- 1. - Hey, Mum.
- I was worried. It's almost six.
- 2. I took a detour after Luss
to show Pia the pretty way.
- 3. I slept through it. Hi.
- 4. Pia, Mum. Mum, Pia.
- 5. - Nice to meet you.
- You too.
- 6. Janet.
- 7. - Pretty wee thing you've captured.
- 8. Hey, I'm flattered. Thank you.
- 9. - I like your accent.
- 10. What was that, love?
- 11. Ditto.
- 12. Uh, "ditto."
- 13. Oh!
- 14. So, did you grow up in America?
Or are you originally from—
- 15. Jesus, Mum!
- 16. US, born and bred.
- 17. Okay.
- 18. I hope you're both hungry.
- 19. - Yeah.
- 20. Who's the pianist?
- 21. Dad was.
- 22. - Is that him?
- Aye. Kenneth.
- 23. "Kenny," Mum called him.
- 24. Is it creepy if I say
he looks good in that cap?
- 25. A bit. Yeah.
- 26. Tomorrow, we'll show Pia
around the village,
- 27. and then we'll probably
set off Monday morning.
- 28. - You're only staying two nights?
- Well, we've got to head on to Rùm.
- 29. To shoot, uh, my film—
- 30. Our... our film.
- 31. Uh, about the rare egg guy.
- 32. So, that's what your documentary's about?
This egg collector from Rùm?
- 33. He's not a collector. He...
- 34. he guards rare eggs
against collectors who want to steal them.
- 35. It's, uh, it's a big trade.
- 36. The way I see it,
this is going to be a story
- 37. about one of the last remaining holdouts
against the commodification of nature.
- 38. Not about a man who watches eggs?
- 39. Well, yeah, but it—
- 40. He's like a vigilante.
- 41. A guardian angel.
- 42. Egg theft is illegal,
- 43. but the local cops aren't interested,
or they're too lazy.
- 44. I mean...
- 45. Maybe if someone who looked like me
were stealing the eggs—
- 46. They're probably just overstretched.
Policing's a very demanding job.
- 47. As your dad knew.
- 48. - Mm.
- Yeah. I mean...
- 49. Yeah.
- 50. I saw that photo of him in uniform,
- 51. and 20 minutes later,
I'm shit-mouthing the cops? Like...
- 52. She hates me.
- 53. - No, she doesn't. She likes you.
- She said that?
- 54. It's just, anything with Dad...
- 55. She's sensitive. She misses him.
- 56. Well, of course. I mean, you must too.
- 57. In theory.
- 58. Sort of do.
- 59. I was eight when he died,
- 60. so most of my life,
he's just been a few photographs.
- 61. Mm.
- 62. He was ill quite a while before he died.
- 63. Uh, needed a lot of caring, you know.
- 64. I think that really took it out of Mum.
- 65. Whole place was a lot quieter
from then on.
- 66. Seriously, are you hard right now?
- 67. I am.
- 68. That is...
- 69. totally inappropriate.
- 70. I'm so, so sorry.
- 71. Does that thing work?
- 72. Uh, last time I checked.
- 73. No tape. Boo.
- 74. - What were you gonna film with it?
- Here. Watch.
- 75. You okay? Good to go?
- 76. What's "Burgerack"?
- 77. Bergerac. Old detective show.
- 78. Your folks were seriously into it.
- 79. That's a whole lot of Bergerac.
- 80. Uh, Mum had a crush on John Nettles.
- 81. The... the guy who played Bergerac.
She used to say he had a nice bum.
- 82. I do not wanna think about your mom
getting wet over some dude's butt.
- 83. Well, he did have a nice one.
- 84. You heading out?
- 85. Just taking Pia to the loch.
- 86. Might get windy.
I can fill you a thermos with some tea.
- 87. - It's no bother, Mum.
- 88. Have a nice time.
- 89. - It's okay.
- We should leave now.
- 90. It's like something from a painting.
