The identity of American prisoners on Stranger Things is unknown, but there may be magicians in the series that show that Hopper is a prisoner.
In the third season of Stranger Things, Jim Hopper seems to have died. However, this series can provide information about his survival – and he also shows that he is an American prisoner.
In the third season of Stranger Things, the group was divided into three groups and dealt with various threats which eventually merged into one and caused a merger.
Smart Flyers are still nearby and have new (terrible) plans, and Russia is experimenting and opening another gate at Hawkins in the underground laboratory under the new Starcourt Mall.
There are many, but the series still manages to give each surface enough time to develop it well.
By the end of the third season of Stranger Things, Eleven had lost strength, Hopper was (supposedly) dead and Russia was experimenting with Riding on the Other Side of the World.
It was also revealed that Russia had Demogorgons and prisoners, including at least one American.
The identity of American prisoners and what happened to Hopper is the biggest question fans have been waiting for in the fourth season, but many theories emerge at this time.
Many fans believe that Hopper is still alive, caught on the summit, or locked by Russia. Of course, the Duffer brothers did not reveal details about Hopper’s fate, but they might have missed the big picture in season 3 – but it was very hidden.
The Stranger thing’s with the big hint box is America.
Netflix released “Behind-the-Scenes Full Access” in July, which showed the kit used in Stranger Things.
The tour includes several close-ups of many objects in the Hopper cabin, Mike’s basement, Will’s room, and more – and there are details in Will’s bedroom that have caught the attention of fans.
Will is a very creative child and is constantly drawing what helps the group through the second season because that is the way it communicates when a smart player takes control of himself.
Many of his pictures can be seen in his room, and some can be seen on the tour, including those depicting a man in prison.
Fans point out that the man is very similar to Hopper and immediately connects the image with the average credit scene in season 3.
Of course, the big question here is how Will might know that Hopper is or could be a prisoner at some point – it is unknown whether the image existed at the beginning or was made after Hopper’s death.
However, this was another problem when Byers moved from Hawkins at the end of the season and all their belongings were full when the crowd met again.
After the battle at Starcourt Mall, it would be busy Islay. If you put that aside and assume that the picture is an idea for Hopper’s survival and existence, it could also suggest that Season 4 is developing strength, which will be very helpful to get a good old Hopper to save it.
The fourth season of Stranger Things didn’t come as fast as the fans wanted, and the Duffer brothers kept every secret detail, the secrets of American prisoners, Hopper’s survival, and whether Will’s picture was a clue or not.
Even if it doesn’t mean anything, it’s fun to see how the production team pays attention to details and how to translate each character’s characters.