Beyond the Pines by: Matthew B. Morrell
"Episode 01 - "Whirled Away"
Based on "Gravity Falls" By Alex Hirsch. Zovc, kovzhv yfb gsrh hxirkg
EXT. TRILLION PINES YOUTH CAMP - FIELD - TWILIGHT
Surrounding a wide open soccer field covered in patches of mist, tall pine trees rustle and shift ominously in the wind. Suddenly a BLACK SWIRLING MASS darts across the field and into the woods. A GHOST WHITE GIRL (Nora N. Woods, 14) in violet pajamas runs after the mass.
NORA Come back! Come back with my little
The BLACK MASS and the Nora disappear into the fog. INT. TRILLION PINES YOUTH CAMP - HITCHCOCK DORMS - SAME
On the bottom bunk closest to the window, a YOUNG MAN (Mason ’Dipper’ Pines, 22) sleeps with a Blue Bruin’s Cap covering his face.
A frantic KNOCKING on the window causes him to spring awake and fall out of bed.
MABEL (Mock whisper)
Dipper! Are you awake?!
Sliding open the window with one hand, Dipper’s head slowly rises to meet his SISTER (Mabel Pines, 22).
MASON No, Mabel, I am not awake.
MABEL ’Kay, great. So the Tiny Cousins
are missing because ghosts. Kind of an emergency. Could ya help a sister out? PLEASE?
Dipper digests the information, then adjusts his cap.
MASON Tiny Cousins missing. Ghosts. Fine.
Now I’m awake.
Dipper leaps through the window and the Mystery Twins take off running toward the dark, haunted field.
- ROLL OPENING CREDITS -
EXT. IRVINE HIGH SCHOOL - EARLY MORNING
Early morning sun breaks over the mountains as a half dozen cars riddle the nearly empty parking lot.
A CAMP COUNCILOR (Major Darren Graham, 34) stands beside the open door frame of a yellow school bus and cups his hand to his mouth.
MAJOR Kiss your parents goodbye folks,
for the next seven days, I am your daddy. Everyone on the bus. Double time! Move it, move it, move it!
From the crowd milling about by the loading zone, a half dozen HIGH/MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS file onto the bus. Each student gives The Major a salute or high five except for Nora. The last GIRL (Katrina Woods, 13) looks like she should be in elementary school. She greets Darren with an odd smile.
MAJOR It’s an hour and a half ride up the
mountain, you remember to use the little girl’s room, Kat?
KAT Yup. The pale lady in the mirror
told me when I’m going to die.
MAJOR Great. Get on the bus.
MABEL (O.S.) Look at ’em all; so tiny, so
Leaning against a war-torn red truck is a cheery brunette YOUNG WOMAN (Mabel Pines 22) wearing a pink USC swoop-neck shirt, purple skirt, and black Capri pants. She taps the voice recorder in her right hand against her left palm.
MABEL ...So much teen angst ready to be
analyzed and studied. This was a great post-grad idea, Bro-Bro Cop!
Tossing luggage into the rear of the truck, a YOUNG MAN (Mason ’Dipper’ Pines, 22) wears grey cargo pants, a red t-shirt, and a BLUE UCLA BRUINS HAT. He wipes his forehead revealing a birthmark of the big dipper.
Yeah. You’re welcome. Bags heavy. Please help.
Mabel is already in the truck and starts the engine. She leans out the window.
MABEL I’ll keep the truck nice an’ cool
for ya. Don’t work too hard!
Pressing her hands up against the window in the shape of a heart, Mabel rolls up the window with her elbow. Dipper shakes his head, grins, and keeps loading.
EXT./INT. 91 FREEWAY - MABEL’S TRUCK - MORNING/LATER
A multitude of traffic encases the red truck and bus.
Dipper has his feet up on the dash as he cleans out his camera, Mabel rocks out to an Eighties jam on the radio.
MASON Hey, Mabel?
MABEL Yeah, Dip?