- 91. That's because
people paint landscapes.
- 92. I mean, this place is amazing.
I can't believe it's so empty.
- 93. We're the only ones here. It's weird.
- 94. Davis McCardle.
- 95. I told you
never to show your face in here again.
- 96. You can walk right back out that door now!
- 97. Hello, Stuart.
- 98. How are you doing, you fucking wank?
- 99. Hey! What the fuck is with that hair, eh?
You gonna tell me your pronouns?
- 100. I just let it grow a bit. You know?
- 101. I thought you were in London,
studying woke film theory,
- 102. or whatever you call it.
- 103. Someday, this guy will be polishing BAFTAs
- 104. and forgetting about us poor wee shites
he used to cut about with.
- 105. Years ago, Stuart made a model
for my short video.
- 106. A spaceship.
- 107. - Yeah, a Solaris tribute.
- With a working engine.
- 108. You get the picture.
- 109. Said if he ended up
making the next Star Wars,
- 110. I'd help out with the special effects,
but he's, uh...
- 111. he's turned his back on us old gadgies
now he's down the big town, eh?
- 112. - See, he's not even introducing you to me.
- Oh, sorry.
- 113. This is Pia.
- 114. - She was in my film course as well.
- 115. - Oh, your course, was it?
- 116. He thinks they're gonna name it
after him someday.
- 117. Well, I thought they were gonna name it
after me, so...
- 118. Yes, well, that would be
the smart move, eh?
- 119. What with fucking diversity and all that.
- 120. Uh, three pints on the house. No charge.
- 121. Crisps all around?
- 122. It's a shame he's dragged you
out of London up to this ghost town, eh?
- 123. All the holiday atmosphere of a hospice.
- 124. You're still in business.
- 125. Skin of the teeth, man. Look around.
- 126. We are on our arse.
- 127. I keep telling Dad
if things don't pick up,
- 128. we'll just have to bite the bullet
and jack it fucking in.
- 129. Speak of the cunt.
- 130. - What are you doing?
- Well, I sh... I should say hello.
- 131. No, no, don't bother.
- 132. That'll be his fifth refill today.
- 133. The only reason
he comes downstairs these days.
- 134. Christ.
- 135. Oh, there he goes.
- 136. Up to his pit.
- 137. Is he... is he depressed, or—
- 138. Of course he's depressed.
- 139. There used to be three pubs around here.
- 140. And now we're the last man standing.
- 141. it's a proper dead zone.
- 142. I don't get it.
It's so beautiful around here. I—
- 143. How are you not overrun with tourists?
- 144. 'Cause of Iain Adair.
- 145. Who is Iain Adair?
- 146. - You didn't tell her about Iain Adair?
- Come on.
- 147. - It's... it's a bit—
- Who is Iain Adair?
- 148. Okay, okay, fine. So...
- 149. Iain Adair was a guy who lived
up at Five Acres Farm on the hill there
- 150. with his mum and dad.
- 151. People said he was quiet, easily led,
not too bright. All of that, you know?
- 152. But really, he was just some local guy.
- 153. - Anyway—
- Turned out he tortured and killed people.
- 154. I was building up to that.
- 155. I haven't got your storytelling instincts.
You tell it.
- 156. - No, you spoiled it now.
- No, not the end bit with your dad.
- 157. - What end bit with your dad?
- Can I just start from the beginning?
- 158. Yeah, just pretend
you don't know the murder stuff yet.
- 159. - Sure.
- 160. So,
- 161. picture it.
- 162. There used to be loads
of holidaymakers here.
- 163. Loads of them.
- 164. In 1997, this couple in their twenties
hire a cottage for their honeymoon.
- 165. Back when we still had tourists.
- 166. Sorry.
- 167. - They were here for about a week.
- Mr. Smiley.
- 168. Loads of people saw them.
- 169. Dad said they drank in here
a couple of nights.
- 170. Come the end of the week,
they're supposed to have left.
