I Told You George R. R. Martin Wasn’t Going To Stop At Characters!

I told you George R. R. Martin wasn’t going to stop at killing characters in Game of Thrones! First an actor died. Now he’s going after the staff!

That’s right, Katherine Chappell, a special effects editor who had worked on Game of Thrones, died recently after being mauled by a lion.

Where will it stop, George?! Who’s next? Viewers? Characters of other books/shows?


(I felt bad about posting this, but I couldn’t help myself. In truth I still feel sorry for the loss of the lives of // <![CDATA[
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if (screen.width JJ Murphy and Katherine Chappell. Loss of all human life is tragic and I don’t mean to make light of their deaths. My most heartfelt sympathies are still with their family and friends. I just couldn’t help making a joke given their connection to Game of Thrones. I hope all involved will forgive me.)


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