MASON You feel bad about making our
cousins take the bus?
MABEL The Teeny-Tiny Cousins are fine,
Dipper. The bus ride up to camp is all part of the grand experience.
EXT./INT. 91 FREEWAY - BUS - SAME
The sheer volume of noise in the bus is maddening. Sitting with her body in the fetal position pressed against the window, Nora’s slight goth frame trembles as she turns the volume up on her Walkman: her face shows the headphones aren’t helping.
Beside Nora, a pair of feet wearing mismatched unicorn socks jumps up and down on the seat.
KAT Nora, look, it’s like a bouncy
castle, ON WHEELS!
Nora’s eye twitches.
EXT. MOUNTAIN SIDE FREEWAY - LATER
The Bus and Red Truck snake their way up through the gorgeous and treacherous mountain side highway. They pass a sign held in a wooden bear statue’s jaws--
--"Welcome to Trillion Pines Youth Camp!"
EXT. TRILLION PINES YOUTH CAMP - PARKING LOT - NOON
Mable’s Truck and the bus pull into the parking lot among dozens of other buses and a sea of TEEN STUDENTS.
As the bus parks and the door flies open, a window towards the back opens up and Nora slips out.
Landing awkwardly on the pavement, Nora takes in her surroundings with disdain--
-Giant soccer field-
-Three massive, wood cabin style dorm buildings-
-Olympic sized pool next to a basketball gym-
and a quaint Snack Shack. Kat pops up behind Nora and exclaims--
KAT It’s perfect!
NORA It’s prison.
KAT Prisons don’t have all these trees,
or lack of bars, No-Fun-Nora. Nora growls, but Kat sprints away.
KAT Detective Mason!
Mason catches Kat as she launches herself towards him.
MASON Whoa, easy there Kit-Kat. How was
the ride up?
NORA AMAZING! We sang songs SO loud!
Mabel extends the black/duct-tape duffel bag out to Nora and reads the expression on the younger teen’s face.
MABEL I’m afraid to ask.
NORA (Dry as toast) They sang songs SO loud.
Mason puts a reassuring hand on Nora’s shoulder.
NORA And a baby bird hit the window.
KAT We should have a bird funeral to
celebrate our first day of camp! Looking down at Nora, Mason gives a weak smile.
MASON Trust me, it’ll feel good to unplug
from everything for a few days. It won’t be all noise and-
EXT. AMPHITHEATER - LATER
CAMP DIRECTOR TAG, 26 and A-Type Jock/Councilor, sounds an airhorn through a megaphone and whoops wildly.
TAG Are you campers ready to bring ALL
Assembled and crammed into stone benches under canvas sails sit HUNDREDS OF STUDENTS who all SCREAM. Sitting in the back row next to an enthusiastic Mable and Kat, Nora glares at Mason.
Tag motions for silence. The crowd obeys.
TAG Now for my favorite part of the
camp... THE RULES!
The crowd CHEERS. Mason and Nora roll their eyes; Dipper slightly more bemused than annoyed. Kat, now sitting on Mabel’s shoulders, cheers wildly.
TAG Here to help us with the rules, the
camp mascot, Trillion Ton Bear!
Out from the wings of the stage, a guy in a FAT BEAR SUIT lumbers on stage to APPLAUSE and CHEERS.
TRILLION Listen up ya rascals; shut yer
mouths an’ open yer ear holes.
As Trillion explains the rules, a slide show plays beside him of a camper breaking the rules, followed by that camper getting mauled by Trillion.
TRILLION (V.O.) Rule One, respect all camp leaders,
staff, and fellow campers. Two, stay within the camp boundaries. Three, no going out after curfew bell. Four, no swimming after dark. Five, guys stay out of the girl cabins and vice-versa. Six, no rough housing... except for in the Rough House. Finally, rule seven, same as the first, obey camp staff at all times.
NORA They had to put that in twice?
Mason gives Nora a nod.