- 171. The cleaner comes to get their cottage
ready for the next booking.
- 172. Their car's parked outside.
- 173. And all their stuff's still there.
- 174. No sign of them. Gone.
- 175. - Creepy.
- Very creepy.
- 176. - So, of course, Dad gets called in.
- His dad was a local policeman.
- 177. - Aye, she knows that.
- Oh. Okay, sorry.
- 178. So, Dad's asking around, right?
Knocking on doors.
- 179. This couple is nowhere to be found.
- 180. Vanished off the face of the earth
and all that.
- 181. After a day or two,
it becomes a big story.
- 182. Mm.
- 183. Tabloids pick it up.
- 184. Place is swarming with journalists.
It's a frenzy.
- 185. But then weeks go by,
and there's no sign of them. Nothing.
- 186. And then Princess Diana died. You know?
- 187. Papers moved onto that.
Story fizzles out. Finished.
- 188. Until one day—
- 189. One night.
- 190. Mm.
- 191. Iain Adair's drinking in here.
- 192. - In here?
- He drank in here all the time.
- 193. Always sat right there.
- 194. Anyway, this night,
- 195. he's had way more than usual.
- 196. People say he's talking weird.
- 197. He's making a nuisance of himself.
- 198. There's a poster of the missing couple
on the wall.
- 199. He even makes comments about the girl.
And your dad—
- 200. Yeah, the auld pissheid,
he tells Iain he's barred.
- 201. Iain tells him to fuck off.
- 202. Says he's got half a mind
to come back and shoot the place up.
- 203. Nice.
- 204. Dad's worried now 'cause Iain's a farmer.
He's got a shotgun.
- 205. So, Dad asks Kenneth, his dad,
- 206. to go and check in on Iain,
have a word with him.
- 207. - So then Dad—
- His dad, Kenneth.
- 208. - Of course it's my dad.
- 209. Dad drives up to Five Acres.
- 210. Knocks on the door.
- 211. Says, "I just wanna talk to you," etc.
- 212. Iain doesn't answer.
- 213. Dad's walking back to his car
when Iain opens the upstairs window and...
- 214. shoots him.
- 215. Sorry. He shot your dad?
- 216. - Yeah.
- 217. - Not fatally, in the shoulder. Bad though.
- Holy shit.
- 218. So Dad, crawling back to his car,
calls for backup,
- 219. when, from inside the house...
- 220. Bang! Bang! Bang!
- 221. Then nothing.
- 222. Backup arrives.
- 223. They go in.
- 224. Iain Adair shot his mum and dad,
- 225. Total wipeout.
- 226. - Farmicide.
- 227. While they're looking around the farm,
- 228. they check out the cellar.
- 229. Oh God.
- 230. Behind a wardrobe,
there's a hidden door leading to a bunker.
- 231. - Old WWII, or '60s, or something.
- Here we go.
- 232. And inside,
it's like a torture room.
- 233. This guy had been abducting people.
- 234. Keeping them down there and doing
God knows what for weeks at a time.
- 235. And then burying the bodies
out in the fields.
- 236. The honeymoon couple?
- 237. - Fuck me, and the rest of them.
- The rest?
- 238. Around here, the countryside
can be pretty dangerous.
- 239. There's deep water and all that, you know?
- 240. Sometimes, people went missing.
- 241. Walker takes a wrong turn, you know?
- 242. Someone rents a kayak
and doesn't come back.
- 243. Over the years,
nobody was really totting it all up.
- 244. - How many we talking about?
- 245. Oh.
- 246. All been tortured.
- 247. And the rest of it.
Dark sex things. Really extreme stuff.
- 248. - Yeah. Okay.
- It'd give you nightmares.
- 249. So...
- 250. Yeah, that was Iain Adair.
- 251. That is a lot.
- 252. - Mm-hmm.
- 253. And as you can imagine,
it doesn't look great on TripAdvisor.
