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Spoiler Alert: If you haven't seen last week's episode of Arrow, watch it, and then come back, because we'll be dealing with spoilers. If yo want to continue anyway, I'm not going to stop you. But remember that you have been WARNED!

Last week, we saw Arrow bid adieu to someone who's been an integral part of the show from the very first episode of the show, Laurel Lance a.k.a. The Black Canary played by Katie Cassidy.

"But is she really dead?"

That's the question I've been asking myself, ever since I saw this promotional picture (below) of Episode 19, "Canary Cry", that was released by The CW.

If you look carefully enough, the gravestone, in front of which Oliver is standing and in front of which the coffin is kept, doesn't have Laurel's name on it. It has Oliver's son's name on it. The "Clayton" and "-2016" is very clearly visible. Now, look in between Oliver's leg. Can you see the "WI"? Which means it has to be William Clayton in that coffin.

Now, this pretty much confirms that Oliver's son is in a grave. But is Laurel also in a grave? Was her death a set up? Or are both of them dead?

Too many questions are revolving around the next episode of Arrow when season 4 resumes on April 27th. All that we can do till then is only wait and speculate.

Watch the promo for the next episode of Arrow:

Who do you think is actually going to end up in a grave?

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