‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5 Filming Updates: Charred Bodies, Explosions and More Smoke

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By Tarun Mazumdar | May 18, 2014 5:11 PM EST

Looks like Terminus is going to fall apart as it witnesses horrifying scenes. According to The Spoiling Dead Fans' latest updates, charred bodies on the ground, multiple tank explosions and smoke, this is all happening at the Terminus. The cast members are currently filming "The Walking Dead" Season 5 episodes in Atlanta.

A video link posted by The Spoiling Dead Fans shows the Terminus and burnt spots on the ground. According to the Web site, the burnt spots are charred body parts.

"We posted a pic the other day of the tanks picture here. They were making them look old a rusted. Kim has provided us with a video of the aftermath. The explosions heard were from these tanks. The burnt spots are charred body parts," wrote the site.

Check out the video, here.

In another picture, there is a charred body resting on the ground. It is unclear if it is one of the survivors or the Terminus residents.

Can it be one of Mary's barbecues but little overcooked? Reports suggest that Mary's mysterious barbecue can be linked to cannibalism. Terminus residents are indeed weird and they can be a version of The Hunters from the "The Walking Dead" comic books.

On May 16, The Spoiling Dead Fans uploaded a picture with smoke coming out from the Terminus. Were they filming the barbecue scene or something else?

Recently, Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes) revealed via his ask.fm account that "The Walking Dead" folks finished the first episode on May 15.

He shared this info during an ask.fm chat.

"How many episodes for season 5 have you already filmed?" asked a fan.

"just 1, we start 2 today," replied Chandler.

He also mentioned that they finished filming first episode of "The Walking Dead" Season 5.

Chandler's dad tweeted about the first two episodes of Season 5 and said that they will "blow your pants off."

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

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