We already wrote about several of the most interesting scenes from the "Game of Thrones" Season 7 official trailer. Today we will focus on three secret details discovered by freezing the video at the right time. Although most of the fans already saw the frames we're going to analyze in the video trailer, we would like to remind everyone that spoilers on the next season of "Game of Thrones" may follow.

Who is Jon choking?

In a dark and confused scene, Jon Snow pushes someone against a wall and chokes him. This picture tells us a lot: the man Jon pushes is Petyr Baelish aka Littlefinger, and the place in which they fight is a crypt.

Not a "generic" crypt, but the one Winterfell in which Ned Stark and Robert Baratheon, during "Game of Thrones" season 1, talked about by Lyanna Stark. Although a lot of reasons can be found to argue with Littlefinger, we believe Jon will lose control during a discussion about his parents.

Moreover, we can speculate that the scene in which Littlefinger is lurking in the shadow looking extremely creepy is set in the crypt of Winterfell as well.

Who owns that ship?

If you click on the photo gallery above you can see the screenshot of a ship on a dark and stormy night. Despite the fact that only a portion of the sigil can be seen on the sail, we're definitely looking at a Greyjoy ship, since the Kraken's tentacles are clearly visible.

We also know that the vessel is not one of Yara Greyjoy's ships: considering that the frame occurs when Cersei Lannister mentions "the enemies to the west", and considering that the Iron Islands are located in the Sunset Sea off the western coast of Westeros, we are pretty sure we're looking at one of Euron Greyjoy's ships.

Whose hand is that?

You're not going to like this. Jorah Mormont left his beloved Daenerys behind in Season 6 to search out a cure for the greyscale he contracted while navigating near Old Valyria with Tyrion Lannister. Now, if you look carefully at the lightened up picture of the hand reaching trough a cell door, you will notice a stony skin similar to the one we saw on Jorah's forearm in the previous season.

Apparently, Jorah Mormont's greyscale will get worse and the exiled knight will be quarantined somewhere.

'GOT' season 7 official trailer

If you want to watch the season 7 trailer again, you can find it below.

Don't forget: the long-awaited first episode of the next season of the TV series will air on July 16 on HBO.