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Award-winning journalist Mark Williams-Thomas concludes his investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Bournemouth wife and mother Carole Packman whose body was never found. In the final part, he focuses on Carole's family home from 1985. Although the police carried out a thorough search of the property during the murder investigation, they never dug up the back garden. Daughter Sam asks Mark and his team of forensic experts to help her find out if there are traces of her mum's body there. Meanwhile, Russell sends a series of letters to Mark with some astonishing claims - but what is the truth? As Mark concludes his investigation he reveals to Sam what he believes happened to her mum, and states why someone else other than her father has questions to answer.