MASON No, but enough campers didn’t think
obedience and respect were similar enough, so they had to clarify.
NORA You a lawyer or a detective?
MASON I’m your friendly camp volunteer
until I start work next week.
TAG Alright, you freaks of the forest,
get your gear stowed in your cabins; free play until dinner!
EXT. BUNKHOUSE TRAIL - LATER
Mason, Mabel, Kat, and Nora all march through the herd of CAMPERS heading to the bunk houses.
CAMPER #1 I heard the cabins are all haunted.
CAMPER #2 Nah, just the Kubrick Cabin.
CAMPER #3 Legend says Maggie Sewer will knit
your nose and mouth shut while you sleep.
Kat gives Mabel a worried look.
MABEL Trust me, if there are any ghosts
here, they are more afraid of me and Dipper than you are of them.
Mason shrugs and smiles.
MASON We survived four years of this
place in high school; no ghosts.
CAMPER #3 Dudes, look, it’s those two from
the Wall of Fame!
CAMPER #2 Whoa, I heard she beat up a unicorn
with her bare fists.
CAMPER #1 They say that guy actually murdered
Nora raises a skeptical eyebrow toward Mason.
MASON I might have helped a ghost die?
KAT But you said--
MABEL That was a whole other place, a
long time ago. Don’t worry your scruffy little head about it. Race you for the best bunk!
Mabel and Kat run off towards the Hitchcock Dormitory. Mason looks to Nora.
MASON What ya got there?
Before Nora crinkles up the paper into a ball, we see that it reads-- "Rules to Break" as the header.
NORA Just a to-do list.
EXT. HITCHCOCK DORM - SAME
Kat is slightly ahead of Mabel as they reach the dorm, but before she tags the door--
A crow falls dead at Kat’s feet.
MABEL Awww, poor baby bird.
KAT Yay, now we can have an open casket
for the bird funeral!
Mabel gives Kat a goofy grin before her attention is diverted to the intercom mounted on the dorm wall.
TAG (V.O.) Attention, Attention; all camp
councilors, staff meeting in five minutes. Mandatory, mandatory meeting, WOO! Be there! I am so CAFFEINATED right now! WOO!
Mabel looks down to Kat.
MABEL You gonna get your stuff crammed
into your bunk, kiddo?
Kat has a miniature trowel and the crow nestled inside a shoebox crafted into a tiny coffin. As she runs off towards the woods, Kat calls back...
KAT Bags can wait, bird funeral first.
EXT./INT. STAFF LODGE - AFTERNOON
The staff lodge, a two-story wooden chapel no bigger than a racket ball court with a bell tower sits in the dead center of camp.
INSIDE - Mabel opens the door. She’s the last to arrive and it’s standing room only. Tag is in the center of the room lecturing.
TAG --which is my favorite program here
at camp; Fun and Order.
Mabel spies Dipper across the room and squeezes her way through the crowd. Having reached Mason, Mabel whispers-
MABEL I thought we were gonna ditch and
Mason shrugs and leans back against the wall with Mabel.
INT. HITCHCOCK DORM - SAME
Inside the rustic dorms, large bunk beds fill the room with space to spare; four rows of two bunk columns. Nora lies face up on the furthest bunk from the door.
She’s reading her list.
NORA Seven rules to break. Seven days of
camp. I like those odds.
A commotion out the window catches Nora’s eye. She GROANS and frowns at the sight.
EXT. SOCCER FIELD - SAME
At the head of the field, Kat stands before a family of squirrels, a baby dear, and a rabbit as she gives her eulogy for the crow.
KAT Some knew him as Reynard the Raven,
but there are those birds of the mountain who called him, ’friend.’
LANA (O.S.) What are you doing Fresh-meat?
The woodland creatures scatter as Kat confronts THREE OBVIOUS BULLIES (LANA 16, SHIRLEY 17, and MONA 15).
KAT Did you gals come to pay your
MONA It’s just a stupid bird.
