Fans continue to wait on the edge of their seats. Some thought the series might release a trailer or possibly a poster on February 6, following Noah Schnapp’s Instagram post. But the day came and went without any new information. Now all eyes are on Super Bowl LVI and the possibility of Netflix seizing the opportunity to release a trailer. While we wait, let’s take a look at some potential Stranger Things season 4 conspiracy theories.
Stranger Things Season 4 may be using Victor Creel’s murder charge as a red herring.
Robert Englund plays a new character, Victor Creel, in season 4 of Stranger Things, and his backstory is surrounded by a lot of mystery. Also read: Snowpiercer Season 3 Roster: Who’s In The Roster?. In August 2021, the Stranger Things Twitter account posted a short newspaper microfiche detailing the Creel murders.
Authorities accuse Victor of murdering his wife and two young children after they moved into their large Victorian house in Hawkins, Indiana in the 1950s. However, in the Creel House teaser, clips show the lights inside the house flickering. While most people attribute this to electrical problems, all Stranger Things fans know it’s a clear sign of the Demogorgon.
Newspaper coverage of Stranger Things season 4 points to someone claiming a vengeance demon was responsible for the murder of Victor’s wife and children. Victor took the beast upside down for a demon? It certainly seems possible.
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In the “Stranger Things” season 4 teaser “Welcome to California,” the door to the desert serves as the door to an underground lab.
There’s no reason to have a door in the middle of the desert unless whoever made it doesn’t want to keep something top secret. The door that seems to go nowhere, Dr. It can serve as an entrance to an underground lab where villainous types like Brenner (Matthew Modine) unwittingly continue to conduct horrific experiments on victims.
People also saw several military vehicles and helicopters converging in a desert area. Dr. When Brenner returns to torturing kids like Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), it turns out there’s a connection to the mysterious door. Could this door lead to Project Nina Stranger Things Season 4, which the writers are constantly talking about?
Eleven has her own “Carrie” moment when she stands up to bullies at her new school.
Eleven grew up in a lab and continues to struggle to understand the nuances of friendship, even though she has a few years to adjust to real life. In the trailer for Stranger Things season 4, “Welcome to California,” Eleven talks about the letter she wrote to Mike (Finn Wolfhard). He tells her about his new friends at school, but what the audience sees contradicts what he said. Schoolchildren laugh at him and spit in his face.
Eleven lost their powers at the end of Season 3 of Stranger Things, but it’s unlikely to stay without them for long. A chaotic scene from the “Welcome to California” teaser shows Eleven running circles on a skating rink, seemingly upset and scared. Viewers saw that Eleven made a deal with Troy and James for bullying Mike and Dustin in Season 1 of Stranger Things, but what if this time she takes on her own bullies? The skating rink, like in Stephen King’s Carrie, can be the perfect opportunity for Eleven to take revenge on the kids who constantly bullied her at her school. But who can say that, having been deprived of their power for so long, he knows how to control them as well as before?
For now, the long wait until summer continues. Meanwhile, fans can rewatch the first three seasons of Stranger Things on Netflix.