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Stranger Things writers, the Duffer Brothers, have broken their silence on a theory that’s been sparking fans’ curiosity across the web. Claims a scene in season one had been re-edited was strongly denied by the pair, despite protests from viewers.

Fans of Stranger Things think they’ve spotted some fishy behaviour relating to the very first season of the sci-fi Netflix horror.

Claims of re-editing and re-cutting scenes have been circulating for a while and show bosses have finally weighed in with some answers.

Denying any re-jigging of show material, the Duffer Brothers swore nothing had ever been tampered with from the unique episode roll-out.

Viewers provided their evidence that will suggest otherwise.

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Despite this, the official account for the Stranger Things writers’ room tweeted contrary information.

They insisted that: “No scenes from previous seasons have ever been cut or re-edited. And so they never can be.”

In one other tweet, the identical cohort reassured fans this included the season one scene accused of being tampered with.

First spotted on the social media site Tik Tok, the potential re-editing rumour was began there and took off exponentially.

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