Back Yard Liz Gerrard Maureen Stubbs - Stabbed several times in the back with a broken wine bottle.
Clifford Bunting - While he was repairing Norman's sliding door, it was stopped slightly open. As he bent over and put his head through to try to force it to move the door was activated back, which caught his neck and "strangled" him to death.
Geoff Rogers - Drugged by being made to drink Ketamine and then covered with concrete while sitting on the back bench of his car.
13.7 Not in My Back Yard Angela Lawrence (Accomplice to each murder) Maureen Stubbs - Stabbed several times in the back with a broken wine bottle.
Clifford Bunting - While he was repairing Norman's sliding door, it was stopped slightly open. As he bent over and put his head through to try to force it to move the door was activated back, which caught his neck and "strangled" him to death.
Geoff Rogers - Drugged by being made to drink Ketamine and then covered with concrete while sitting on the back bench of his car.
13.8 Fit for Murder Phoebe Archbold Kitty Pottinger - Drank vodka spiked with Temazepam, then drowned in flotation pool during her session.
Luke Archbold - While working out was crushed by weightlifting apparatus which was prior tampered with.
13.8 Fit for Murder Unknown The vicar at Badger's Drift - Found hanging from a bell rope at the end of the episode.
14.1 Death in the Slow Lane Peter Fossett Duncan Palmer - After he was lured to the barn near Darnley Park with a love letter and drove his Cooper T45 there, was knocked unconscious with a wooden plank hung by a rope. His car was then brought inside, he was lifted, put in it and made to shot himself in the head with a pistol to make it appear as a suicide. This happened 49 years ago.
Dave Doggy Day - As he started Kate's classic car with a crank handle and laid down excited of his accomplishment in front of it, the car was put in gear and he was impaled to death with the crank's tip in the chest.
Thomas Brightwell - The steering connector from his MGA was almost cut through, making him to lose control of the vehicle at the first turn and be killed in a car crash.
14.2 Dark Secrets William Bingham Gerry Dawkins - Threatened with a shotgun to get inside his canoe, then struck in the back of the head with the shotgun's butt. The canoe overturned, he fell facedown in the river where he drowned and the current took him downstream where he was found.
Mary Bingham - Heart attack after being crushed by a big stack of newspapers which were pushed onto her.
14.3 Echoes of the Dead David Orchard Dianne Price - Strangled with a ribbon, stripped, "dressed" up with a white curtain that was arranged like a bridal dress with a veil, then placed in a bathtub, the water was let to run, a flower bouquet was put in the room and on the bathroom mirror was written with her red lipstick "Blessed be the Bride".
Fran Carter - Strangled with a ribbon, striped, dismembered with a saw, put in a wicker basket and driven with her car to the train station. The basket was then transported with a sack trolley from the car to the station's hallway, inside the basked were put white rose petals and a note written with Dianne's lipstick which said "NOT WANTED ON VOYAGE" and on top of it a flower bouquet.
Olive Merryman - Bludgeoned with a sledge hammer along with her husband. The room was then decorated with flowers, outside on the room's door was left a note written with Dianne's lipstick which said "Bridal Suite Do Not Disturb", their car was decorated with white rose petals, tin cans and on it was written with the same lipstick "JUSt MaRRIEd".
Len Merryman - Bludgeoned with a sledge hammer along with his wife. The room was then decorated with flowers, outside on the room's door was left a note written with Dianne's lipstick which said "Bridal Suite Do Not Disturb", their car was decorated with white rose petals, tin cans and on it was written with the same lipstick "JUSt MaRRIEd".
14.4 The Oblong Murders Claire Powell Jeremy Lambert - Killed in a boat explosion along with his wife 3 years prior to the events of the episode. The gas pipe on their boat was disconnected and knowing about Carolyn's habit of smoking while she was talking on the phone, the explosion was triggered by calling her as they got inside it.
Carolyn Lambert - Killed in a boat explosion along with her husband 3 years prior to the events of the episode. The gas pipe on their boat was disconnected and knowing about her habit of smoking while she was talking on the phone, the explosion was triggered by calling her as they got inside it.
