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This article is about the Wall of the Lost in the Comic Series. You may be looking for the Wall of the Lost in the TV Series.

The Wall of the Lost is a notice board in the Commonwealth. It is used by it's residents to post photos of their missing loved ones, whom they hope to be reunited with.

Pre-Apocalypse

It is unclear if the wall existed before the outbreak, or if it was constructed and put up by the Commonwealth.

Post-Apocalypse

The Wall was used by the Commonwealth residents to post photos of their missing loved ones. Though some people were reunited thanks to the wall early on, it has been a long time since anyone on the wall has been found. Still, it provides a morale boost for the residents, so the Wall is maintained.

People Who Posted on the Wall

People Pictured and Mentioned on the Wall

Appearances

Comic Series

Volume 30: New World Order

Locations (Comic Series)
Locations Cynthiana, KentuckyHarris Memorial HospitalRick's NeighborhoodGrimes Family HomeAtlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta Survivor CampWiltshire EstatesGreene Family FarmMeriwether County Correctional FacilityWoodbury, GeorgiaWoodbury ArenaGovernor's ApartmentNational Guard StationWal-MartWoodbury Army CampFr. Gabriel Stokes' ChurchThe Hunters' BaseAlexandria Safe-ZoneHilltop ColonyWashington, D.C.The SanctuaryTower OutpostThe KingdomTrain Depot OutpostSavior OutpostOceansideSlade County Retirement HomeAtlantic CoastWhisperers' CampPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaJuanita's ApartmentTrain YardWall of the LostThe CommonwealthEvent ArenaThe WhitmoreGreenvilleGrimes Family FarmSpringhavenTrain TracksRick Grimes' Statue
Larger Regions KentuckyGeorgiaVirginiaPennsylvaniaOhioUnited States of America
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