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The Pact viewers convinced they’ve spotted ‘blunder’ at murder scene – but is it actually a key clue to killer?

THE PACT viewers are convinced they've spotted a massive blunder in the death of the ruthless Jack - but could it actually be a clue?

The BBC murder mystery kicked off on Monday night, with four women who work in a brewery having enough of their cold-hearted and volatile new boss, Jack.

Attempting to prank him to knock him down a peg after his attempt to force himself on a woman in the club, things go awry when they leave him in the woods... and he then turns up dead.

Intent on embarrassing him, the women dumped Jack in the woods, pulling his trousers down to embarrass him and leaving him there to fend for himself.

However, when they return and discover his dead body, things soon get completely out of hand for them.

But there was one major moment that fans are convinced is a blunder by the film makers - as his trousers were pulled back up.

Was this an error? Or a sign that someone else is involved in a murder plot?

Thankfully viewers don't have to wait long to find out the truth - with the full series already available for super eager fans.

For those who love the feel of a good cliffhanger though, the show is being aired every night this week.

The end of the first episode left the women in a tight bind - as after vowing to keep what happened quiet, they all receive a daunting message.

Turns out, somebody knows what they did - and now they're wanting money or they'll tell all.

The Pact is available in full on BBC iPlayer and airs on BBC One.

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