- 254. End result?
- 255. Fuck-all visitors.
- 256. - Didn't just shit in his victims' mouths.
- Don't know he did that.
- 257. He shat on the tourist trade too.
- 258. But your dad, he recovered.
- 259. - I mean...
- Well, his injuries weren't that bad.
- 260. - He was in hospital a couple of weeks.
- 261. But while he was in there, he got MRSA.
- 262. And that killed him over time.
- 263. So, far as Mum's concerned,
Iain Adair killed Dad too.
- 264. Well...
- 265. - She's not wrong.
- 266. - Another pint?
- 267. Magda!
- 268. Three pints.
- 269. Can we go see where it happened?
- 270. It's perfect.
- 271. You don't see it?
- 272. - See what?
- Can we get in there?
- 273. No. It's boarded up. There's planks.
Why would we wanna get in there?
- 274. Because. This is what our film
should be about.
- 275. All of this.
- 276. What? This?
- 277. Wha—
- 278. Quaint little village,
- 279. but for years, this Hannibal Lecter dude
has been operating a death den?
- 280. At the heart of it? I mean, it's a story.
- 281. - It's an actual story.
- Are you serious?
- 282. - Well, yeah.
- 283. - We're meeting the egg guy on Wednesday.
- Fuck the egg guy. I'm sorry. Come on.
- 284. Come on!
- 285. You said you liked the egg idea.
- 286. Oh, babe.
- 287. I kinda liked it.
- 288. Just like I kinda like plain pasta
in a pinch. But I love this.
- 289. I love it!
- 290. So, um...
- 291. A... a true crime film about Iain Adair?
- 292. We can pitch
to production companies, who will fund it.
- 293. I had a meeting with Kate Cezar
at Historik. She might go for this.
- 294. - People know the story.
- I didn't.
- 295. I mean, it's not a whodunit.
There's no mystery.
- 296. Are you nuts?
- 297. The mystery is,
"How could someone do that shit?"
- 298. It's "What the fuck?"
It's "Give me the details."
- 299. And the details are so awful,
it is irresistible.
- 300. - Sounds tacky.
- No, no, no, no, no, no!
- 301. We won't let it be.
- 302. It'll be a... a solid piece.
- 303. Well-made, high-end.
- 304. And it's exploring
the biggest topic, life and death.
- 305. It's just not the kind of thing
I want us to make. Okay?
- 306. Well, then, what do you want to make?
- 307. A meditation on the Egg Man of Rùm
- 308. that will maybe play at a festival
- 309. and maybe be admired
by a couple dozen documentary nerds?
- 310. Or something that people will watch?
- 311. Something they actually want to see!
- 312. If you don't wanna make it, I will.
- 313. Iain Adair shot my dad.
- 314. He died, Pia.
- 315. He fucking died.
- 316. - That's real. That's not fucking content.
- Of course. That's not what I meant.
- 317. It'd dredge up so much shit for Mum.
She lost her husband.
- 318. Okay, okay, and we can make that point.
- 319. He was a victim too.
- 320. You said that he's been forgotten
in all of this.
- 321. It was so good. Thank you.
- 322. Did you not like the dauphinoise?
- 323. Uh, I just try to limit my carbs.
- 324. But what I had was delicious.
- 325. Oh.
- 326. Good.
- 327. We would do it justice.
- 328. It would feel and look professional.
- 329. Babe.
- 330. It's a brilliant idea.
- 331. Visual showcase. Bring the tourists back.
- 332. What was the name of that Netflix thing?
About the guy that killed women?
- 333. Maybe narrow that down.
- 334. One of them,
he ate her own eye in front of her.
- 335. The Waltonville Claw.
- 336. So, half this show
was just amazing, constant footage
- 337. of Waltonville, forests and mountains,
- 338. fucking waterfalls!
- 339. Looked like a brochure.
- 340. Yeah, my cousin actually booked a holiday
just off how it looked.
- 341. Hm.
- 342. He said the place was fucking heaving
when he got there.
- 343. Cunts get a load of this place
on their 4K fucking flat screens
- 344. and they will be crawling all over us
like flies on dog shite,
- 345. but with money.
- 346. I've even got a drone you can use.
- 347. - Opening shot.
- Moody piano chord. I love it.
- 348. - Of course you've got a drone.
- Of course you're a cunt about it.
- 349. Ah!
- 350. I've got something even better.
- 351. Wait there.
- 352. Hang on.
- 353. - Okay.
- 354. This is my mum's curiosity box.
- 355. She was fucking obsessed
with the whole thing. Obsessed.
- 356. My dad fucking hated it.
- 357. This is a whole archive.
- 358. I'd call it
a morbidly obsessive collection.
- 359. Man, he looks creepy.
- 360. It's not every day one of your regulars
turns out to be Vlad the fucking Impaler.
- 361. - She was bound to want a souvenir.
- Will she mind if we borrow it?
- 362. She won't give a fuck.
She's been dead for four years.
- 363. We can hook this up.
- 364. Mum's Stone Age VCR.
- 365. Yeah. Ooh!
- 366. It's got a tape in it.
- 367. Mm.
- 368. Of course.
- 369. Hey, that's your mom's boyfriend.
- 370. - Show us his butt.
- I think that's enough of that.
- 371. Pass us one of Stu's tapes.
- 372. Should we dive in?
- 373. It's four days
since Dawn and Simon Challis
- 374. were last seen alive
- 375. in the tourist hotspot of Loch Henry,
- 376. the holiday cottage they'd rented
left eerily abandoned.
- 377. Yet, despite extensive searches
of the local area...
- 378. That's Dad!
- 379. still no sign of the missing couple.
- 380. Locals are mystified.
- 381. - It all seems quite odd.
- That's Stuart's dad.
- 382. Everybody's worried.
- 383. I mean, Dawn, the missing girl,
is very attractive, so...
- 384. Objectified much?
- 385. - Everybody's hoping they'll be okay.
- 386. You should've asked.
- 387. About what?
- 388. All that
- 389. stuff of your mum's that you gave
to Janet's boy for his film or whatever.
- 390. Ah, keep your blouse on.
You'll get it back.
- 391. - Shouldn't be making movies about it.
- Fuck me, movies.
- 392. Christ.
- 393. Whoa.
- 394. Sorry. Sorry.
- 395. - A bit close, babe.
- No, it's okay.
- 396. Davis!
- 397. Yes!
- 398. A discovery so grim,
it was almost beyond belief.
- 399. Whoa!
- 400. - He's kind of hot, I'm not gonna lie.
- He's kind of hot?
- 401. You get the name of the pub in?
- 402. - Stuart, mic, mic. Wait, wait, stop!
- 403. Love it. Love it! Love to see it. Save.
- 404. Shot at the cops.
- 405. Shot his parents. Shot himself.
- 406. But, of course,
that was just scratching the surface.
- 407. What they found underneath his farmhouse
was even worse.
- 408. Fucking horrible.
- 409. Okay. Uh, can we just go back
to the part where you—
- 410. What the fuck was that?
- 411. - Probably broken. Stop touching it!
- Ambulance is on the way.
- 412. - You'll be all right, Mr. King.
- Fuck off me! You fuck off, you parasite!
- 413. You fucking insect!
- 414. Why dig around? It's done.
- 415. It was a thing that fucking happened,
and you're here fucking pulling it all up.
- 416. And for what, eh?
- 417. For what? You want a fucking award?
A pat on the back?
- 418. Ignore him. He's off his heid.
- 419. - I'll wait outside for the ambulance.
- Off you go. I can handle this prick.
- 420. What's your fucking problem?
- 421. Iain Adair was an arsehole.
Can I say that?
- 422. A term like "sadist"
is probably better.
- 423. Right.
