EastEnders fans terrified Bobby Beale will die as he follows dead sister Lucy onto train tracks after taking drugs

EastEnders fans terrified Bobby Beale will die as he follows dead sister Lucy onto train tracks after taking drugs

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EASTENDERS fans are terrified Bobby Beale will die after following his dead sister Lucy onto a train track.

The teenage killer – who is played by actor Clay Milner Russell in the BBC soap – has been struggling with visions of the sister he murdered as a kid.

Drugged up Bobby ended up walking onto the train tracks following Lucy

After trying to set fire to the house to rid himself of Lucy earlier this week, Bobby called on a friend to help him.

But his grandmother Kathy had his friend arrested so Bobby fled the Square and slept rough.

Struggling to cope he saw Lucy with the jewellery box he used to kill her and couldn’t stop his visions.

Running into Rainie she started another row with him and he ran off terrified.

Visions of dead Lucy haunted Bobby
Bobby is suffering from a severe psychiatric illness

Sprinting off he was almost run over by Linda Carter’s car and Rainie tried to help him but opening up about her own history he called her a “crackhead whore” and ran off again.

He decided to take Rainie’s words to heart and found a dealer to buy drugs but it just made it worse.

As well as being haunted by Lucy, he saw visions of Rainie in his drug induced state and he followed her to the train station.

Seeing Lucy walking away from him on the other platform, Bobby began to step down onto the tracks to follow her, putting his life in danger.


And fans are convinced he is going to end up dead.

One wrote: “Really Bobby about to kill himself ?wow EastEnders is the English horror story #EastEnders”

A second said: “Bobby needs psychiatric help #Eastenders”

Another added: “So on edge watching Bobby, hope he’s going to be okay. #EastEnders”


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