Max Fuller - Stabbed in the chest with a butcher's knife 3 years prior to the events of the episode (In the night when the Lamberts were murdered).
Freddie Raft - Stabbed in the back with a butcher's knife.
14.5 The Sleeper Under the Hill Trevor Gibson Alex Preston - Hit on the head in his sleep with something heavy, then taken from his house to the Bloodstone where his stomach was disemboweled with a large knife. Later the body was attacked by crows.
Leticia Clifford - Stabbed multiple times in the chest with a large knife, then had a druid symbol carved on her forehead.
14.5 The Sleeper Under the Hill Caradoc Singer Alex Preston - Hit on the head in his sleep with something heavy, then taken from his house to the Bloodstone where his stomach was disemboweled with a large knife. Later the body was attacked by crows. (Accomplice)
Leticia Clifford - Stabbed multiple times in the chest with a large knife, then had a druid symbol carved on her forehead. (Accomplice)
Trevor Gibson - Knocked unconscious by being hit on the head with a hammer, then taken outside where he was put in a barrel full of water and held down to drown.
14.6 The Night of the Stag Samuel Quested Peter Slim - Beaten with a wading staff, chased around the fields with dogs and after he was cornered had his neck broken by being shaken by an apple tree shaker. His body was then dumped in a vat of apple cider. (Assisted by Smudgepot and Wilberforce)
Conrad Walker - Hacked to death with scythes. (Accomplice)
14.6 The Night of the Stag Smudgepot (Along with Wilberforce) Peter Slim - Beaten with a wading staff, chased around the fields with dogs and after he was cornered had his neck broken by being shaken by an apple tree shaker. His body was then dumped in a vat of apple cider. (Assisted by Samuel Quested)
Conrad Walker - Hacked to death with scythes. (At the orders of Samuel Quested)
14.6 The Night of the Stag Wilberforce (Along with Smudgepot) Peter Slim - Beaten with a wading staff, chased around the fields with dogs and after he was cornered had his neck broken by being shaken by an apple tree shaker. His body was then dumped in a vat of apple cider. (Assisted by Samuel Quested)
Conrad Walker - Hacked to death with scythes. (At the orders of Samuel Quested)
14.7 A Sacred Trust Matthew Hendred Mother Thomas Acquinas - Strangled as she was locking away the chickens. (Not the intended victim)
Father Behan - Strangled and was found sitting in his chair.
14.8 A Rare Bird Michael Hipsman Patrick Morgan - Lured into the woods with a rare bird hotline alert on his phone, trapped in a birding net, beaten with his bramble beater and thrown in the lake where he drowned.
Dr. Markham - Lured into the woods with a medical emergency phone call, trapped in a birding net and then shot twice in the chest with a shotgun.
15.1 The Dark Rider Toby DeQuetteville Julian DeQuetteville - While he was traveling with his waggon and tried to catch a headless horseman which got in his way and pointed at him, a big log which was suspended with chains from trees was released and struck him down. His horse then went back to Quitewell Hall with the body on the waggon carriage.
Ludo DeQuetteville - Lured outside of his manor where he was crushed by a stone gargoyle which was dislodged. The previous night he saw a headless horseman pointing at him through the window.
15.1 The Dark Rider Sasha Fleetwood (Blackmailed to be an accomplice in the murders) Julian DeQuetteville - While he was traveling with his waggon and tried to catch a headless horseman which got in his way and pointed at him, a big log which was suspended with chains from trees was released and struck him down. His horse then went back to Quitewell Hall with the body on the waggon carriage.
Ludo DeQuetteville - Lured outside of his manor where he was crushed by a stone gargoyle which was dislodged. The previous night he saw a headless horseman pointing at him through the window.
15.2 Murder of Innocence Deirdre Denning Daniel Denning - Struck and accidentally killed with the butt of a rifle 18 years prior to the events of the episode.
