PUBLISHED: 10:50, Thu, Sep 24, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:59, Thu, Sep 24, 2020
The Fall came to Netflix UK recently and is enjoying a resurgence in popularity. The BBC series concluded in 2016 as the story of the Belfast Strangler (played by Jamie Dornan) ended. But viewers have been left perplexed about the conclusion to his story.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from all seasons of The Fall
The Fall ended with Paul Spector evading justice by taking his own life, leaving Metropolitan Police Officer Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) angry and frustrated.
Spector colluded with a fellow patient, who helped him to create a diversion with chaos ensuing.
For a moment, it looked like Spector was going to try and escape out of the facility, but he failed to do so.
However, in his final scenes, Spector encountered August Larson (Krister Henriksson), who had been enlisted by the police to treat the Belfast Strangler.
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The Fall season 3 ended with Paul Spector attacking August Larson (Image: BBC)
The Fall season 3 saw Spector's sessions with Larson (Image: BBC)
He proceeded to brutally attack Larson, who was left bruised and bloody and in a bad way.
Spector had been feigning amnesia after being shot and Larson was having sessions with the killer to establish if he was telling the truth about his memory loss.
The sessions had been sedate with Spector trying to pretend and distance himself from his crimes through his supposed amnesia.
But this moment of pure violence revealed Spector’s true nature to Larson once and for all.
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The Fall season 3 saw Spector take his own life to evade justice and Gibson (Image: BBC)
The Fall season 3 saw Spector attack Larson (Image: BBC)
To make matters worse, Spector seemed to be taking his frustrations out on Larson – who he may have blamed for not helping to prove his amnesia.
By the end of The Fall, Larson