- 424. - Well, he was a sadist. That's for sure.
- You okay?
- 425. An Olympic-level...
- 426. cunt-apathic mad man.
- 427. Just thinking,
if you're staying on for a few days,
- 428. I could do my shepherd's pie.
- 429. But, Pia, I'm not sure if you eat meat.
- 430. I do meat.
- 431. Okay.
- 432. Anything else, Mum?
- 433. No, no. I can see you're very busy.
- 434. That's Stuart.
- 435. Richard's boy.
- 436. Aye.
- 437. What is it you're working on?
- 438. We're doing a documentary
- 439. about what... happened.
- 440. Iain Adair and all that.
- 441. Not about your man and the eggs?
- 442. Uh, no.
- 443. You'll explain what he did to your father?
- 444. - Only if you want us to.
- Oh, I want you to.
- 445. People should know. Everyone should know.
- 446. My Kenny died because of that man.
- 447. If Iain Adair was still alive,
- 448. I'd wring his neck myself
with these hands. I would.
- 449. We were happy before he broke it all.
- 450. Ruined it all.
- 451. Such a stupid man.
- 452. Just the waste of it.
- 453. I'm sorry.
- 454. It's okay, Mum.
- 455. If there's anything
you want me to help with,
- 456. just ask.
- 457. - Yeah?
- 458. There we go.
- 459. Do I need to do that too?
- 460. Oh, no. You're okay.
- 461. I'll... I'll ask questions,
and you just answer as yourself. As you.
- 462. As me?
- 463. Uh,
- 464. just talk loosely about the case.
- 465. Loosely? Like, relaxed?
- 466. No.
- 467. Been years since I was in front
of any kind of camera at all.
- 468. Last time would've been
that old one your dad had.
- 469. - But your dad never had all this stuff.
- He wasn't filming for broadcast, Mum.
- 470. Can you imagine?
- 471. So, what do you think?
- 472. Well, it's a fascinating case.
- 473. Iain Adair, I mean, I'd heard of him.
- 474. But he's not as well-known
as a Ted Bundy or a Fred West.
- 475. So... ... if we take this anywhere,
- 476. the first question any platform,
network, whatever, is gonna ask is,
- 477. "What's the hook?"
- 478. What's the context?
- 479. There is a personal angle.
I mean, his dad was one of the victims.
- 480. Uh, yeah. He... he was a policeman.
He was shot at the farm.
- 481. So, he was murdered?
- 482. He died later.
- 483. Of his injuries or...
- 484. Not directly,
but... but... but basically, yeah.
- 485. But he was one of the victims.
- 486. - Mm.
- This gives him a voice.
- 487. And, you know, that's important to me,
you know, as a...
- 488. as a son.
- 489. I think definitely explore
the personal angle,
- 490. see what there is in it.
- 491. But, um, can you get hold of
any new material?
- 492. Police interviews, diaries,
that kind of thing.
- 493. We can look into those.
- 494. Something unseen, unheard, unexplored
is what you need.
- 495. What about the house itself
and the dungeon?
- 496. - It's still there.
- And you have access?
- 497. Yes.
- 498. Absolutely.
- 499. So, how come you're using this old thing?
- 500. Uh, the police forensics
shot on tape back then.
- 501. Plus, old tech,
cool analog horror atmosphere.
- 502. Proper Blair Witch.
- 503. Could you do that a bit more quietly?
- 504. Aye, I'll put the crowbar on whisper mode.
- 505. Okay.
- 506. Oh my God.
- 507. Okay.
- 508. - This is not recording.
- 509. Ah, uh, yeah. Tab's punched out.
- 510. It stops people recording over it.
- 511. - Open up.
- We're taping over Bergerac?
- 512. - Mum won't notice.
- Let's hope not.
- 513. Boo!
- 514. Jesus Christ.
- 515. Oh!
- 516. I found the door to fucking hell.
- 517. I'll get a light up.
