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Indiana
Category: U.S. State
Continent: North America
Country: United States of America
Points of interest: Marion County; Indianapolis
Notable apperances: Close to Home
Parks and Recreation
Stranger Things

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Hawkins
Hawkins is a suburban town located in Roane County in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is the main setting for the 2016 Netflix television series Stranger Things. Although a rather unassuming and idyllic community, the town of Hawkins experienced no small measure of strangeness in 1983 and 1984. Remnants of the C.I.A. sponsored program known as MK-ULTRA conducted a series of bizarre experiments using the Hawkins Power and Light facility as a cover. The head of this program was a controversial scientist named Doctor Martin Brenner. This involved subjecting volunteers to scientific experimentation utilizing psychoactive hallucinogens. One of these subjects, was a young girl who was given the designation of Eleven. Hawkins Power and Light also discovered a doorway into an alternate dimension that some have come to refer to as the "Upside Down". A creature from the Upside Down identified by some as a "Demogorgon", emerged from the Upside Down, and terrorized several locals. The sheriff of Hawkins, Indiana in the early 1980s was Jim Hopper. He was assisted by his deputies, Powell and Callahan. Some of the notable families in Hawkins includes the Wheeler family, the Byers family, the Henderson family, and the Sinclair family. Points of interest include the Hawkins Middle School, Hawkins High School, the Hawkins Sheriff's Office, and "Fort Byers".
Marion County
Marion County is a county in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is located in the center of the state and has an area of 403.01 square miles. It has a population of more than 903,000 people. The county seat of Marion County is Indianapolis, Indiana. Marion County is the setting of the 2005-2007 CBS legal drama Close to Home. Actress Jennifer Finnigan starred as crimninal prosecutor Annabeth Chase on the series.

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