15.2 Murder of Innocence Keith Mulory Mrs. Mulory - Killed in a homicide incident 17-16 years prior to the events of the episode.
15.2 Murder of Innocence Grady Felton
(in the guise of Gareth Dunbar)
Giles Harrison - Injected with a fatal dose of Morphine in the left side of the neck.
Caroline Garrett - While she was away the feed pipe to the gas fire in her house was tampered with, making the gas accumulating. When she got back and light up, the gas ignited resulting in her death by arson.
Kyle Gideon - Injected with a fatal dose of Morphine in the right side of the neck.
Keith Mulory (posing as Grady Felton) - Injected with a fatal dose of Morphine while in the hospital after prior failed attempt to murder by arson on his home.
15.3 Written in the Stars Adrian Sharp Jeremy Harper - Struck on the head with a piece of meteorite from Moonstone Ridge.
Peter Groves - Struck in the chest by a thrown spear whose tip came from Moonstone Ridge and was stolen from the Stanton Museum. The spear was then brought out, put in his hands and the body was arranged to represent the Scorpio constellation.
George Dormer - Throat was impaled by a thrown moonstone disk which triggered cardiac arrest. The disk which originated from Moonstone Ridge, was stolen from the Stanton Museum, the pattern on it which represented the Scorpio constellation was polished and its edges were sharpened prior.
15.4 Death and the Divas Emma Harris Eve Lomax - Stabbed in the neck with a carving fork to make it look like a vampire bite.
Cy Davenport - Stabbed in the back with a carving knife and then fell over a stair railing unto the floor below.
Colin Yule - Brought in a state of unconsciousness by unspecified means, then put on a chair and he suffocated from being wrapped up like an Egyptian mummy.
15.5 The Sicilian Defence Laura Parr Edward Stannington - After having his car bumper smashed and chased after the person who he thought was his assailant, was stabbed in the back with a large pick that is used for ice climbing. He then had put in his mouth notes which described half of the chess moves Jason used to defeat Kostelov.
David Farmer - While he bent down in his car to get a cross jewelry, was strangled with a smooth rope, possibly a climbing rope. He then had put in his mouth notes which described half of the chess moves Jason used to defeat Kostelov.
15.6 Schooled in Murder Hayley Brantner Debbie Moffett - A shelf on which were cheese wheels was pushed on top of her, pinning her down and then was killed by a blow to the head with a large wheel of cheese.
Oliver Ordish - Garroted by cheese-cutting wire and then his mouth was stuffed with maggots.
Gregory Brantner - Stabbed through the heart (from behind) with a cheese needle.
Helen Caxton - Hit over the head with a shovel and left to be trampled by cows which were left to gather in a tight barn.
16.1 The Christmas Haunting Pippa Fergus-Johnson Conor Bridgeman - During a paranormal investigation a door was slowly opened and as he approached it was stabbed in the costal cartilage and then in the heart with an antique sword which was allegedly made by the blacksmith himself.
Ross Clymer - During a paranormal investigation the door to his walk-in freezer was left open and as he approached it was killed by a blow to the head with a blacksmith's hammer. Then he fell or was pushed inside and the door was closed to echo the ghost story.
16.2 Let Us Prey Arthur Gould Nancy Dewar - Taken to the river and struck in the back of the head before having it covered with a burlap sack to make it look like one of the deaths in the fresco. She was then thrown in the river where she drowned.
Frank Dewar - Crushed by 2 tons of rubble which were dumped on him to make it look like one of the deaths in the fresco and left to bleed to death.
Philip Hamilton - Tied to his bed in his sleep with chains and impaled in the chest by heavy chandelier with a sharp spike which was released from above to make it look like one of the deaths in the fresco.
16.3 Wild Harvest Angela Linklater Martin Strickland - Drugged with Valerian in his drink, taken into the woods and tied down to a tree. His body was then smeared with truffle oil, attracting a wild boar which eat most of his chest and stomach.
