Photography Mystery Deepens For “Westworld”

The HBO-produced TV show, “Westworld” is one of the most critically-acclaimed of recent years but a mystery in the real world is unfolding according to The Huffington Post. Fans of the show were shocked to discover a pivotal part of the “Westworld” mystery appears to have been drawn from a stock image published openly Online.

Fans of the show were given their first glimpse into the Android world when Peter Abernathy, played by Louis Herthum began to malfunction in his wild west setting when he discovered a photo of a woman in Times Square. The photo has been seen as an important clue to the mystery of the series based on the 1973 film written and directed by Michael Crichton. Fans conducting a search for the image were shocked to discover the image was not produced directly for the show but was, in fact, a stock image published Online by Getty Images.

Creators Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan are known for their attention to detail so a photography mystery would seem difficult to explain particularly when fans noticed even more mysteries were appearing when they complete Online searches for the mysterious photo featuring actress Claire Unabia. The photographer credited with taking the photo is one Erik Von Weber, a name similar to main “Westworld” character Arnold Weber who has published a number of photos Online with Getty Images many feel are related to the coming season of the show.

AMng the images produced by Erik Vin Weber are a range of portraits of knights, samurai, and barbarians who all made an appearance in the two movies created as part of the “Westworld” franchise in the 1970s. The appearance of Claire Unabia in the show has only added to this photographic mystery which has fans of the HBO show pondering what this means for the future of the Anthony Hopkins led series.

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