The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 5)The video stopped. It was a while before either of them said anything.
"I think we..." Dipper trailed off.
"Died?" Mirra offered. Dipper looked up at her and nodded sadly. "It's really nothing. I don't know why he left the camera alone. He undid everything else." Mirra said.
"Who did?" Dipper asked.
"Entropy. It really doesn't matter. It's like it never happened now." Mirra said, glancing at the camera.
"Ok, can you please explain? And Entropy? Isn't he that wolf-thing?" Dipper asked.
"Fine!" Mirra said. "And yes. Basically Entropy destroyed the Pacific Northwest and I made a deal with him to reverse it. It happened after we fell off. You weren't involved. Just really, forget about it. It never really happened and it never will."
"Well if it doesn't matter, why don't we focus on the weird occurrences again." Dipper replied, apparently annoyed. "Do you have any idea why these things are happening?"
"Well, I know why the phone calls happened, but I'll t
The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 4)It was another few seconds before anyone said anything. Footsteps were heard from somewhere in the Shack. Dipper finally broke the silence. "I almost forgot! Stan and Soos both got phone calls from their future selves earlier. That was one of the other weird things. Not to mention the video-"