Originally Posted by Mark$man
Did you see the writings on the walls/doors of houses? Crawford was looting through the buildings for months before Lee's group came. Molly was also ringing the bells for quite awhile. The entire town was tapped dry. There is little way either the walkers inside buildings would be killed or get drug out into the streets. Clem's parents were at the Marsh House, but there were ways outside. You know Ed was bitten, but Diana? You don't know. coulda been attacked by Ed and got killed after he chased her outside. Have you ever heard a bell from a bell tower? They aren't quiet. You can hear them from inside buildings, that's the point. Walkers would easily be attracted.
Danny would only have a pitchfork in him if you killed him. Andy could try to save him if you let him live, and he cuts him out of the trap. Danny dies of bloodloss outside the farm and kills Andy. Ding, two zombies now roaming around. They aren't far from the motel, only a walk's away. It's able to see the brothers as zombies getting lured by the bandits preparing to attack the inn. And that's how they get there. It's possible, but unlikely. Just think it'd be interesting. Or seeing them next season. Walkers can get around. They don't get tired.
I'm not debating the level of noise that they make; only the duration. I'm not convinced the noise would go on for long enough for a walker up several floors of a building to make its way towards the noise, when said noise is outside and involves negotiating corridors, stairs and doorways.
Andy is on his knees if you save him. You leave him when the walkers are about six feet away from him. Hard to believe he'd manage to get to Danny and cut him free in that time. If you kill Danny, he's still in the trap. The farm is a walk away, but it was a long walk nonetheless, and the walkers appeared very soon after the first shots.