Corries Lydia Chambers murdered Finns parents as viewers rumble killer twist
Coronation Street's Lydia Chambers has been bad news since arriving on the cobbles, intent on destroying Adam Barlow's life.
But now viewers think they've worked out an even more sinister twist, which saw her murder young Finn's parents in an attempt to escape justice.
Lydia's motives soon became clear when she staged an affair with Adam to split him from wife Sarah Platt, along with attempting to ruin the solicitors' business and get Adam arrested for vandalising her flat.
But when she admitted he'd encouraged her to abort their baby and left her in the dust, fans became a little more sympathetic – at least until Lydia tossed him from a high balcony, leaving him needing urgent surgery or risk going blind.
Fans are curious as to why they haven't seen the child in Lydia's custody – Finn – since around Christmastime, despite her using him as an excuse to escape justice for the assault.
The youngster appeared on screen briefly in the Christmas market sections, but has only been referred to since, with Lydia referencing childminders and school.
And Adam refused to press charges after Lydia told him that she is "all Finn's got".
Taking to Facebook to air their theories, one fan wrote: “Very strange storyline. I was thinking has she killed the mother of Finn, will this be a long story and she comes back and things get worse?
“Don’t think this is over, think she was hoping Adam was dead!”
Another agreed: “Finn is her son… she said that to Adam all fin has is her so if she was to be sent down he'd have no one… but it’s all odd and I don't think this is the end of her [to be honest].”
A third fan chimed in: “For now she is the mother of Finn until the soaps decide to add more twists… but don’t think this is the end of her.”
It comes after Lydia actress Rebecca Ryan announced she was officially leaving the programme, explaining: "I really have had the best time.
"When you find out you have a job on Coronation Street, it’s daunting. It’s an iconic show, it’s not just any show especially when you come from Manchester.
"I don’t tend to get very nervous when I do things and act but I was so nervous in my first week. This is Coronation Street, it’s a big deal."
The door, however, has been left open for her return.
Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8pm on ITV.
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