Entertainment Outer Banks season 2: Is Ward Cameron really dead?
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season two has just arrived on and the 10-episode season has already taken the top spot on the streaming platform's top 10. Ward Cameron (played by Charles Esten) was trying to cover up his family's involvement in Sheriff Peterkin's (Adina Porter) death. Halfway through the new season, Ward chooses to end his life rather than confess, but did he really die?
WARNING: This story contains major spoilers for season 2
Is Ward Cameron really dead?
Season two of Outer Banks follows directly from the events of the first season, which saw Rafe Cameron (Drew Starkey) shoot Sheriff Peterkin.
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Ward had tried to blame the murder on John B (Chase Stokes), making him and his girlfriend Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline) fugitives.
Season two saw John B and Sarah escape the Bahamas and return home, where they reunited with their friends.
However, John B was arrested and held in prison on suspicion of murder, until Deputy Shoupe (Cullen Moss) discovered the truth.
John B was released from prison as Shoupe had tracked the murder weapon back to Ward.
A warrant was issued to search Ward's home and his family were kept under strict surveillance.
Yet his wife Rose (Caroline Arapoglou) helped him escape and he thought he was off the hook.
His luck ran out when Shoupe and his team caught up with him as he was about to make an escape on his boat.
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In the presence of his daughter Sarah, he made an emotional speech admitting everything he had done.
While everyone thought he was going to get apprehended by police, there was a huge explosion on board his boat.
Sarah dropped to the ground in tears, as it seemed her father had blown himself up as a way out.
In the next episode, her family is seen watching a video that Ward recorded before he died.
He apologised for what happened but said things needed to be this way in order to keep his family safe.
While some fans believe Ward really gave up his life in order to avoid jail time, others were more sceptical.
As it transpired, Ward had faked his own death and had conspired with his wife Rose to lay low for a while.
Towards the end of the season, Rose received a mysterious letter in the mail, presumably from Ward confirming his whereabouts.
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She then arranged for the rest of her family to take a boat across to a private island, so they could all hide together.
She took Sarah against her will by drugging her, and when Sarah woke up, she saw her dad was still alive.
He explained how he had managed to escape from the ship just before it exploded, but he had not expected her to see the whole thing.
His original plan was to call her from a safe location and let her know he was still alive.
However, she watched from the deck as the ship exploded and went on to believe her father was dead.
She was furious at him for lying to her and he started to get more aggressive towards his daughter as she became more defiant.
In the end, John B swooped in to save her and, in a satisfying full circle of events, he injured Ward in the same way that Ward injured his father.
Ward hit his head on the side of the boat and John B almost pushed his body over into the water but refrained.
Ward was still alive at the end of the series, but he may not be as lucky next time.
Outer Banks season 2 is on Netflix now.
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