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Neighbours fears for Remi Varga-Murphy in shocking anthrax scenes

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Fans of Neighbours should expect Ramsay Street to turn into a crime scene the next week following the unsettling cliffhanger that occurred on Thursday, October 26.

In the most recent episode, the intimidation campaign against the Varga-Murphy family escalated when an unknown mail containing white powder showed up at Number 30.

Before touching the enigmatic substance, Remi injured her finger inadvertently while opening the mail.

For their own protection, she asked her wife Cara to get their sons JJ and Dex out of the house right away.

The event will be investigated as a possible anthrax scare, according to a preview trailer for the last episode of Neighbours.

Next week, while the Varga-Murphys await the arrival of emergency services, police serjeant Andrew Rodwell assumes command of the situation.

After her family leaves, Remi stays inside Number 30, but Cara soon thinks about going back inside to be with her.

She responds, “I’m not leaving Remi in there alone.”

“If the worst happens, the boys are going to need you,” objects Andrew.

Wendy Rodwell, feeling bad about her recent call to the Linwell boys, blurts out that the issue is “all my fault” in the meantime. It seems that this phone call alerted the Linwells of Cara’s location.

Once Cara exposed the vicious thugs for their harmful work practises at her previous job, she became a target for them. Since then, the Linwells have requested that she speak at a WorkSafe tribunal, and they are attempting to intimidate her into silence.

Has their approach evolved to a completely new degree, or is the white powder letter a cruel joke?

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