What's up with Molly?
Spoilermy prediction about Molly
When Molly appeared at the river front she was hesitant to give too much information on how she knew what went on at crawford She doesn't kill lee when clementine shows up but when walkers show up she's ready to leave the three of them behind. When they go to Crawford Molly says she will help for a spot on the boat in exchange. She acts suspicious when you look for the battery and she disappears, only to see her shadow run behind you as you reach the shack. When you reach the garage she goes beast on the walker ( doctor from the video tape). When Lee asks Molly what she's doing she sounds upset and angry and says "you never know when they're really dead. You have your way of killing them and I have mine". Yet she never stabbed the brain. After Lee takes the battery she puts it in her backpack and takes off with it for a while and went who knows where? Finally she returns with a picture in her hand and doesn't say what she had to do. After getting back to the house Lee panics about where Clementine went. Molly tells Lee she's decided to take off and sounds suspicious about that.
My opinion? It's too much a coincidence that she decides to leave right when clementine goes missing. I think she is working for the guy on the radio and planned the bells ringing. The reason the radio guy helped was because he wanted clementine alive. When they went to Crawford I believe she went to tell the radio guy what they're plan was so he could choose the best time to find clementine. I also believe that Vernon is in on it too. He was from Crawford. Molly knew a lot about Crawford which gives me the feeling she used to be part of it. And like many people I think the radio guy was from Crawford also(maybe the leader). When they arrive in Savannah Molly rings the bell and the radio guy comes on the radio. When Molly leaves the group Clem goes missing and the guy comes on the radio again. Coincidence?
This is just something to think about. I've played it over in my head and have come to no other conclusion. What do you think?