5 Places ‘Stranger Things’ Should Film In Wyoming
The show Stranger Things is a huge hit for Netflix. It seems like everyone has watched the adventures of a group of kids in a small Indiana town as they fight the forces of evil scientists, government secrets, and darkness from another dimension.
Despite the show depicting the crew growing up in Indiana, actual filming is done on a studio lot in Georgia. Since they're probably in the process of making the new season right now we have an idea.
It may be nearly 2,000 miles away, but we think Stranger Things could benefit from filming a few episodes in Wyoming. Check out some of our ideas for filming locations:
There are a multitude of government cover-ups that we're just getting into with this series. F.E. Warren would serve as a great backdrop as we learn more about Eleven's past.
This odd terrain between Casper and Riverton worked perfectly for the movie 'Starship Troopers.' We think it could serve as a unique landscape for "the upside down."
Abandoned mines, old vacant buildings, a creepy and cool atmosphere that would be perfect for the crew to find some drama.
Many outdoor shots of the fake Indiana setting are in a dense forest. We don't have a lot of dense forest options, but Medicine Bow would do nicely. Plus, we really want to see Medicine Bow Peak in "the upside down."
Anywhere along the Union Pacific railroad tracks seems like a great fit for this 1980's-based series.