Outlander season 5 theories: Jamie Fraser’s death sealed in tragic Claire clue

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Outlander fans are awaiting the moment Stephen Bonnet (played by Ed Speelers) returns and demands to take custody of young Jemmy. Bonnet could be the father of Jemmy after her raped Brianna Fraser (Sophie Skelton) in season four but Roger (Richard Rankin) may also be the young lad’s dad. It seems Bonnet is about to make his arrival at Fraser’s Ridge and Jamie’s (Sam Heughan) plan to take him down could leave him fighting for his life.

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In the trailer for episode nine, Monsters and Heroes, Jamie can be heard telling Roger: “We must kill Stephen Bonnet. If I cannot it, you must.”

The remark leaves Roger shocked as he tells wife Brianna: “Your dad thinks Bonnet may have the right to take Jemmy away from us.”

The reveal does not sit well with Brianna who looks terrified at the prospect of losing her son.

With Jamie determined to face off against Bonnet, it looks like his life may be in danger.

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A fourth worried: “Is it me or the beginning of the video Jamie looked injured?!”

The latest theories come as Richard Rankin teased details of the latest season on his official Twitter account.

After watching episode eight, a fan asked: “#AskRichardRankin In the end, Roger decides to get up and fight.

“Do you think a part of him will always resent that time and place for what it did to him, though?”


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