Stranger Things season four recently dropped its first official trailer and eagle-eyed fans believe they’ve spotted a series of cryptic clues within it.
The atmospheric trailer, set to the 1983 Journey song Separate Ways (Worlds Apart), suggests that Dr. Sam Owens (Paul Reiser) is seeking help from a powerless Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) in “a war” that threatens her friends back in Hawkins, Indiana.
Police chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour) is having a rough time in a Russian prison, where he’s seemingly forced to battle a Demogorgon. We also see what looks like the season’s main villain, an apparently intelligent being that lives in the terrifying parallel dimension known as the Upside Down.
The video focused on a tall, creepy grandfather clock labeled the Creel Clock. The Creel House is the site of a disturbing murder and is set to play a role in the new season.
Stranger Things captivated Netflix viewers when it debuted in 2016. Set in the small town of Hawkins in the 1980s, the show begins with the disappearance of a kid named Will Byers. Researchers at Hawkins National Laboratory have opened a gate to the creepy Upside Down and are experimenting on a group of children. One of those kids, known as Eleven, escapes and befriends Will’s gang.
Two more seasons have shaken up the original gang, with Hopper seemingly dying and Joyce Byers taking her own family, Eleven, and moving out of Hawkins. Season 4 is set in 1986.
Part 1 of season 4 comes to Netflix on May 27, and Part 2 on July 1.
We are powerful dialogues from Stranger Things 4 trailer below:
"Your suffering is almost...at an end"
"For a while we tried to be happy" - (Max Mayfield) Sadie Sink
"A war is coming"
"I don’t have my powers" - Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown)
"Without you, we can’t win this war" - Sam Owens (Paul Reiser)
"See you on the other side" - Steve Harrington (Joe Keery)
"On the other side" - Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer)
"I was convinced I was put here for some other reason" - Jim Hopper (David Harbour)
"People say Hawkins is cursed"
"You have lost"