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‘Stranger Things' Crop Art in Indiana Cornfield an Epic Tribute to Eddie Munson

"Stranger Things" shared a video of the artwork, which was created "somewhere in Indiana," with the title "Eddie, this is for you"

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If "Stranger Things" fans were looking for the perfect way to memorialize Eddie Munson, Netflix just gave it to them.

The fan-favorite character who heroically gave his life in the show's Season 4 finale is now the subject of an epic crop circle tribute.

"Stranger Things" shared a one-minute video of the artwork, which was created "somewhere in Indiana," with the title "Eddie, this is for you."

The art was designed by Stan Herd, known for creating realistic portraits using nature. Further details on where exactly in Indiana the artwork can be found were not immediately released.

In the video of the crop art, Metallica's song "Master of Puppets," which was at the center of Munson's peak moment on the show, plays in the background.

"Eddie Munson 4 Ever," the artwork reads, along with a portrait of Joseph Quinn's beloved character in his iconic Hellfire Club T-shirt.

Stranger Things Season 4, Vol. 2 was released earlier this month.

In the final episode, Munson plays Metallica's 1986 track on his guitar in an attempt to lure Demobats while others in the Hawkins group try to defeat Vecna in the upside down.

Quinn previously told Entertainment Tonight that the “Master of Puppets” guitar playing was “pretty much all me,” adding that he spent time practicing and learning the song before filming.

“I’ve played guitar since I was quite young. So, I had the foundations to take most of it,” the actor said. “But yeah, it’s great fun. Who wouldn’t wanna kind of be a rockstar for an afternoon?”

The scene was so popular, it even garnered a response from the band.

“The way The Duffer Brothers have incorporated music into ‘Stranger Things’ has always been next level, so we were beyond psyched for them to not only include ‘Master of Puppets’ in the show, but to have such a pivotal scene built around it,” the band wrote on their Instagram alongside a clip of the scene. “We were all stoked to see the final result and when we did we were totally blown away.”

Metallica noted that the scene was “so extremely well done” that people were able to “guess the song just by seeing a few seconds of Joseph Quinn’s hands in the trailer!!"

"How crazy cool is that?” the band wrote. "It’s an incredible honor to be such a big part of Eddie’s journey and to once again be keeping company with all of the other amazing artists featured in the show.

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