Watch: Stranger Things-Inspired Halloween Installation Spooks Internet

Watch: A Stranger Things-inspired Halloween setup is scaring the internet

The Stranger Things-inspired installation outside a couple’s home in the United States.

Halloween is still a month away, but a couple in the United States have already spooked social media with an incredible installation in front of their house. It is based on the popular Netflix series stranger things and shows one of the Max characters suspended in the air. The installation references one of the scenes where Max is about to be possessed by the villainous Vecna ​​but her friends save her by playing her favorite song. A woman is seen walking under the model to prove he has no ground support.

The impressive creation recreated the popular scene where Max confronts Vecna ​​as his body levitates in a frozen state.

She is saved by the “Run up that hill“, a hit from the 1980s, and she comes back to reality.

A video of the installation was first shared by Dave and Aubrey on TikTok this week, from where it also appeared on other social media platforms.

The couple call themselves professional horror prop designers, according to Daily recording. The video quickly racked up millions of views and left social media users scratching their heads over how they managed to get their model to float through the air.

“I need to know how she is up there. Remind me when the reveal video is online please,” one user commented on Twitter.

“How do they do that?” asked another.

The scene appeared in the fourth season of the hit series.

Created by the Duffer brothers, stranger things is a Netflix sci-fi series centered on a group of children from the fictional rural town of Hawkins, Indiana who experience countless supernatural phenomena. The series stars Winona Ryder, David Harbor (Black Widow), Millie Bobby Brown (Enola Holmes), Finn Wolfhard and Joe Keery (Free Guy) in the lead.

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