Yellowstone season 4: Dutton attackers identity sealed with Roarkes stark warning

Yellowstone: Beth Dutton clashes with Willa Hayes

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Yellowstone season four will be arriving on The Paramount Network in the near future and fans are ready for some much-needed answers. The season three final ended on a huge cliffhanger as the Dutton family was targeted by anonymous assassins. Behaviour expert Nick Davies has analysed parts of the series to identify the most likely culprit.

Yellowstone fans have been on the edge of their seats as they await the arrival of the next outing.

At the end of the third season, John Dutton (played by Kevin Costner) was shot by a gunman in a white van.

In a short teaser for season four, he is rescued by ranch hand Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser), but he was near death.

Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) was caught up in a separate explosion at her office and her fate has been left hanging in the balance.

Similarly, her brother Kayce (Luke Grimes) was left to fight off a group of gunmen and his fate is unknown.

The one question on everyone’s minds is who orchestrated the separate attacks on the Duttons.

Many names have already come to light, but Nick Davies told the culprit may have already been named.

In a season three highlight, Beth is seen talking to Roarke Morris (Josh Holloway) in a bar.

He accuses Beth of “poking a grizzly”, before justifying his fishing methods to her.

Davies said Roarke could not have been behind the attacks as he does not display ‘sociopath’ signals.

He said: “In the first clip in the bar, he displays too much understanding of the fish not feeling pain.

“A sociopath wouldn’t even consider anyone experiencing pain, they only focus on their own needs.

“He clearly fishes for sport rather than consumption which, although some people may see this as unpleasant or cruel, it doesn’t demonstrate psychopathic behaviour.

“Psychopaths often enjoy watching others suffer and he did not display any micro or macro expressions to show this.

“I would say he may know the killer when he warns her what she is getting into.”

With this in mind, it seems his business partner Willa Hayes (Karen Pittman) could be behind the attacks.

She clearly has a problem with Beth and has tried to assert her dominance on more than one occasion.

Willa has made open threats to Beth in the past and it would not be surprising if she was to take such drastic action.

Nick analysed a second clip from August 2020 which shows the Duttons, Roarke and Willa discussing the future of the ranch.

Roarke explains how the airport and runway plans for the ranch have been given approval and leases with retail vendors are in place.

Nick said: “I don’t see anything other than him building ground for his reputation.

“But every time I see [Beth] she appears slightly unhinged and capable of anything, I would say she is still experiencing trauma or PTSD from being attacked in her past.”

Some fans have suggested Beth planted the bomb at her office herself as part of a double-crossing.

There is a chance she has an ulterior motive, but there are other culprits who are more likely to have set her up.

Yellowstone airs on The Paramount Network

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