Appearances and Mentions
- In Bristol, England, Anna becomes Murdoch's caregiver when an amnesiac Murdoch winds up in her tavern. She shelters him from rogue British agents, who assumed that he was aware of their plans. Upon finding out that Murdoch doesn't know who he is, Anna decides to give him the name "Harry" as she's, "always liked Harry."
- Once Murdoch discerned that the rogue agents were plotting an assassination, they went to warn the local constabulary. However, the chief inquired how Murdoch knew that the Queen was traveling through Bristol, as her trip was a closely guarded secret. At the same time, the Bristol Police received a telegram from Toronto, warning of a sniper on the S.S. Mayfair and asked if Murdoch had contacted them. Upon hearing his name, Murdoch regains his memory and manages to convince the chief of his claims.
- However, the chief assumed that the sniper, Edmund Keating, would take up a position on one of the towers on Clifton Bridge, Murdoch insisted that he would be at the lighthouse across the bridge. But as the police were skeptical that Keating would shoot from that far distance and that Lord Treadstone, the Minister of War, was the real target, Anna gave Murdoch her revolver so he could stop Keating.
- Once Murdoch had apprehended Keating, the chief explained to them that assassinating Treadstone would've allowed Keating and his people to control more aggressive expansive military. He passed a letter of thanks from the Queen along with a modest recompense to Murdoch, which he instead gave to Anna.
- Anna returns, now engaged to Joe Bell, who is later revealed to be a former member of the Black Hand. Bell's death was a result of his unsuccessful attempt to escape with Anna and a stolen bounty of counterfeit currency. The Black Hand was also targeting her because they believed that she was also in on his scheme. At the end of the episode, she is forced to change her identity and move far away, safe from the organization.
- Murdoch is investigating the death of a librarian and soon finds Anna Fulford secretly working at the Toronto Public Library. It is revealed that she had returned months before due to loneliness. She assists with the investigation, as she knew the murder victim.
- Ultimately, Anna has to fake her death in order to remove the price on her head. She is last seen riding a carriage to Kingston after bidding Murdoch a final farewell.
- The body in the City Morgue is a woman who was shot in the back of the head, though her features has been obliterated by lye. Miss Hart presents Murdoch with strange metal fillings found in the wound and a pair of earrings found in the barrel of lye. Murdoch recognizes them and knows who the woman is – Anna Fulford. "Good God," abrupty, he leaves the morgue without another word.
- Six seasons later, when George asks if the Detective knows what he means by "she’s not the one", William believes he does for in his heart Julia is the only one for him (ep.1118).
- Murdoch Mysteries was Lisa Faulkner's last acting role. Moving on, she turned her focus to TV hosting duties, specifically cooking programmes including What’s Cooking? and has released cookery books: ‘The Way I Cook’ and ‘Tea and Cake’.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.