|"The Key to Salvation"|
|Web-Series||The Curse of the Lost Pharaohs|
|Episode||10 of 13|
|Written by||Patrick Tarr|
|Directed by||Cal Coons|
|Previous||"An Unfortunate Turn of Events"|
|Next||"Her Majesty's Last Hope"|
Sanura begs for an explanation, but Sekhmet states it changes nothing. When she tearfully confesses she thought him dead, he replies that Pierre Lenoir is dead, and he's become something far greater.
Sekhmet tells her it is to avenge her mother against the British, and to entertain himself, showing just how unhinged he is. Sekhmet prepares to kill George, lunging at him suddenly...however, Sanura throws herself between them, suffering a fatal stab.
Sanura collapses in George's arms, and the detective screams at Sekhmet, shouting if there is no limit to his evil. The man is perturbed, but leaves his daughter behind, redonning his mask.
The woman pleads with George to stop him, as the cannon can be disarmed by a numeric sequence. However, instead of telling him, Sanura kisses him deeply.
Just as she's about to reveal the code, she dies in his arms. However, George discovers four numbers written on her hand. He doesn't know what they mean, but little does he know that help is coming.
- Sanura dies after being stabbed by her father.
- Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy, and Thomas Craig, though credited, do not appear in this webisode, except artistically.
Yannick Bisson as Detective William Murdoch
Hélène Joy as Dr. Julia Ogden
Jonny Harris as Constable George Crabtree
Thomas Craig as Inspector Thomas Brackenreid
Carinne Leduc as Sanura Lenoir
Christian Laurin as Sekhmet
|Murdoch Mysteries The Curse of the Lost Pharaohs|
| "The Vanished Corpse" • "The Clue of the Hieroglyphs" • "The Long Arm of Villainy" • "Lost Companions and New Friends" • "Attack of the Scarabs" • "The Enigma of the Skull" • "An Unwelcome Surprise" • "Of Impossible Escapes and Joyful Reunions" • "An Unfortunate Turn of Events" • "The Key to Salvation"• "Her Majesty's Last Hope"• "Last Stand for the Empire"• "Humble Heroes and New Adventures"|