[PHOTOS] ‘The Walking Dead’ deaths: Top 20 most shocking of all time, from Amy to Glenn

The characters on “The Walking Dead” live in perpetual fear of death. In fact, of the entire Season 1 cast only a precious few are still alive as of today. Click through our photo gallery above highlighting the Top 20 most shocking “Walking Dead” deaths of all time, from the very first (Emma Bell‘s sweet Amy) to the gut-wrenching most recent (we miss you so much, Glenn).

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Unlike any other show on television, AMC’s zombie apocalypse drama has no fear of killing off its main characters. Over the years we’ve lost such important figures as Shane (Jon Bernthal), Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies), Andrea (Laurie Holden), Hershel (Scott Wilson), and most recently the one-two punch of Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn (Steven Yeun).

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Now that the terrifying Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his trusty bat Lucille have joined the cast as the newest villains on the block, there’s a strong chance we’ll be seeing many more funerals on “The Walking Dead.” But who will die next? Currently our photo gallery only consists of the Top 20 most shocking deaths, but before the end of Season 7 we have a feeling that number will climb dramatically.

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