Shock for Emmerdale next week as newborn baby's remains found in school
A grim enough discovery for the Dale.
There'll be shocking scenes for Emmerdale next week as human remains are discovered at Hotten Academy.
Head teacher Jessie Grant is left fairly shook when it becomes apparent that the bones belong to a baby, suggesting that the child must have been born secretly by one of her students.
The Sun reports that the head teacher will give a press conference about the find, leading to whispers around the village as to who could have left the remains in the school - and who the child's mother is.
Back at the police station, one of the officers discovers a photo that appears to reveal the mother's identity.
It's a 16-year-old girl named Jenny Finn, but people are adamant that she looks a little bit like one of the teenagers already living in the village.
There has been little information about who the child actually belongs to, but the only teenage girls around that age currently active in the soap are Gabby Thomas, Liv Flaherty and Liana Cavanagh.
It's looking fairly likely at the minute that one of the girls must have given birth in secret, but the question of who is still up for debate.
These scenes are expected to kick off in Emmerdale next week though, so we won't have to wait too long to see what goes down.
Grim times ahead.