Okay, so it likely won’t be that bad for fans, as going missing doesn’t necessarily mean being dead. Although if the disappearance is tied to the maniacal killer Mr. Scratch, who may or may not have been responsible for the multi-vehicle accident, then that character probably won’t find much of a silver lining in having survived the crash. To that end, it’s also interesting how Erica Messer told EW that Garcia and Simmons would “see who is injured,” which also doesn’t directly imply fatalities. Wisely, all involved have been mum about what actually happened, and this show doesn’t exactly have fans trying to spoil things, as it goes with The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. And so we wait.
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