The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 27)The ride back to the shack was spent theorizing. Alex had switched places with Mabel so that it would be easier for Mirra, Dipper and him to talk without being overheard by Mabel or Soos.
"So I think it's that me and Alex can't leave the town border because... well, we're not characters obviously. No offense" Mirra said, glancing at Dipper. "Like, we're not allowed to leave the town because we're not supposed to be here in the first place."
"Something like that." Alex muttered.
Suddenly the truck screeched to a halt. There was some sort of car accident in the middle of the road. Mirra and Alex groaned and the group got out of the truck.
Mirra walked over to the crash, narrowly avoiding McGucket, who was flailing about yelling some sort of gibberish. He continued running around the crash, and soon deputy Durland started chasing him around. Blubbs just shook his head sadly.
"What happened?" Mirra asked the sheriff.
"We're still not quite sure." Blubbs admitted. "It seems that somet
The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 26)The music thing was a little weird...
And nobody had any idea why it happened.
Well, there were theories, obviously:
Maybe someone had said "Alex Hirsch"?
Maybe it was just a weird Gravity Falls thing.
Maybe it was another weird thing, like what had happened before Alex had arrived.
Soos thought that it was just cool to have random music, but he said that it would have been better if it was a "cooler" song.
Mirra suggested that they go on a walk; it could clear their minds, plus they might be able to tell what areas had the background music. The group agreed. Mabel had arrived back from whatever she and her friends had done, and insisted that Waddles come too.
The hike was nice. Unlike Alex had expected, nothing out of the ordinary happened for most of the hike. Well, other than walking with people you made up and someone you didn't think existed.
Mirra spent a lot of the hike talking about the flora and fauna. Not even the supernatural kind. Sh
The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 25)Mirra ran back to the Shack, with Alex close behind her.
"What just happened?" Alex called after her. "Why did you say that neither of us is the author?"
"I'll explain if it becomes necessary."
"Necessary!? If not telling me might prevent us from getting home, it's definitely necessary!"
Mirra ignored him and rushed into the Shack. Dipper and Soos looked up when they came in.
"Why do you guys always look like you want to kill each other?" Dipper asked them, apparently aware that they had been arguing. Mirra gave Dipper a worried glance. For a second, the only sound was the television, which was now playing a documentary on mermaids.
"Guys, look." Mirra started. She paused as if she was deciding what to say. "Something a bit concerning just happened and Alex didn't like my reaction to it/didn't understand it."
"Ok, why is this my fault again?" Alex asked. Dipper cleared his throat and took out a tape recorder. It played the last few seconds of the Gr