Amy Strickland - Cooked a wild celery and mushroom soup, but the celery was replaced prior with hemlock water dropwort, a poisonous plant whose roots are known by the name of "Dead Man's Fingers". When she tasted the soup the hemlock caused respiratory failure and killed her. (Not the intended victim)
16.4 The Flying Club Stephanie King Bernard King - As he saw the light in his plane turned on and went to investigate was hit on the head with a large pipe wrench. He was then put in the passenger seat, the plane took off and the body was thrown out into a lake.
Eddie Rayner - While running to escape, was hit in the head by the wheel of a plane that chased him down.
16.5 The Killings of Copenhagen Clara Trout Eric Calder - While on a business trip in Copenhagen, he received and opened an empty tin of biscuits that had been laced with strychnine. The poison caused convulsions and paralysis of the nerves and muscles that control breathing. Cause of death was asphyxiation.
Julian Calder - Rendered unconscious, tied to a chair and had Malt Whiskey forced down his throat, asphyxiating him. He was then packed along with the biscuit shipment and sent to Copenhagen to the Toft Biscuits Factory.
Ernest Bradley - Stabbed through the heart with a carving fork and then his body was arranged at a table with an apple placed in his mouth along with his brother's.
Atticus Bradley - After witnessing Ernest dead, was stabbed through the heart with a carving fork and then his body was arranged at a table with an apple placed in his mouth along with his brother's.
17.1 The Dagger Club Nick Summersbee Suzie Colebrooke - Received a package containing a boobytrapped roulette wheel with a note "To Suzie from Maggie. Whatever You Do Don't Touch The Spinner." and as she spinned it, was killed by a massive electrical shock from the roulette's mechanism.
Cecilie Petersen - Received a package containing a boobytrapped roulette wheel with a note "To Cecilie from Me. Whatever You Do Don't Touch The Spinner." and as she spinned it, was killed by a massive electrical shock from the roulette's mechanism.
Niall Colebrooke - Knocked unconscious by receiving a blow to the back of the head, possibly with a wood plank, then lifted onto a printing press and crushed to death.
George Summersbee - Chased through the woods, then, once he was alone, was held from behind and stabbed in the left side of the neck with a dagger.
17.2 Murder by Magic Sir Hugo Melmoth Villagers of Midsomer Oaks - Killed in pagan rituals and sacrifices in the 18th century.
17.2 Murder by Magic Villagers of Midsomer Oaks Sir Hugo Melmoth - Trapped and thrown into a fire on the 23rd of June 1802.
17.2 Murder by Magic Carole Latimer Hannah Altman - Crushed by a suspended metal cage during a magic illusion after the cables that were holding it were blown up remotely.
Andrew Maplin - Phoned to be lured to a pagan ceremonial site and killed with a knife that was thrown into his chest. The knife was then brought out, his body was wrapped up like a mummy with a leaf mask on his head, put on top of the stone altar and finally stabbed in the chest again.
Annabel Latimer - Shot in the chest with a pistol.
17.3 The Ballad of Midsomer County Tom Asher Johnny Carver - Shot in the head with a shotgun at close range and the scene was arranged to appear as suicide 25 years prior to the events of the episode.
Toby Winning - Drowned when his head was held from behind in a bowl of water containing eels and hard boiled eggs.
Brian Grey - Lured to the stage with music played from the sound controller and crushed by a large stage speaker that was pushed. He then had roses put in his mouth.
Frank Wainwright - Lured outside of his pub where he found a potted juniper tree and then was stabbed in the chest with an umbrella pole.
17.4 A Vintage Murder Elspeth Rice Jessica Tyler - Killed in a vehicular hit and run 5 years prior to the episode.
17.4 A Vintage Murder Judy Tyler Nadia Simons - Intentionally struck by a vehicle and then dragged into the wine fermenting facility where the vents on the vats were then opened, releasing CO2 gas. Cause of death was CO2 poisoning (Hypocapnea).
Louis Paynton - Lured to a room on the upper floor and then pushed off the balcony, landing on the roof of the atrium and was impaled in the chest by a support stake.
