This ‘Walking Dead’ Video Dissects The Negan Scene Frame By Frame To Determine Who Died

The Walking Dead‘s season six finale has a lot of people feeling upset and obsessed at the same time. We all hated how it ended with no payoff and no way to tell who died. Or did it? There’s a lot of people on the internet who want to believe AMC wouldn’t do this to us, and there must be clues hidden Zapruder-style in the final scene that reveal who Negan killed with his baseball bat Lucille.

Up until this point, a lot of people have been trying to decode who died using the hilarious “Eenie Meenie miny moe” method, which tries to make sense of the order Negan points his bat at people and then finishing the nursery rhyme to completion using that pattern. The problem with this method is there’s a point where there’s multiple quick cuts of Lucille pointed at a bunch of random people out of order. So everything becomes guesswork, and we’re no closer to a definitive answer on who dies at the end of the episode.

Then there’s the group of people who are trying to use environmental clues to pinpoint where Negan was standing or whose first person perspective we were seeing when they got the bat. YouTuber BeforeISleepFilms increased the brightness on the entire scene and identified a couple of unique features in front of the person getting Lucille’d. They get hit with the bat, their head goes down and to the left, and we see two rocks.

Cutting back to the wide shot of all our favorite zombie apocalypse survivors kneeling in front of Negan, and you’ll see two similar looking rocks in front of Glenn.

This also matches up with other people who have noted that the person who was Lucille’d doesn’t see the RV behind Negan… and based on where Glenn is in line, he wouldn’t see the RV.