Will we find out who, or what, did it?
FANS of Foxtel's spooky drama The Kettering Incident are hoping to get some answers in the show's finale.
The intricately woven supernatural thriller, set in southern Tasmania, comes to a climax tonight.
Set in the rural logging town of Kettering, the series traces the fall-out of the murder of a local teenager, Chloe, and the strange happenings plaguing the local residents - dating all the way back to Gillian Baxter's disappearance 15 years ago.
The eight-part series had led viewers down an eerie path. Clues sprinkled throughout the series have hinted at everything from radioactive poisoning to aliens.
Nearly every character is still a suspect, either for Chloe's death or the larger issues in Kettering, in the mystery-laden plot.
Last week's episode saw central character Anna Macy (Elizabeth Debicki) committed to a mental institution by her father and local police officer Fergus McFadden (Henry Nixon).
"He's someone who's struggling with some moral choices," Nixon told APN's The Guide.
"His whole world has been turned upside down. The rug has been pulled out from under him."
The tension between Fergus and Detective Brian Dutch (Matt Le Nevez), whom Fergus believes has been running drugs through the town, is also expected to come to a head.
But Dutch could be the only one who believes Anna's ramblings about blood poisoning and the true identity of activist Jens Jorgensson after having his own spooky experiences in the woods.
"For a large part of the story he sees himself as being quite above some of the people in the town," Le Nevez said.
"Eventually he starts to question his lack of spirituality, and by the end of the series he changes his tone."
The Kettering Incident final airs tonight at 8.30pm on Showcase.