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Who killed Archie Mitchell?

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AGT

AGT Report 29 Dec 2009 16:19

Young Ben

Jean

Jean Report 29 Dec 2009 16:51

my daughter says it was sam, did anyone else notice that she had lost one of her false nails.

jean

Muffyxx

Muffyxx Report 29 Dec 2009 17:30

I think it's Sam too. Don't know why though ......just a feeling xx

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 29 Dec 2009 17:50

Karen, you are not that far behind.

StrayKitten

StrayKitten Report 29 Dec 2009 20:00

thats to obvious lol shirley finding blood on phils shirt xxx

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 29 Dec 2009 20:39

Another red herring I guess, bet there are loads more to come!

JoyBoroAngel

JoyBoroAngel Report 29 Dec 2009 20:43

quickly washes Phil's shirt

surf tablets remove all stains even yukkkkkkkkkk

Ray

Ray Report 29 Dec 2009 22:37


I dont know who killed Archie Mitchell ???

but if anyones having a whip round for someone to finnish,
the rest of Albert square off, please let me know !!!
Bloody awful story lines and even worse acting,
sod going in to the Vic for a swift arf, you might not leave lol

Ray

TeresaW

TeresaW Report 29 Dec 2009 22:53

Ray, seems people leave the Vic feet first these days lol.

Well I'm leaning towards Sam, I think the bloody shirt is a red herring. There's always a red herring in a good Whodunnit.

Bring on Miss Marple.

Bobtanian

Bobtanian Report 29 Dec 2009 23:06

places to avoid while thinking of a little holiday break.......

Midsomer
Cabots Cove
Anywhere where dick van dyke is staying.....
Walford,
Emmerdale
Orient Express railways...
any others?

TeresaW

TeresaW Report 29 Dec 2009 23:19

Funny you should say that Bob, we were watching 'Death on the Nile' this afternoon (again), and we decided that it's not a good idea to hang around ancient Egyptian stone pillars while a) a film crew are there and b) Angela Lansbury is there.

Fiona aka Ruby

Fiona aka Ruby Report 5 Jan 2010 20:40

Jersey was rather a dodgy place to be in the '70s.

Fiona aka Ruby

Fiona aka Ruby Report 5 Jan 2010 20:41

I think it was Dot.

Lancashire Witch

Lancashire Witch Report 6 Jan 2010 10:32

What about feisty Tiff?

LW

Merlin

Merlin Report 8 Jan 2010 15:15

Better than that, Who,s going to do the decent thing and Blow the whole lot of them up,Set,Programme and anything to do with it.**M**.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 8 Jan 2010 15:40

Each to their own Merlin

MarionfromScotland

MarionfromScotland Report 8 Jan 2010 17:40

Where did Archie get his money from anyway? Was he just a crook or what?

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 8 Jan 2010 22:17

It depends how much is in the estate, there is a percentage left to the wife and so much to the children I think.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 8 Jan 2010 22:20

Administration of estates acts provisions.

First, where there is a surviving spouse he or she takes everything unless the Intestate left certain relatives.

(a) If the Intestate also left issue (that is children, grandchildren and remoter lineal decedents) the spouse and issue share the estate provided the issue satisfy the requirements of the statutory trusts.

(b) If the Intestate left no surviving issue, but left a surviving parent or parents, the parent(s) and the spouse share the estate. The parent(s) take(s) the property absolutely or in equal shares. If no parent survives but the Intestate left a living brother or sister of the whole blood (or other issue) they share the assets with the spouse, provided that they satisfy the requirements of the statutory trusts.

If the Intestate left no surviving spouse, the estate is distributed as follows.

(a) To issue on the statutory trusts, but if none then to

(b) Parents absolutely (and equally if both are alive), but if none, then to

(c) Brothers and sisters of the whole blood (i.e. the children of the same parents as the deceased) on the statutory trusts, but if none then to

(d) Brothers and sisters of half blood, (i.e. those who share one parent with the deceased) on the statutory trusts, but if none then to

(e) Grandparents absolutely (and equally if both are alive), but if none, then to

(f) Uncles and aunts of the whole blood i.e. brothers and sisters of the whole blood of one of the parents of the deceased) on the statutory trusts, but if none then to

(g) Uncles and aunts of the half blood (i.e. those with one parent in common with one of the parents of the deceased) on the statutory trusts, but if none then to

(h) The Crown, Duchy of Lancaster or the Duke of Cornwall as “bona vacantia”

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 8 Jan 2010 22:20

So you see it is not simple.