18.2 The Incident at Cooper Hill Abigail Tonev Eric Tonev - Struck on the head with a rock on the 4th of August 1984.
18.2 The Incident at Cooper Hill Nathan Tonev Felicity Ford - Knocked unconscious and drowned in a van inside a barrel containing experimental resin. The cocoon containing the body was then left in the woods.
Yasmin Ali - Knocked unconscious and drowned in a van inside a barrel containing experimental resin. The cocoon containing the body was then taken to the woods and tied upside-down from a big tree branch.
Carter Faulkner - Knocked unconscious by a blow to the back of the head with a tree branch and drowned in a van inside a barrel containing experimental resin. The body was then left near his trailer.
18.3 Breaking the Chain Kim Fosse Greg Eddon - While he was riding on training bike, a wrench was thrust into the spokes of the rear wheel, throwing him off the bike and causing him to strike his head. Then he was injected with a fatal dose of a powerful neurotoxin (clostridium botulinum) which caused respiratory failure.
Aiden McCordell - Struck on the head with a bicycle chain, then his lungs were pumped with a high-pressure air compressor, rupturing them.
18.4 A Dying Art Summer Pitt Brandon Monkford - Killed by a blow to the head with a hammer. The body was then dragged and positioned up against a sculpture fountain that had gold-colored paint running through it.
Tony Pitt - Knocked unconscious by a blow to the head with a climbing hook and dragged to a flat stone sculpture where he was laid on top. Then a crane dropped a large stone ball, crushing him and cargo netting was arranged over the body.
Lance Auden - Killed by a blow to the head with a hammer. The body was then positioned on a pole as a standing statue on a stage containing other standing human sculptures.
18.5 Saints and Sinners Penny Henderson Zoe Dyer - Rendered unconscious with chloroform and then rolled into a pit and buried alive with a digger/excavator.
Alex Dyer - Phoned to be lured to the graveyard where he was rendered unconscious with chloroform, dragged to a grave and then crushed by a large gravestone that was pushed onto him.
Christopher Corby - While sitting at his desk, was stabbed in the back through the chair and his body with a 16th century pike from his collection.
18.6 Harvest of Souls Niall Deeley Harry Wyham - Drank alcohol laced with a lethal dose of ketamine and died later inside the horse stable. His body was then dragged into a horse stall where it was trampled by a horse that was startled by the noise from a gun shot.
Clara Myerscough - Lured in a veterinary outbuilding and incapacitated with a cattle prod. She was then placed into an equine spa that was flooded with water, drowning her.
Dale Nevins - Impaled in the chest by a carnaval wood stake while riding in the Wall of Death motordrome attraction.
19.1 The Village That Rose from the Dead Julian Lennard Finn Thornberry - Knocked off his bike by a wire that was strung across the road and then run over by a World War II Tank left on the village green.
Roderick Craven - While walking with Paddy, the dog was baited with an ultrasound whistle. As he went after the dog he fell into a foxhole, hitting his head and becoming unconscious. He was then brought out, poisoned with cyanide in his flask and left near an abandoned building.
Milo Craven - Knocked unconscious by a blow to the head with a shovel. With his keys, was dragged and left into a room full of snakes that were set free. He was ultimately killed by snake constriction, squeezing his body and cutting off his blood flow.
19.2 Crime and Punishment Barbara Walton Frank Lockston - Killed in a vehicular hit and run 2 years prior to the events of the episode.
Angus Colton - Killed by a blow to the back of the head with meat tenderizer, then dragged and locked in a walk-in meat freezer.
Azeem Meer - Killed by a blow to the head with a hammer.
19.3 Last Man Out Germaine Troughton Leo Henderson - Knocked unconscious by a ball fired from a Cricket practice machine. As he fell backwards onto a net, the speed at which the balls were fired was raised to maximum, then the machine was turned back on, firing more balls straight at him. Finally a ball hit his heart and stopped it.
Fitz Theara - Lured to the village outskirt at the tree where Cilla disappeared and stabbed from the back through his stomach with a sharp cricket stump, falling onto the tree. Then, until he was pinned to it, blunt force was used on the end of the cricket stump several times.
