Game of thrones mother's mercy
Jon Snow in "Game of Thrones" season 5 finale 'Mother's Mercy'HBO

"Game of Thrones" season 5 finale left its fans with many unanswered questions, but the biggest cliffhanger was Jon Snow's death. Everyone has been speculating about the Lord Commander's fate in HBO's fantasy series, and the internet is flooded with various fan theories, hinting at a possible comeback.

Well, it looks like "Game of Thrones" makers have just heard the anxious fans' plea, who have been waiting for signs that Jon Snow's alive. Guess Jon Snow has come back from the dead. At least that's what the new leaked on-set photos reveal.

Kit Harington was spotted in Belfast where the upcoming season is being filmed. The Daily Mail has got its hands on some unofficial leaked photos from the sets and it shows Kit aka Jon Snow not just hanging out with the crew, but actually in full costume, ready to shoot a fight scene.

Earlier when reports of Kit being spotted in Belfast came out, many assumed that it could be to shoot for his funeral scenes, but these new leaked images reveal that he could be coming back for good.

The grainy leaked image shows the actor's back turned to the camera, standing under the umbrella with The Red Witch Lady Melisandre. He is wearing a sword at his hip and a blue top as he stands in the middle of the set. But surprisingly, he is not wearing the black armour, hinting at the possibility that he's not part of the Night's Watch anymore.

As we all know that Jon Snow died in season 5 finale after members of the Night's Watch murdered him and fans were left to watch him bleed — not to death, though. After looking at the pictures, it looks like all speculations will come to rest. And at this point, we think the closest fan theory that fits the bill is that of Melisandre resurrecting Jon Snow.

Other major hint about Jon Snow's possible return was dropped by the actor himself in his interview with Belgian magazine Humo. "'Let's just say that "Game Of Thrones" will remain a part of my life for a while. I'll probably be in my thirties when it's over," he said when asked about his future in the series.

These are very strong photographic evidence, but Jon Snow's presence in the upcoming season is not officially confirmed yet. Fans will have to wait for "Game of Thrones" season 6 to premiere to get their answers.

"Game of Thrones" season 6 is expected to be premiered in April 2016.

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