Oh, Midge, viewers hardly knew ye. Riverdale's musical episode, Chapter Thirty-One, "A Night to Remember," proved to be filled with just as much blood and gore as a Stephen King adaptation. Which it coincidentally was. With the latest revelation that the Black Hood is back in action, things just got much more interesting in Riverdale. But the question remains: Who killed Midge on Riverdale?
During the opening night of Riverdale High's production of Carrie: The Musical, in a number featuring Alice Cooper as Mrs. White and Midge as Carrie, the wall to Carrie's closet is revealed, and Midge's dead body is revealed tacked to the set. There are words written in what appears to be blood behind her, which reads, "I am back from the dead," and, "All those who escaped me before will die. B.H." It was a shocking and gruesome moment, to say the least, even in a show as bleak as Riverdale.
So whodunnit? The obvious suspect is Cheryl Blossom, since she wanted the role of Carrie but was denied. But, it's probably not that simple. Especially since Cheryldirected her anger toward her mother, literally covering herself in blood and threatening to burn down Thistlehouse if she wasn't emancipated. It's unlikely she could have done both things at once, but her erratic behavior still raises an alarm.
However, there are others who may have wanted to see Midge dead, although it's difficult to imagine, since she's so sweet and inoffensive. Here are the top theories as to who is the Black Hood: