A Stranger Things fan has created a gingerbread house that would be right at home in the small, strange town of Hawkins, Indiana.

Created by reddit user MemberofInternet, this Stranger Things gingerbread house (see below) features the regular version on the top and the ominous Upside Down version on the bottom. Here's what MemberofInternet posted on the message board about their imaginative gingerbread house that was inspired by the Netflix series:

"I used lollipop sticks as anchors attached to the inner walls of the upside-down house, passing the sticks through holes in the cardboard then making a 90 degree bend in each. Plus a lot of hot glue."

Production is now underway on the second season of Stranger Things, which will be released in 2017 on Netflix, and we'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on further details. In the meantime, catch up on our previous coverage of the ’80s-set series:

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