2 Works in Jim "Chief" Hopper/Terry Ives
Sixteen-year-old Mike Wheeler's time was running out and he knew it. His heart was giving out and with every passing day he was inching closer and closer to death. He needed a transplant fast.
Sixteen-year-old Jane Ives was a normal, happy girl until she was in a horrible car accident which injured her and left her mother braindead. After a discussion with the doctors, Jane's father, Jim Hopper, makes the decision to turn off life support and allows her organs to be donated. The doctors told them that with her donation, her mother saved 8 lives, but in reality she saved 11. Faced with an uncertain future with the father she never knew, she felt lost.
Until she met Mike.
(Set between the first and second series.)
Guess what? Turns out Hawkins' Lab has a knack for disturbing moral compasses too, as Chief Hopper really comes to appreciate after finding a woman in the woods ... trapped in a Demagorgon's body.
Because who this Demagorgon actually is ... is someone that Hopper prayed to God was dead.
However, with her own secrets, Number Fourteen may just be the key to unlocking the mystery of the lab's work and Will's spontaneous journeys to the Upside-Down.
PTSD? Hah! I think not...