House of Victor Creel
As one of the main sets for Stranger Things season 4, Victor Creel’s house gave the actors the opportunity to shoot inside the Claremont House, a former bed & breakfast in Rome, a small town in the state of Georgia. Victorian Gothic in style, the building is perfect for housing the source of the evil being at the center of the series’ plot.
For the purposes of filming, the Duffer brothers, the showrunners, first shoot flashback sequences in the house as it appears in reality, beautifully painted and set in a remarkably well-kept park. Later, after telling the origin of Vecna, the terrible creature of the Upside-Down, the directors return to the present time and make up the house to give it a much more disturbing aspect, in the purest tradition of American horror films of the 1970s / 1980s. The paint appears chipped and faded, the doors and windows are barricaded and cobwebs are added everywhere. Very impressive, the manor house now takes place in a dilapidated environment of the most beautiful effect.
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However, as is often the case in this scenario, the sequences that are supposed to take place indoors are shot in a studio, on several levels. A real star of season 4, Victor Creel’s house also has its version in the Upside-Down where it is literally cut into pieces to illustrate Vecna’s perfidy. Season 4 of Stranger Things was shot under the seal of secrecy. The code name chosen by the Duffer brothers? M247 Mule. An affirmed reference to one of the villains of the Stephen King movie Maximum Overdrive. Of course, season 4 also gives a nod to Freddy Krueger, the iconic character created by Wes Craven in A Nightmare on Elm Street, whom Vecna closely resembles. Robert Englund, the legendary interpreter of the steel-clawed killer, also makes a notable appearance as Victor Creel.
The ninth episode of Stranger Things season 4 is the longest of the entire series. It lasts 150 minutes.
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This former bed & breakfast is located near Grizzard Park, not far from downtown Rome in the state of Georgia.
Claremont House in Rome was built in 1882 for Colonel Hamilton Yancey and his family. With six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, offering a large lot and nicely furnished with period furniture including many antiques, it becomes a bed & breakfast. Its Victorian Gothic architectural style delights visitors. In 2019, the owners decide to close shop. The Claremont House is then put up for sale for just under $500,000. It appears in particular in the credits of season 4 of the series Stranger Things.
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