Events taking place in “The Walking Dead” are escalating quickly. After last Sunday’s intense episode, the AMC walker apocalyptic show is coming back with more chilling events this week. On Friday, March 14, an Examiner source released spoilers to us about a question many have been wondering about: Who fed rats to the walkers back at the prison? Spoilers are ahead if you are not caught up to “The Walking Dead” or wish to not know anything that’s to come in episode 14 "The Grove."
Many assumed it was Lizzie behind feeding the walkers at the prison. Her attitude towards them and insisting that they were still alive somehow was a dead giveaway. If you suspected Lizzie than you are right! Here is a major spoiler snippet for this coming episode 14 “The Grove”: Remember to take all spoilers lightly, the source has been correct before, but you never know until you see it!
Lizzie begs Tyreese not to kill a walker that was heading towards them on the train tracks (the scene from the promo trailer). Later on, Mika finds Lizzie feeding the walker she got Tyreese not to kill (the walker lost his legs so he wasn’t a threat). In a different scene, Tyreese comments to Carol that he found a shoebox full of mice and that Lizzie was feeding the walkers at the prison.
If the spoilers are correct, it looks like production didn’t lie and they will be letting us know who the walker-feeder was finally. There are more spoilers to come throughout the weekend, including the full synopsis to this episode! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to catch the latest spoilers on your newsfeed! Episode 14 "The Grove" airs this Sunday, March 16.
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