A dead character may return in “Game of Thrones” Season 6. A former cast member of the show was spotted on the set of the show. Meanwhile, production at El Chorrillo will reportedly begin soon. [Spoiler alert]

Sibel Kekilli (Shae) has been spotted on the set in Peniscola. A picture of the actress posted on the Twitter page of Dragons and Direwolves shows her walking alongside fellow cast member Conleth Hill (Varys). Readers should note, however, that the actress is not in costume while Hill is.

In another tweet, Dragons and Direwolves confirmed that Kekilli is currently staying in the same hotel as the other cast members of the show. Former cast members don’t usually visit the set and so the presence of Kekilli has led to some fan speculation that she may be there to film a flashback scene. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) had killed Shae in the previous season after she humiliated him at a public hearing and was later found in Tywin’s (Charles Dance) room.

More pictures from the production set of “Game of Thrones” Season 6 posted on WinterIsComing, reveal the difficulties that Tyrion will have to face in order to restore order in Meereen. One of the pictures shows graffiti on a wall that reads “Kill the Masters” and right under it is the line “Mhysa Is A Master.”

“Kill the Masters” is what Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) said to the Unsullied army when she was given control of them. With those words Daenerys wanted to free all the slaves and later came to be known as Mhysa, which means mother. The graffiti appears to be the work of the Sons of the Harpy, a shadowy group that is against the ending of slavery. This may be an attempt to try and get some of the Unsullied to turn against Daenerys.

Meanwhile, production of “Game of Thrones” Season 6 is expected to begin soon in another location in Spain. According to a report by LaVozDeAlmeria, filming in El Chorrillo has been scheduled to begin on Oct. 10. Filming at this location is expected to take place for at least four days.

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