Stranger Things fans left screaming by terrifying season 5 clue hidden in Netflix teaser – but did you spot it? | The Sun
STRANGER Things fans have been left hiding behind their sofas by a terrifying season 5 clue which was seen in the Netflix teaser – but did you catch it?
The fifth season of the hit horror show is nearing, and eager fans are looking for hints.
Well, they're in luck because Netflix has just dropped a frightening but epic teaser and it's packed with plenty of clues.
The official account posted a short video of rubble at the Starcourt Mall, where both Robin (Maya Hawke) and Steve (Joe Keery) worked at Scoops Ahoy, on X (previously Twitter).
The white board that Robin sarcastically scribbled in to represent the numerous occasions Steve demonstrated that he "sucked" lay on the floor among the debris, along with the sign for the ice cream shop with a marine theme.
After reading the Stranger Things account's statement, "Excuse our mess," fans quickly got to work trying to figure out any hidden hints.
Read more on Stranger Things
Millie Bobby Brown stuns in floral playsuit after revealing she’s engaged
Netflix announces Stranger Things spin-off series – but there’s a major twist
Some people noticed the Scoops Ahoy sign's flashing lights right away because the pattern they were making appeared to be Morse code.
One fan asked: "Does the light mean anything in Morse code?’
Another queried: "What if the lights flicking are Morse code Stranger Things fandom wake up!"
A third penned: "The Morse code spells out RUN."
Most read in TV
Holly Willoughby genuinely hates me & makes it known, says TV star
Deal or No Deal legend Noel Edmonds shocks fans with new career abroad
Loose Women legend reveals shocking 10-year shoplifting habit
Amanda Holden reveals brush with Strictly curse dancing with Pasha Kovalev
But one fan clocked that the teaser perhaps wasn't even about season 5 – and they were right as the official account commented after.
The Stranger Things account seemed to imply that it was all about the frozen dessert.
A fan commented on the teaser: "I would love a Scoops Ahoy ice cream right now."
And the official show account hit back with: "Boy do I have good news for you."
Source: Read Full Article