19.4 Red in Tooth & Claw Shray Varma Seb Huntington - Stabbed in the neck with scissors.
Cleo Langton - Rabbit fur was placed in her car's ducts and as she was driving and turned on the A.C. system with the windows closed it triggered her allergy to rabbits. The allergy medication was removed from her purse, resulting in her death by respiratory failure.
19.5 Death by Persuasion Nell Fryer Samantha Berry - Stabbed in the neck with a feathered quill whos nib was dipped in succinylcholine. Cause of death was asphyxiation.
Ronin Chow - Chest was pierced by a knife dropped from above by a hovering drone.
19.6 The Curse of the Ninth Natalie Wheeler Leon Hunt - Strangled with a string from his violin and then had music sheets from the song Totenfeier put in his mouth.
Vernon De Harthog - Inhaled Strychnine Poison that was imbedded on the strings and bows of his viola while he was playing it. Cause of death was asphyxiation.
20.1 The Ghost of Causton Abbey Monks and residents from near Causton Abbey Brother Jozef - Caught and locked in the abbey's cell, then executed by being boiled alive in his old cauldron in 1539. This was a sentence after being accused of poisoning people with his beer.
20.1 The Ghost of Causton Abbey Jenny Moss Adam Osoba - Pushed into a boiling beer vat and boiled alive after the vat's hatch was pulled closed.
Emani Taylor - Stabbed in the abdomen with a two prongs brewing tool (similar to a pitchfork) from the 16th century. She was then dragged to the memorial site where Brother Jozef was killed.
20.1 The Ghost of Causton Abbey Irene Taylor Emani Taylor - Stabbed in the abdomen with a two prongs brewing tool (similar to a pitchfork) from the 16th century. She was then dragged to the memorial site where Brother Jozef was killed. (Accomplice)
20.2 Death of the Small Coppers Grady Palmerston Anders Nisson - Pushed off a bridge and drowned in the river 17 years prior to the events of the episode.
20.2 Death of the Small Coppers Leo Scott Mahesh Sidana - Rendered unconscious with ethyl acetate, run through the chest with an earth auger and then hung on a wall in front of an image of a large "Small Copper" butterfly.
Grady Palmerston - Rendered unconscious with ethyl acetate, tied to a chair that was connected to his TV and an electrical source and had electrical connectors put on his head. He was then forced to take part in a quiz game, each wrong answer or time up resulting in him receiving an electrical shock and the current rising. Finally was killed by cardiac arrest.
20.3 Drawing Dead Timothy Argo Conrad Argo - Beaten to death with a fireplace poker 2 years prior to events of the episode.
20.3 Drawing Dead Juno Starling Conrad Argo - Beaten to death with a fireplace poker 2 years prior to events of the episode. (Accomplice)
Francesca Lounds - Killed by unplugging the life-support respirator and having stuffed a rolled up comic book in her mouth after being in a coma for two years. She was knocked out by a horse's hoof.
Barrett Lounds - While sitting in his desk chair, was pulled behind onto a large paper cutter and had his throat slit by it.
20.4 The Lions of Causton Neville Gallagher Mark Adler - Had sleeping pills given to him and then looked inside a Cryogenic treatment chamber where the temperature was set to minus 150 degrees, freezing him to death.
Dominic Braun - Knocked unconscious with a cooking weight standard, dragged near a counter and left on the ground on his back. He was then drowned with Hot Chocolate that was put to melt in a cauldron on top of the counter and that was poured on top of his head, "enrobing" it.
20.5 Till Death Do Us Part Marcia Jackson Eddie Jackson - Killed with a drug overdose after being in pain from the disease he was suffering from 1 year prior to the events of the episode.
20.5 Till Death Do Us Part Hazel Webster Laurel Newman - Tortured by being held on the bed on her front and having her corset being pulled too tightly. This caused massive internal bleeding when a broken rib punctured her spleen.
