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'The Walking Dead' season 5: Scott Wilson on set, death dinner suspected

On "The Walking Dead" deaths are inevitable. When the characters are living in a world that belongs to the dead, it is only natural that some of the survivors would also die off. When a character is killed off, some of the old cast members will arrive for a "death dinner." Yesterday, Aug. 6, The Spoiling Dead Fans reported that actor Scott Wilson arrived on set. It is suspected that he came to attend a death dinner.

Scott Wilson played Hershel on "The Walking Dead"
Scott Wilson played Hershel on "The Walking Dead"Courtesy of Gene Page/AMC

Some fans are speculating that Scott wasn't on set for a death dinner, but to play a part. After Lori died, Rick had hallucinations of her. There are some viewers who believe that one of the Greene daughters might have a flashback of their father.

Even with the flashback theory, a death dinner seems more logical. Now the only question is who died? There are many characters and it has been said before that nobody is safe. There was a rumor a while back that Glenn died in the first episodes of the season, but that turned out to be a hoax.

Some fans think that Bob is in danger of dying as well as Tara. Both of the characters don't have very well-developed storylines, although season 5 could be different. Rosita is another one who could die. "The Walking Dead" season 5 trailer showed Abraham down on his knees, looking very emotional. He isn't one who sheds tears easily, so he must have lost someone close to him. A relationship between Abraham and Rosita was touched on last season, so losing her would make him very upset.

Some are thinking Glenn and Maggie are in danger of dying, but then there are those that love that they have made a relationship work. Scott M. Gimple recently said in a Q&A that there will be a new love interest, although he did use the term complicated. If Glenn or Maggie died, then there would be another relationship developing to take its place.

There are so many possibilities, but no real hints or answers. Why was Scott Wilson on set? Was he there for a death dinner? Fans will have to wait until "The Walking Dead" season 5 begins airing Oct. 12 to find out.