Horror in Home and Away as a SHOCK DEATH leads to THIS secret being unearthed
A sudden death in today's Home and Away that leads to Robbo making a shock discovery about Dylan Carter...
Today's Home and Away sees Robbo's quest to track down the elusive Dylan Carter for the dangerous Ouroboros gang take a sinister turn when he's sent a clue via a dying man.
After a badly beaten body was seen dumped on the side of the road near Summer Bay at the end of yesterday's Home and Away, the emergency department goes into crisis mode today as they fight to save his life as he is brought into the hospital.
However, despite Jasmine and the new head of the department Alex Neilson working hard to bring him back to life, the mysterious man suddenly dies, with Dr Alex calling his time of death.
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However, Jasmine's police body guard and Robbo's colleague Scott sees the drama and is stunned when he realises the symbol carved into the man's chest is the symbol of the Ouroboros gang.
Knowing this is some sort of sign from the men who are making life a living hell for Robbo, Scott calls him to the hospital to see what is happening.
Initially it seems there's nothing they can find to identify the mysterious man, but eventually Robbo finds a phone in the dead man's pocket which contains a voice file.
As Scott and Robbo play the file which confirms the shocking secret that Dylan Carter - the man Robbo was convinced was dead - is actually still alive.
The pair eventually work out that the mystery dead man is someone called Sean Coulson, who appeared to be a small-time criminal who was well acquainted with Dylan.
With the information that Dylan is definitely still alive confirmed, Robbo goes into overdrive, determined to get to the bottom of where he is hiding.
But Jasmine can't help but worry about how sinister this situation is getting. With people now dying as part of the threat, how much longer will she and Robbo remain safe?
Watch Home and Away every weekday at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5
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