The Hirsch Phenomenon (part 2 rewrite)Alex got up, dazed. His eyes slowly adjusted to his surroundings. He was in a forest clearing surrounded by pine trees. He sat up slowly and noticed a goat chewing on his jacket. He shooed it off, but he saw it long enough to notice how one horn was significantly longer than the other.
"Gompers?" He looked down at his hands and his heart skipped a beat: he only had 8 fingers.
"Am I in..." Alex started, getting up and turning around. A large billboard stood in front of him. It read "welcome to Gravity Falls."
"...Gravity Falls." Alex finished. A chill went down his spine. This couldn't be happening. It was impossible. He pinched himself as hard as he could to see if he would wake up. Nothing happened.
He remembered the girl and the letter she had given him. He quickly took it out of his jacket, opened the envelope, and began to read:
I didn't think you would believe me if I just told you that Gravity Falls was real. If my theories are right, it's been real since before you were
The Hirsch Phenomenon (Part 1 rewrite)The girl stepped out of the car. She shivered nervously at what she was about to do. Her parents in the car had no idea. She hadn't told them anything. Not about why she wanted to be dropped off at an office in Glendale while her parents did something else. Not about what she planned to do. Not even about the torments she had gone through over the past year or her secret little trip to Oregon.
She had the little model as an alibi. It's not like anyone would believe the truth anyway. Entropy was somewhere, watching. His alter egos were probably tormenting others at the same moment. She shivered as she approached the door. It was answered by someone she didn't recognize, an intern or a secretary, probably. She paused for a second.
"Can-can I see Alex Hirsch?" She asked. The intern gave her a weird look. He was carrying a stack of papers and looked rather busy and annoyed.
"Umm. Sure." the intern rolled his eyes when he thought the girl wasn't looking. "Let me take you to him."
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