Another day and another Kit Harington sighting in Belfast, Ireland giving more way for speculations that Jon Snow is back in "Game of Thrones."
"Last week, he and his still-long hair were spotted making a shopping trip, looking casual in jeans and a jacket as he picked up some pizza and wine," said Pop Sugar.
The site said, "The sighting comes after he stepped out with a Game of Thrones costar last month, all smiles as he and Ben Crompton strolled through Belfast."
The "Game of Thrones" season 5 finale shows Kit Harrington's character Jon Snow bathing in his own blood after he was stabbed by his brothers in the Night Watch for committing treason when he tried to forge an alliance with the free folk.
Despite the producers, and Kit Harington himself, insisting that Jon Snow is dead, that didn't stop "Game of Thrones" fans from rallying off theories about the popular character being resurrected by Melisandre herself after noting her arrival on the fortress prior to Jon Snow being stabbed.
There's also another theory that Jon Snow will warg himself into his direwolf.
Another popular theory is that Jon Snow will come back as Azor Ahai who defeated the White Walkers during the Long Night.
"He was called by many names throughout the fictional lands of Westeros, Essos, and beyond," said Vanity Fair. "The Prince That Was Promised, the Last Hero, the Stallion Who Mounts the World, Azor Ahai, etc."
"These are probably all the same savior figure, and, according to a widespread prophecy, he's destined to be reborn and save the world once more."
Last week, Kit Harington was snapped with "Game of Thrones" season 5 actress Nathalie Emmanuel in Belfast in what appeared to be a meeting.
Fansite Watchers on the Wall pointed out that Kit Harington hasn't really cut the long locks that Jon Snow sports in "Game of Thrones. Also, the 28-year-old actor was also staying in Banbridge, Northern Ireland as reported by a tweet from user Jan Gilmore on July 29.
"Banbridge is home to the Linen Mill Studios where Thrones films every year. A pretty good indicator that he's sticking around!" it said.