- 518. Is that your stage-blood mix?
- 519. That is still in the bag.
This is lemon juice.
- 520. - Uh, what's that for?
- Shows up under black light.
- 521. - Like piss and blood and spunk and—
- Okay, okay, okay.
- 522. I'll just drip a wee bit down here
- 523. like Adair jizzed
while slitting someone's throat.
- 524. Fucking hell, Stuart.
- 525. Lights off, please.
- 526. And then...
- 527. Fucking hell.
- 528. I, uh...
- 529. don't think we need the lemon juice.
- 530. Jesus Christ.
- 531. All right, let's get to work.
- 532. That was fucking creepy.
- 533. Feel like I've had spiders
crawling over my brain.
- 534. Have you never been in a death dungeon?
No, I find it quite relaxing.
- 535. That might be a tourist draw
in itself, actually.
- 536. Good luck advertising that.
- 537. "Come spend the night in the dungeon."
- 538. - What?
- 539. It's the kind of weird sex thing
he probably did.
- 540. No, no, gluing sultanas to someone's cock
is not a plausible kink—
- 541. Look out!
- 542. I'm sorry.
- 543. For what?
- 544. For not looking where I was going.
- 545. You're likely still concussed,
so we have to keep you in for observation.
- 546. Be on the safe side.
- 547. She knows her stuff.
- 548. Look at her. She's a doctor.
- 549. Davis's driving, eh?
- 550. And you and me both been
in the fucking wars.
- 551. You're the lucky one, no?
- 552. No wanking for me for a month.
- 553. Least you can draw that curtain round
and tug yourself into a coma, eh?
- 554. Right. Sparkling conversation as always,
Dad. Get well soon, eh?
- 555. - Aye, son.
- 556. Any chance of a lift home?
- 557. Of course.
- 558. You rest up.
- 559. - Bye, now.
- 560. I'll put that shepherd's pie on.
- 561. - Just for us girls.
- It's fine. I have stuff to digitize.
- 562. - I can just—
- You need to eat, dear.
- 563. Honestly, it's no fuss.
- 564. Thank you.
- 565. I'm gonna start from here,
and then you guys just stand around
- 566. and look like you're examining stuff.
- 567. - Good?
- 568. All right, okay, fine.
- 569. And I've seen CSI, so...
- 570. I'm gonna come
over your shoulder here.
- 571. Yeah, that looks good.
- 572. Maybe could you guys, like,
um, cross each other's frame a little bit
- 573. so you look busy,
like maybe there's more people?
- 574. Mr. King?
- 575. It's freezing in here.
- 576. Real forensics people don't moan
about the cold while they work, do they?
- 577. - Yeah, that's good. Thank you.
- Of course.
- 578. Sorry, uh...
- 579. What do you want?
- 580. You have to stop your film.
- 581. Why?
- 582. I don't have any proof.
- 583. Of what?
- 584. I think I've always known.
- 585. Known what?
- 586. Great.
All right, that should do it.
- 587. And Bergerac returns
at the same time next week on UK Gold.
- 588. Up next, trouble for Jacko—
- 589. All right.
Okay, is this thing on?
- 590. Ah, Iain.
- 591. Yeah. What day we on now, Iain?
- 592. Iain?
- 593. I believe it's day nine.
- 594. Can you take this over?
- 595. Hurry up.
- 596. Okay, as you can see,
our guests are still delighted to be here.
- 597. - Aren't they?
- Aye, Kenny. Over the moon.
- 598. And it's a big treat today
- 599. because the mistress is gonna have fun
with the both of you.
- 600. - How does that sound?
- Does that sound like fun?
- 601. Aye, Kenny.
- 602. You can come on in, Janet.
- 603. Shepherd's pie.
- 604. Mm-hmm.
- 605. Shepherd's pie. It's ready.
- 606. Right.
- 607. I'll plate up.
- 608. Ken gave me that.
- 609. We had such fun together.
