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Inverness contestant reaches last 8 of The Traitors

By Andrew Dixon

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WARNING: Spoiler alert if you haven't seen the latest episode.

Inverness contestant Evie Morrison has reached the last eight of BBC smash hit reality TV show The Traitors.

The 29-year-old was among the 22 players who arrived at Ardross Castle to play the ultimate murder mystery game to win up to £120,000.

Concealed amongst them are the traitors, whose job is to secretly 'murder' (eliminate from the game) the others without getting caught. And if they make it to the end, they will take all of the money.

Episode nine started with Evie admitting that although the experience was "confusing and intense" she was pleased to still be involved, then the group found out that Charlie had been "murdered" by traitors Harry and Andrew.

The fallout led to more speculative discussions about who the remaining traitors are with suspicions landing on Harry and Jasmine.

They then visited host Claudia Winkleman's cabin in the woods, for a mission designed to add money to the prize fund.

The group had to split up with some trying to escape through a dark tunnel system, while others – including Evie – communicated to them from the cabin, while operating the lights in both areas. They had to work together to find loot and a shield (an item to be used to secure protection from the traitors), which Harry collected but didn't tell anyone.

The team agreed that Evie would stay in the cabin to keep the lights on in the tunnel for the others while they escaped, sacrificing some potential prize money. It meant they added £5000 to the pot.

At the round table where players voted to banish someone, Evie wanted Charlotte to go and the majority agreed to send her home.

The group seemed upset after she revealed herself to the group as being a faithful, leaving eight players in the game.

It meant traitors Harry and Andrew were then given the option to recruit someone or eliminate another faithful.

They wanted to 'seduce' Ross because he was trustworthy, smart and strategic – he joined them but vowed to seek revenge for the elimination of Diane (his mum in real life). The series returns next week.

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