‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5 Spoilers: Carol Peletier Seen Filming, Daryl Dixon with a Black Eye and Cuts on Face Plus More Explosions

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By Tarun Mazumdar | May 13, 2014 1:17 PM EST

Explosions, torture screams and walkers, it is all happening in Atlanta on the set of "The Walking Dead" Season 5. The Spoiling Dead Fans have been sharing updates from the set of the show. Recently, the site shared that Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride)  was spotted filming and Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) was seen with a black right eye and cuts on his face.

"With last weeks filming at Terminus, Norman aka Daryl was seen with a 'black right eye' and cuts on his face. Melissa aka Carol was also seen filming. Standing outside of the fences looking down at Terminus. Pictures were restricted at that time. We do have a picture showing Daryl's black eye. We will post once we get the ok," posted The Spoiling Dead Fans.

"Filming at Terminus today! Walkers, explosions & Termites oh my.....," said another post.

Looks like Norman's black eye is not something new. Perhaps, it is the same one from "The Walking Dead" Season 4 finale episode. This confirms that "The Walking Dead" Season 5 will address the issues of Season 4 finale and not something else.

Carol was last seen with baby Judith and Tyreese (Chad Coleman) on the way to Terminus. This update from The Spoiling Dead Fans suggests that Carol is somewhere near the Terminus.

Will she and Tyreese save the guys stuck in the car?

What about the multiple explosions happening on the set of "The Walking Dead" Season 5? It is unclear if they are shooting flashback sequences. However, if they are shooting brand new sequences, it looks like Team Rick is going to give it hard to the Termites.

Wetpaint notes that the explosions can also be the part of the origin story that tells the fans how Terminus residents became what they are right now.

"The Walking Dead" Season 5 airs this October on AMC. 

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