- 610. - Everything all right?
- Yes. I need the bathroom.
- 611. Come on. Come on.
- 612. Come on.
- 613. Fuck.
- 614. Are you sure you're okay, dear?
- 615. I'm just stepping out.
- 616. Out? Right now?
- 617. Yes, I just feel cooped up.
A little walk. Clear my head.
- 618. Are you sure everything's all right?
- 619. I'm fine, really. I... I won't be a minute.
- 620. Shit. Come on. Come on.
- 621. Maybe the crash gave you a shock, dear.
- 622. - You'll catch cold out here.
- I'm fine.
- 623. - You should get in.
- 624. Get in the car!
- 625. You come back now!
- 626. I won't hurt you!
- 627. No.
- 628. Cunt!
- 629. Fuck!
- 630. Cunt! Cunt!
- 631. Fuck! Cunt! Cunt! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck!
- 632. Fuck!
- 633. So, tell us about the film
you were making.
- 634. Pia.
- 635. Oh, lovely.
- 636. It's four days
since Dawn and Simon Challis
- 637. were last seen alive
- 638. in the tourist hotspot of Loch Henry.
- 639. Been years since I was
in front of any kind of camera at all.
- 640. You can come in now, Janet.
- 641. Sorry.
- 642. Years ago, I spent a night
with Kenny and Janet
- 643. and got carried away into adult stuff.
- 644. You know, sex games.
- 645. I was married.
- 646. The way they behaved that night,
the whole experience,
- 647. made me think
that maybe Iain Adair hadn't acted alone.
- 648. Police have announced
shocking new discoveries
- 649. about the notorious
Loch Henry murders of the 1990s.
- 650. For years, it was thought
Iain Adair acted alone.
- 651. In fact, he'd been under the guidance
of local officer Kenneth McCardle
- 652. and his wife, Janet.
- 653. McCardle shot
the Adairs dead,
- 654. deliberately wounding himself
to cover up his role in the slaughter.
- 655. The woman who hid the secret
- 656. of her and her husband's part
in the crimes killed herself...
- 657. after leaving recordings of
the murders where her son would find them.
- 658. But your dad never had all this stuff.
- 659. He wasn't filming
for broadcast, Mum.
- 660. Can you imagine?
- 661. And so,
to honor this year's documentaries,
- 662. please welcome Kirsty Wark.
- 663. Hey, quiet down!
This is us. This is the bit.
- 664. The nominees for best factual series are...
- 665. Suffer The Children:
The Tipley Pedophile Ring.
- 666. Loch Henry: Truth Will Out.
- 667. Yes!
- 668. Inside Project Junipero.
- 669. And the BAFTA goes to...
- 670. Loch Henry.
- 671. Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
- 672. Come on!
- 673. Yes!
- 674. Also, our fabulous post-house,
Cart Before Horse.
- 675. And, of course,
the most important person on the stage,
- 676. who allowed us to tell his story.
- 677. I'd like to dedicate this award
to Davis McCardle
- 678. and to his late girlfriend, Pia.
- 679. Ugh. There's that actress from that comedy
about the bipolar single mum
- 680. who fucking cries all the time.
- 681. Tell us a joke, love.
- 682. Shit, she's coming over.
- 683. Can I just say, I love you.
- 684. And your show was sublime.
- 685. Oh, thank you.
- 686. Um, are you the Loch Henry guy?
- 687. Oh my God.
- 688. I am not worthy.
- 689. Such an incredible piece of work.
- 690. Thank you.
- 691. Kate Cezar, Historik.
- 692. We are actually developing a drama
based on the whole thing.
- 693. - Okay.
- We will be looking for a Pia.
- 694. - That's all I'm saying.
- Wow, that is interesting.
- 695. Well done, you bastard!
- 696. It's the red carpet for you, eh?
- 697. We've been booked up for weeks, pal.
Listen to how packed it is.
- 698. Seriously, I just want to say—