By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. They need to have Hopper beating up Russians while Don’t mess around with Jim plays. After the credits roll on the latest season of Stranger Things, we’re transported to a facility on the Kamchatka Peninsula in far east Russia, where the Soviets are feeding humans to a Demogorgon they’ve taken captive. One self-described “linguist” writing on the Stranger Things Reddit had an interesting theory about what Kamchatka means. The Indian Express is now on Telegram. When activated using two special keys, the machine fired a high-powered energy ray which could open "a doorway between worlds". Express. Stranger Things season 3 Easter eggs: All the TV and film references. Kamchatka has a number of meanings that suggest both that Jim Hopper (played by David Harbour) is still alive and that the place has some strong connection to the Upside Down. The Netflix show ends with a scene set in Kamchatka, where there is a Russian base holding a prisoner known as “The American”. Well, it seems pretty clear that Kamchatka wasn’t named after the Upside Down, but the mysterious nature of this region certainly seems ripe for Netflix’s sci-fi horror series. Therefore, Hopper could have ended up in one of these tunnels after the explosion and is now a “man of the far end” of this portal, trapped in Russia after, presumably, the explosion closed off the end of the tunnel in Hawkins. More importantly, however, this translation seems to be entirely false. Although it's not all good news for our 'American'; [Hopper] is imprisoned far from home in the snowy wasteland of Kamchatka, Russia, where he will face dangers both human… and other. Stranger Things season 3: What happened to Eleven at the end?

However, one Stranger Things fan on Reddit offered up an even wilder theory, arguing that the facility in the post-credits scene isn’t in Russia at all, it’s in the Upside Down. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. This article or section reveals main events from the series.

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