WANDAVISION fans have spotted a terrifying clue that Scarlet Witch accidentally murdered the rescue team trying to save her.
The new Marvel series has had fans intrigued since the first two episodes debuted on Disney+ last Friday.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany are back in their roles as Wanda Maximoff/ Scarlet Witch and Vision, but something is definitely amiss in the domestic world they appear to be living in.
The first two episodes are in black and white and have started to work their way through classic sitcom styles from the 1950s and 1960s.
However, their domestic bliss keeps being interrupted by disturbing situations, which Wanda then seems to bring back under control to continue with her happy narrative and life with Vision.
In episode two, she finds a toy helicopter in the hedges of her garden, and its bright red colour stood out against the black and white setting.
On the side of the chopper was an image of a sword, and fans believe this is a major clue as to what is actually going on with Wanda.
Taking to Reddit, Marvel fans were convinced the helicopter is connected to a sinister looking beekeeper who appeared later in the episode.
One wrote: "As soon as he broke into her reality his hazmat suit became a beekeeper suit.”
While some suggested the man could be Marvel villain, Swarm, others believe he is a member of the intelligence agency S.W.O.R.D from the original comics, and that's why the helicopter had the image on the side.
Another fan said: "It makes sense if you pair that theory with the toy helicopter she found. Probably was a real SWORD helicopter that broke into her reality and became a toy.”
But if that is the case, and S.W.O.R.D have made a number of failed attempts to breach her alternate reality, it could mean Wanda has inadvertently killed a number of people by crashing the helicopter in a bid to protect herself.
Another viewer wrote on Reddit: "Then what happened to the crew? That’s dark as hell.
“Imagine Wanda coming out of her reality and finding out she unknowingly killed people trying to save her.”
WandaVision is available on Disney+ with new episodes arriving every Friday.
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