Serena Madison - Shot in the abdomen by a confetti shooter that was filled with ball bearings.
Aisha Khalique - Pushed over the railing of the second floor balcony (claimed accidentally).
20.6 Send in the Clowns Daniella Bellini Terry Bellini - Shot in the heart with a .240 calibre bullet fired from a rifle.
Ashley Denton - Stabbed through the chest by a prop sword while volunteering to be in a circus act. The sword was sharpened and had the retraction mechanism locked prior. (Not the intended victim)
Curtis Ferabbee - Accidentally pushed off an industrial catwalk by a metal trolley onto a conveyor belt that let into a pig gassing and slaughtering machine. Inside he was poisoned with CO2 and was finally lifted onto an overhead storage system amongst other pigs.
21.1 The Point of Balance Ray Wilder Rosa Corrigan - Hit on the head and she started to scream. In order to be silenced, was gagged with her tulle to make her choke, but the shock triggered a heart attack, part of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy symptom of which she was suffering. The scene was then arranged to look like a robbery.
Duncan Corrigan - Chased in the Biorobotics Institute and refuged inside the gigantic industrial robotic arm's chamber. The arm was then remotely controlled and killed him by delivering a massive blow to his head.
21.1 The Point of Balance Jake Hannity (Accomplice to each murders) Rosa Corrigan - Hit on the head and she started to scream. In order to be silenced, was gagged with her tulle to make her choke, but the shock triggered a heart attack, part of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy symptom of which she was suffering. The scene was then arranged to look like a robbery.
Duncan Corrigan - Chased in the Biorobotics Institute and refuged inside the gigantic industrial robotic arm's chamber. The arm was then remotely controlled and killed him by delivering a massive blow to his head.
21.2 The Miniature Murders Maxine Dobson Nico Dearden - Shot in the head with a wooden bullet fired from a Swedish semiautomatic gun some weeks prior to the events of the episode.
Alexander Beauvoisin - Shot in the chest with a wooden bullet fired from a Swedish semiautomatic gun through a miniature house. (Accomplice)
Jemima Starling - Held from behind and had her throat slit with a small penknife. (Accomplice)
21.2 The Miniature Murders Carys Nicholson Nico Dearden - Shot in the head with a wooden bullet fired from a Swedish semiautomatic gun some weeks prior to the events of the episode. (Accomplice)
Alexander Beauvoisin - Shot in the chest with a wooden bullet fired from a Swedish semiautomatic gun through a miniature house.
Jemima Starling - Held from behind and had her throat slit with a small penknife.
21.3 The Sting of Death Noah Lyster Dr. Serena Lowe - Knocked unconscious by a blow to the head with a metallic bottle which had a hexagon on its bottom and taken outside. Her head and throat were then covered in liquid swarm lure and the nearby swarm that was on the loose was attracted with a torch, stinging her to death. Prior a candle labeled "Doctor" was lit and after the murder it was blown off.
Cal Ingalls - Knocked unconscious by a blow to the head with a metallic bottle which had a hexagon on its bottom and injected with a fatal dose of bee venom in his neck. He was then taken to his home gym, strung up on ropes and had a lighted beeswax candle put on top of his head which melted and covered his body. Prior a candle labeled "Deceiver" was lit and after the murder it was blown off.
21.4 With Baited Breath Griffin Twigg Lola Silvermane - Run over by a Jeep, then put inside it and the Jeep was pushed into the lake 10 years prior to the events of the episode. (Helped by Lex, Ned and Blaise)
21.4 With Baited Breath Artie Blythe Lex Bedford - Lured to an electric jungle obstacle in the Mud Run Race and as he was crossing it, the obstacle was turned up to a higher, lethal current, electrifiing him to death.
Ned Skye - Killed in the woods and his body was then taken to a fishing shop and placed in a barrel containing bait grubs.
Cornelius Tetbury - Shot in the back of the head with a slingshot while wearing Griffin's hat. His body was then dragged to a bait freezer and dumped inside. (Not the intended victim)
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