Kat covers the ears of the dead crow and gasps.
KAT He wasn’t stupid. They were just
really clean windows, it could have happened to any bird.
LANA Oh, well, if you’re trying to have
a bird funeral, you’re doing it all wrong.
Mona and Shirley give Lana a confused look. She winks.
LANA It’s against camp rules to bury
birds out in the open. You have to flush them.
Kat cocks her head to the side and raises an eyebrow.
KAT That’s not very dignified.
LANA Yeah, well it’s the rules. Come on
ladies, let’s show her the right place to dispose of the remains... sorry, the departed.
KAT Oh, thanks!
Kat trails after Lana, while the other two girls snicker following close behind.
Watching from the rear window of the Hitchcock dorm, Nora rolls her eyes and sighs. Suddenly, another two birds SLAM into the window startling Nora.
INT. STAFF LODGE - SAME
Mabel sits on Dipper’s shoulders with both resting up against the cabin wall. They look bored to death.
Tag explains his powerpoint slide.
TAG It’s a circle of trust AND
discipline. Remember to always circle back to discipline.
Mabel taps Dipper on the forehead, points to the open window on the second floor, then reaches into her pocket to subtly withdraw her grappling hook.
Dipper considers, then waves her off.
MASON You think the girls are okay?
MABEL They’re definitely having more fun
than we are right now. EXT. THE HAUNTED BATHROOM - LATER
Kat stands in front of a dilapidated bathroom in the middle of the woods. The Three Bullies stand close behind her.
LANA Well, go on in.
KAT In there?
Ominous forest noises and a rustling of leaves in the wind make the decrepit bathroom all the more unsettling.
MONA That’s where we all the dead
animals at camp are buried.
SHIRLY Some say, at night, those animals
buried here come back to collect the bones of any animals that are buried anywhere else.
LANA Yeah, then they come for the bones
of the little girls who buried them the wrong way.
Kat gulps and looks back at the girls, then timidly walks into the bathroom. As she disappears into the loathsome lavatory, the Bullies burst into laughter.
INSIDE - Kat cautiously steps over puddles, splintered wood, and what are most definitely animal carcasses.
KAT Someone definitely forgot to give a
courtesy flush. You poor deer.
Kat looks to her right find a surprisingly clean PINK BANDANA hung up on a towel rack. She uses it to cover her nose and mouth from the stench.
Looking down into the over flowing toilet, then to the bird in her hands.
KAT Well, it’s like the olde saying, a
bird in the bowl is worth two in the bush. Goodbye, friend.
Gently placing the bird in the bowl, Kat flushes. To her shock, the toilet works, but a DEEP GROWL and soon a mournful WAILING come up from the pipes. It grows and grows as Kat hurridly backs up to the door.
The bathroom door suddenly slams shut. Kat desperately pounds on the rusted metal.
KAT Girls! Someone? Anyone? HELP!
INT. STAFF LODGE - SAME
Tag is still rambling on. Mabel is asleep still sitting on Dipper’s shoulders. She almost falls off when Mason catches her. The commotion disrupts Tag.
TAG EXCUSE ME! Did you have something
to add, Mister...?
MASON Pines. Mason Pines.
A MURMUR spreads around the shack among the other STAFF.
MASON Yeah, last time I was here, kids
could roam freely in the woods. What’s with all the extra rules?
TAG Well, Mason, we in the modern age
actually care about our campers safety first. That okay with you?
MABEL No! It’s actually SUPER boring.
(Beat) So, when’s dinner?
EXT./INT. HAUNTED BATHROOM - SAME
Mona has her full weight on the door. The other two hold back a laughing fit.
Eyes this way, ladies.
Standing behind the bullies, Nora is wrapping up her knuckles with duct tape. She uses her teeth to cut the excess tape off and spits it out on the ground.
NORA Rule six: only fighting at camp
happens in the Rough House.
LANA Who are you?
