The Walking Dead: Who is on the radio asking for help?

Daryl Dixon, The Walking Dead - AMC
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Who is on the walkie-talkie radio asking for help from Daryl, Sasha and Abraham at the end of The Walking Dead season 6 episode 6: Always Accountable?

Fans of The Walking Dead got left with another cliffhanger at the end of this week’s episode.  This time, it was something that only took a split second.

As Daryl Dixon was driving toward Alexandria with Sasha Williams and Abraham Ford with him, a voice sounded over their walkie-talkie asking for help.  The big question on everyone’s mind now is who that voice belongs to, what the situation is for them, and whether or not the group will go help.

In case you missed it, here is the closing moments of The Walking Dead 606 with the radio transmission at the end.  This video comes to us from Daryl Dixon on YouTube:

After several listens to the voice on the radio and thinking about the direction that the story is headed in on The Walking Dead, I’m pretty doubtful that the voice is Glenn Rhee.  It just doesn’t sound like Steven Yeun’s character to me at all.  While it’s still a possibility, there are other options.

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The voice could be Dwight calling for help.  Remember the guy that stole Daryl’s motorcycle and crossbow?  Well, he was being chased by a group of people that he and his lady friend were wronged by, so he could be in big trouble if those individuals caught up to him.  Desperate people do desperate things, even asking for help from those that they’ve wronged.

It could also be that group that is after Dwight.  They could have captured him and figured out what radio frequency Daryl, Rick and the rest were using.  If this is the case, Daryl, Sasha and Abraham could be in for a huge trap if they decide to go and help them.  Disguising themselves as people in distress would be a great tactic to trick people into getting their supplies.

Finally, it could be Rick.  Since we’re seeing the same period of time in several of the episodes, it’s possible that Rick called for help.  That would be strange though, since Rick returned to Alexandria, didn’t mention the others, and was running from the large group of walkers.

So, who do you think was the voice on the radio?

Hopefully, we’ll find out the answer during next week’s episode of The Walking Dead on November 22, 2015.  That episode is titled “Heads Up” and will air on AMC.  Don’t miss it!