Is Jon Snow dead?

  13/07/2015

There’s a lot of discussion on social networks about it and i’m sure not a single fan of Game of Thrones accepted latest season 5 finale as it is.

In short, some GoT actors said they have no idea, some gave him 50-50 chance, while George (the butcher) RR Martin commented with “… you think he’s dead, don’t you?…”.

Also to mention Wimbledon 2015. which Kit Harrington (Jon Snow) attended with his well known long curly hair and he actually (in real life) hates it and can’t wait to cut it off… Why didn’t he cut it off if there’s no more GoT thingy for him? 😛

Check out these articles for some more details:

 

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4 Reasons You Can Believe Jon Snow Will Rise Again on Game of Thrones

It may just be deep denial, but we don't think we've seen the last of Jon Snow on Game of Thrones after the shocking season five finale. We have a number of

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