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Stranger Things reveals sad background story of Jim Hopper

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It was already clear that Jim Hopper from Stranger Things has a fierce background story. The policeman lost his daughter to cancer, but got a second chance as father to ‘adopt’ Eleven. Now it appears that the two have a connection. Please note: this article contains spoilers about Stranger Things season three.

The third season of Stranger Things did not end very well for Jim Hopper and his fans. How it actually ended with the policeman is still unclear, but his love for his ‘daughter’ Eleven is all too clear. Netflix now even reveals that there is a connection between the paranormal teenager and Hoppers deceased daughter, Sara. It is a blue hair band that the young girl wore and is now on the wrists of Hopper and Eleven.

This secret part of the series is now widely measured by Netflix on social media. Hopper would indicate that he recognizes Eleven as his real daughter by giving the headband. The paranormally gifted girl has been wearing the band since the first episode of season two, the moment the “adoption” took place. One of the big questions for the next season is what exactly happened to Hopper after the apparent death at the end of the third season.

In the last episode of the last season it was also seen that Eleven reads a letter from her father. Moreover, together with Will, his mother and brother, she moves to a new house far from Hawkins. What this means for the friendship between the teenagers only becomes clear when there is a new episode on Netflix. It is said that they will be recorded this year and that is why fans think season four will already be on the streaming service next year.

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