10 The Walking Dead Facts Every Fan Must Read

Consider yourself a fan of The Walking Dead? Who doesn’t! Let’s see how good a fan you are by seeing if you know any of the following facts about the hit TV show.

 

1. Zombie Dinner

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The actors playing walkers have dinner together during shooting, while the humans eat separately. We wouldn’t want to sit across the table from them either. Creepy humans!

 

2. Breathing Walkers

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Do you remember the 13th episode of season 2? It was filmed on a really cold night, so the film editors had to digitally remove vapour from the walkers’ mouths.

 

3. Daryl’s Crossbow

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Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon, uses a Horton Scout HD crossbow, and claims to take it home with him after filming.

 

4. The Most Walker Kills

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Rick has killed the most walkers in The Walking Dead, closely followed by Daryl.

 

5. Police at the Scene

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Remember the season 1 scene where Merle Dixon is shooting a gun off the rooftop? Local residents didn’t know they were filming and believed Merle Dixon was a sniper. The police were called and the SWAT team arrived “at the scene”. No arrests were made, luckily.

 

6. Lurker Life

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Remember the walker Rick shot in the season premiere? The Walking Dead released webisodes that revealed the zombie’s backstory.

 

7. The Walking World

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Want to know the real dangers of living in the world of The Walking Dead? The walkers outnumber living humans by 5,000 to 1.

 

8. Zombie Education

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All the walkers on screen have attended “zombie school” to learn how to walk and talk just like a zombie. Now that’s something to put on your CV!

 

9. Walker Names

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Zombies aren’t just called walkers in The Walking Dead; they’re also called “roamers”, “the herd”, “lurkers”, “floaters” and “biters”.

 

10. Smiling Skull

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Rick’s first walker kill left a colourful blood splatter in the shape of a smiling skull on his t-shirt. Sinister.

 

Want to read more interesting TV facts? Take a look at 10 Facts You Probably Don’t Know About The Simpsons.

 

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