The Murders At White House Farm will be a six-part intense thriller series based on a true event. The show was supposed to air earlier this year, however, it will be coming out later this month. The series will be available to stream on HBO Max. It will release on 24th September 2020. Moreover, the short series is partially obtained from ‘The Murders At White House Farm’ by Carol Ann Lee (you can buy it from Amazon). Some information is also dug in from ‘In Search Of The Rainbow’s End’ which is written by Colin Caffell, husband of Shiela Caffell.
The show will feature the story of the tragic death of one family on their isolated farm. After all the evidence, the authorities thought the elder was the culprit. However, things took a pretty turn when a detective investigated the case further.
The trailer was launched recently and it looks quite intense, so, go ahead and catch all the updates of the new mini-series:
The Real Story Behind The Murders
The show will be based on the true event and will follow the events from the 80s. It will spin around the life of the Bamber family who was brutally killed alongside their adoptive sister and her two twin sons. The event took place over 30 years ago near the village of Tolleshunt D’Arcy, Essex, England. The victims were June and Nevill Bamber, both (61). Also, Sheila Caffill (28) and her children, Daniel and Nicholas Caffell (6).
Initially, it was believed that Sheilla killed everyone before pointing the gun to herself. She was accused as she had a history of mental illness. However, detective Sergeant Stan Jones didn’t believe this and investigated further. he believed that the police’s murder-suicide theory regarding Sheila is nonsensical. And, eventually, he was proved right.
It was later revealed the real culprit is Jeremy Bamber, the younger child of the Bambers. He is currently serving life imprisonment. He is one of the few prisoners in the UK subject to a whole-life order.
The trailer for the upcoming mini-series was released recently, It is intense and looks super mysterious appealing more watchers. The trailer featured stars, Freddie Fox, Mark Addy, Alexa Davies, Mark Stanely, Cressida Bonas, and Scott Reid. Besides, Gemma Whelan, Amanda Burton, and Nicholas Farrell will also star in the show.
Produced by New Pictures (Catherine The Great, The Missing), The Murders at White House Farm is written by Kris Mrksa, and Giulia Sandler (episodes 3 and 5). It will be directed by Paul Whittington (Little Boy Blue, Hatton Garden).
Watch the trailer down below: