Stranger Things Season 4 Set Photo Teases Possible [SPOILERS]

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
May 30, 2021  04:27 PM

We're still waiting for Stranger Things Season 4 and the upcoming season continues to be a huge mystery. However, new set photos might confirm that the series will have to deal with a heartbreaking event for the residents of Hawkins.

The new set photos have been shared on Twitter and it looks like the Hawkins residents will be heading to a location that we have already seen in the first season of Stranger Things. Unfortunately, it could also mean that another individual will not be back any time soon. You can check out the images here.

There is little doubt that Stranger Things fans don't like the idea of visiting the Hawkins cemetery. After all, this could mean that another character has been killed off in the show. However, there are also speculations that the visit to the cemetery in Season 4 will actually be similar to what happened in the first season.


In Season 1, fans saw the Byers family burying Will Byers, or at least his fake body. It would later be revealed that Will was still alive and has been stuck in the Upside Down. With that in mind, there is a possibility that we'll be seeing the same thing in Season 4.

It has already been established that everyone in Hawkins believes that Jim Hopper died in the Battle of Star Court. However, viewers know that Hopper is alive and has been taken to Russia. It's possible that the funeral in Season 4 is actually for Hopper but he will still be back in Stranger Things.


Stranger Things Season 4 has not yet been given an official release date. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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