Fandoms: IT - Stephen King, IT (2017), Stranger Things (TV 2016)
13 Nov 2017
Jane Hopper was the new girl of Derry, Maine. She was quiet, barely even talked to anyone who wasn’t her dad. From first glance she seemed nice enough; just a silent girl new to town, nothing off about her and that’s how she liked it. She sat in the back of the classroom, kept her head down and refused to draw attention because the less attention on her meant the more time she could stay in whatever town they were in. It should’ve been easy, it really should’ve since it wasn’t a difficult task to complete. The only problem was a boy who looked eerily too much like the one she left behind in Hawkins, and his friends who held personalities that brought back memories from her past. They pushed and prodded her mind, but they seemed nice from a distance, the real problem was that she wasn’t there to make friends with anyone, she was there to hide. So why was one rule she had for herself, hard to keep track of when they were around?
Eddie Kaspbrak was four years old when he learned to read, which of course led to discovering what his soulmark said. On his left forearm the words, "Is that a fucking fanny pack?” were engraved in his skin, with a terribly messy scrawl.