The “Stranger Things” children have a historical past of including cute little nicknames to the bizarre stuff they uncover, often impressed by phrases used of their favourite sport, “Dungeons & Dragons.” The Demogorgon, Vecna, the Mind Flayer, and the youngsters’ class distinctions are all names pulled from “Dungeons & Dragons,” even when the monsters they encounter within the Upside Down do not appear to be they do of their D&D handbook. I did some digging via my spouse’s Dungeon Master information and could not actually discover something relating to “A Crawl” or “The Crawl” when it comes to any particular monsters or phenomena, however that is not to say that Will Byers, Mike Wheeler, Dustin Henderson, or Lucas Sinclair will not confer with the road separating our world and the Upside Down as “The Crawl,” particularly if that line begins spreading like some kind of interdimensional wildfire.
At the top of season 4, the hearth(?) of the Upside Down spreading all through Hawkins, so there is no telling how far the hazard will unfurl. It’s not like the road is serving as some kind of invisible barrier, so there’s certain to be some crossover between the worlds. Demobats will completely fly into the “healthy” facet of Hawkins, and silly cops will certainly cross the road to analyze the Upside Down. No ensures as that is wild hypothesis, however do not be shocked if “The Crawl” finally ends up being the identify given to the dividing line.