The fourth season of “stranger things” came to Netflix and continues to be talked about among fans several days after its premiere. It is not for less if we take into account the setbacks in history and the fate of important characters such as Eddie Munson.
Certainly, his death is one of the saddest moments of the entire series, despite the fact that it is a new addition and with much less screen time. However, the little we were able to learn was enough for several fans to shed tears at its end.
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As we saw, the character of Joseph Quinn was a member of the Hellfire club, a group of Dungeons & Dragons-loving nerds who were accused of being an evil sect in fiction. What few know is that the showrunners were inspired by the real case of Damien Echols.
We can see this story in the HBO Max documentary called “Paradise Lost: Murder in Robin Hood Hills”, which tells us how some metalheads were falsely accused of murder in the 90s. The group’s favorite band, “Metallica”, was in charge of musicalizing the title.
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Fans presume that this important detail encouraged the creators of “Stranger things” to choose “Master of puppets” as the song with which Eddie would sacrifice himself at the end of the season.
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