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'The Walking Dead': Will Beth be found or is she gone for good?

On the last episode of "The Walking Dead," Beth was kidnapped by unknown individuals in a black car. Fans of the zombie series have a lot of questions about her abduction. Viewers are speculating on who took her, why she was taken and if she will ever be seen again. On March 12, The Epoch Times revealed what Lauren Cohan had to say about it.

Emily Kinney plays Beth on "The Walking Dead"
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Warning: If you do not want to know possible spoilers for "The Walking Dead" season 4 or fan speculation, then stop reading.

The last episode left many fans shocked as Beth was kidnapped and Daryl's attempts to track the car failed. While nobody knows where Beth is or why she was taken, Daryl was taken in by another group. Unfortunately, this group doesn't give viewers a good vibe, especially since they were the same ones that showed up at the house Rick was staying at. So what does Beth's future hold?

Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie on the show said that Beth's kidnapping situation is not going to be resolved anytime soon. This makes it sound like fans will have to wait until season 5 of "The Walking Dead" to find out.

Now the question is what happened to her? There are plenty of fan theories going around. Some believe that Negan is responsible. Others think that Beth's kidnapping is related to the character of Gareth, who will be appearing sometime this season and the actor has an option of becoming a series regular in season 5.

Then on Facebook, someone had the theory that Rick will find Beth's mutilated body hanging from a tree.

Actress Emily Kinney, who plays Beth on the show couldn't give any details. She said,

"No spoilers. You don't really want to know. This whole situation that they're in, we don't know what's going to happen next. I think [the producers] want the audience to feel that way too. In the dark, walking around, trying to survive, not knowing what is around the corner: we want you to feel the way we feel."

The next episode of "The Walking Dead" will air on March 16.