'The Walking Dead' Mid-Season Finale: Spoiler Sites Are Refusing to Reveal What Happens

Over the years there have been accusations from spoiler websites that the studio has sent private investigators to allegedly harass them over how they have gotten their leaked information. There was even the threat of a lawsuit against Facebook group The Spoiling Dead Fans when AMC was trying to keep who Megan killed at the end of season six a secret.

AMC is teasing another huge shocker for this Sunday’s mid-season finale of The Walking Dead, but you will not find out who is killed through The Spoiling Dead Fans this time around. The Facebook group has taken an unusual step of not sharing what they know about the episode in advance, and this time they don’t have to worry about cease and desist letters.

“After careful consideration, we have decided that we will not be providing a Q&A or any spoilers bits this week,” admins of The Spoiling Dead wrote. “AMC has been hyping a very shocking moment that will occur in this episode. I think most of us know this almost certainly means a death. We invite you to draw your conclusions on what will happen. Review the spoiler journal, filming, and discussion threads, and take what bits you can and try to put the pieces together.”

“We have our reasons for doing this which we’ll share after the episode,” they continued. “No, it has nothing to do with any legal matters. We will not be answering any questions about episode 8 from this point on. Sorry buttercups, but bribes of liquor and pancakes will not change our minds.”

Now with The Spoiling Dead Fans refusing to reveal who is going to get killed off in the episode, it must be something huge or a character worth keeping secret until we get to witness it as intended by watching the show.

There’s already a ton of rumors on who may die. Maybe it’s not death, and this has to do with that helicopter that random appeared halfway through the season. Whatever it is, we will have to wait and find out.