Warning: This post contains spoilers for the third season of Stranger Things ! I have not seen the season yet (though I did not sure what you are waiting for at this point).
Stranger Things has a large list of intriguing characters in its cast, but much to the chagrin of the fans. A good number of these characters tend to end cruelly in the series (#JusticeForBarb forever) It can be difficult to keep track of who died in which season, and with the premiere of Season Three last week, you might need a quick summary of the season.
Here's a list of all who died at Stranger Things 3 .
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Bruce Lowe  Bruce is one of the journalists at The Hawkins Post, and he spent in the green de spent all his time trying to downsize Nancy because of her journalistic ideas.
Bruce later becomes a member of The Flayed, and as Nancy and Jonathan emerge At Hawkins Memorial Hospital, he tries to find the new hideout of Mind Flayer and kill her. Nancy, however, wins and crushes his skills with a fire extinguisher.
Tom was editor-in-chief of the Hawkins Post and became a member of Mind Flayer's The Swarm when Heather brought Billy to dinner.
He and Bruce tried to chase Nancy and Jonathan at Hawkins Memorial Hospital, but Jonathan killed Tom by stabbing him in the neck with scissors. After Tom and Bruce die, their bodies melt and transform into a new creature.
Sweet, friendly Heather just wanted to flirt with Billy all summer, but she was instead kidnapped by him and turned into a member of the Flayed. She later helped Billy bring her parents to Mind Flayer.
Heather was killed by Mind Flayer when he melted her, her mother and other members of the Flayed to create a new, stronger monster.
Doris just wanted to know why these damned rats ate her fertilizer, but instead she became a member of the Flayed and began desperately eating fertilizer . Doris's call to The Hawkins Post about the rats also helped Nancy find out something was wrong with Hawkins.
Doris was last seen melting to create the larger, stronger Mind Flayer.
Alexei was a man of simple needs: just a cherry slurpee and a whopper from Burger King. He was also a Russian scientist working on the machine below the Starcourt Mall, which was supposed to be the gateway to the Upside Down.
Hopper and Joyce basically abducted Alexei to get answers to the events surrounding Hawkins Murray, who speaks Russian, could find a way to close the gate.
Unfortunately, Alexei was killed at the Hawkins Fun Fair. Murray had left him unattended, and Grigori, one of the Russian soldiers, shot Alexei deadly.
Unlike many other characters on the list, we were glad to see that the Terminator-wannabe man got what came for him. Grigori was a big nuisance for the entire season, killing Alexei and another nameless Russian scientist. He also attacked Hopper when he saw him and Joyce inspecting the Hawkins National Laboratory.
Hopper retaliated later when he threw Grigori against the Russian machine under Starcourt, who tore him to pieces.
In the first episode of Season Three, Billy was obsessed by Mind Flayer. He then spent the whole season recruiting people (also known as kidnapping) and bringing them to the Mind Flayer to be skinned.
During the final episode of Season Three, Billy has a chance to help Mind Flayer kill Elf, but after pleading with him and reminding him of his benevolent mother, he leaves the trance and decides to rescue Elf. to sacrifice oneself to the Mind Flayer.
The Mindbreaker has finally disappeared this time (we hope). Joyce could turn the key to destroy the machine that opened a gate between the real world and the upside down. When the gate closed, the Mind Flayer collapsed and lost all of its strength.
Hopper was by far the most shocking death of the season and stuck near the Russian's machine when Joyce turned the key over, destroying it and he was killed by the explosion … or something it seemed.
A scene after the credits showed Russian soldiers patrolling in a jail, and they labeled a prisoner as "the American," who led some fans (and David) to Harbor himself) to believe that the American they were on refer to, hopper is.