Episode 6 of ‘Mare of Easttown’ only verified one fan theory, but is he the murderer?


Episode 6 of ‘Mare of Easttown’ only verified one fan theory, but is he the murderer?

Mare of Easttown Episode 6 of HBO’s new miniseries, Mare of Easttown, confirmed one major fan theory. Viewers, on the other hand, are unsure who to believe. Is Kate Winslet’s Mare Sheehan on her way to find Erin McMenamin’s (Cailee Spaeny) killer? Is there a crucial hint she’s overlooking?

[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Mare of Easttown Episode 6, “Sore Must Be the Storm.”]

Episode 6 of Gordon Clapp’s ‘Mare of Easttown’

Gordon Clapp from NYPD Blue played a major role in filling in some missing parts to Erin’s murder in Mare of Easttown Episode 6. Pat Ross, Billy Ross (Robbie Tann), and John Ross’s (Joe Tippett) father are all played by Clapp.

Billy came home late the night of Frank’s engagement party, Pat confessed to John. Billy was in the laundry room when he went downstairs to check on his son, and there was blood all over the place. The next day, they found Erin. Pat suspected Billy of being Erin’s assassin.

‘Sore Must Be the Storm,’ ‘Mare of Easttown’ Episode 6 Recap

When John asked Billy about what had happened, he confessed to murdering Erin. Lori (Julianne Nicholson), John’s wife, was told, and she was asked to keep the details from her best friend, Mare. Billy told John that he was able to confess, but John suggested that they go fishing on the Lehigh River one last time. Billy hid a pistol inside the tackle box when he packed his fishing gear.

Who killed Erin McMenamin in the ‘Mare of Easttown’ fan theory?

Following the conclusion of Mare of Easttown Episode 6, viewers were led to believe that Billy Ross had murdered Erin.

Viewers speculated that Billy was Erin’s killer. They also believed he was the father of Erin’s child. To recap Episode 5 of Mare of Easttown, Erin’s ex-boyfriend, Dylan Hinchey (Jack Mulhern), took a… This is a condensed version of the plot. I hope you found it entertaining.


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