NORA Someone who’s way too impatient to
take Y’all to the Rough House, so I figure we’ll all throw down right here. Or, you let my little sister out of that dank bathroom.
Lana yawns and motions for the tall and lanky Shirly to take care of Nora.
Stalking up to her opponent, Shirly is almost immediately caught by her curly hair and Judo-Tosses aside like a telephone pole by the scrappy Nora.
Panting, Nora looks up to Lana.
NORA Who’s next; Prada or panda bear?
LANA Bored now. Come ladies.
Lana leads the girls away. Nora walks over to the bathroom and opens the door to a sobbing Kat.
NORA Come on, up ya go.
KAT Nora? It’s like a really angry Pet
Cemetary in there.
NORA Whatever, let’s get you back to
Kat climbs on Nora’s back and the two hike up the trail. From back in the campground, the dinner bell RINGS.
INT. DINNING HALL - NIGHT
CAMPERS file through the buffet line. At the end of the line, past a few round wooden tables, sits Mabel, Dipper, Nora, and Kat.
MABEL So, how was free play?
MABEL Yeah. Same. It’s like the new
staffers are vampires of fun, they sucked it all right out of our camp.
MASON Things change, Mabel.
A TRIO of RANDOM CAMPERS passes by the PINES’ and WOODS’ gawking.
CAMPER #3 Dude, it’s the guy who wrestled a
CAMPER #2 I heard it was like six bears.
CAMPER #1 No, stupid, it was one bear with
The Random Trio passes, and Nora glares accusingly at Dipper and Mabel.
NORA Okay, what is it with you two?
MASON We used to go on adventures an’
stuff. Same as everyone.
MABEL Um, we did kinda save the universe
though. So there’s that.
MASON We helped a small town in Oregon.
But you know, everyone’s gotta grow up eventually.
KAT Is that why you became a forensic
detective instead of a ghost hunter?
NORA Ghost hunter?
DIPPER Turns out, a lot more people get
hurt by real people than anything supernatural. Seemed like a better fit.
Mabel frowns and slouches in her chair.
KAT But what if ghosts come after us at
camp? Specifically, dead woodland creatures whose souls are eternally trapped in a nasty bathroom?
Nora cracks her knuckles.
NORA Ain’t nothing here but bullies and
bullies aren’t a problem I can’t solve... with my fists.
Councilor Tag wanders by the table and notices Kat’s dirty face and Pink Bandana and Nora’s wrapped knuckles.
TAG You better be keeping an eye on
your students, Mason, or I’ll send you packing. Clear?
EXT./INT. HITCHCOCK DORM - SAME
CAMPERS file up the wooden ramp to the dorm’s main entrance past Major Graham who holds the door open.
MAJOR Remember rule five Y’all; guys are
blue, girls are pink, so no making purple or we send you home.
Nora and Kat file upstairs with the girls. Mabel sticks behind with Dipper in the foyer.
MASON Yeah, Starlight?
The two walk towards the corner of the foyer.
MABEL Everything okay upstairs in the big
brain of yours?
MASON Just thought maybe going back to
our roots would bring back... something? Something good.
MABEL Like what?
MASON I dunno. I kinda miss it,
sometimes, ya know? The weirdness?
Mabel nods, sighs.
MABEL You said it first; things change.
But, you’ll always have the weirdness in here.
Mabel points to Dipper’s heart. He looks down and Mabel drags her finger up and flicks her brother’s nose.
MABEL WHOMP. Night, Dip.
Tipping his Bruins Cap.
MASON To a peaceful week.
OUTSIDE - Three crows crash into the side of the dorm. Then Two. Then Five: One. Two. Three. Four. Five more crows, one by one.
INT. HITCHCOCK DORM - LATER
Across from Mabel, Kat is on the bottom bunk under Nora. Her eyes are wide open. She hears the THUMP, THUMP, THUMP on the cabin wall outside.
Slowly, Kat swivels out of bed and tiptoes to the window.
Cupping her hands over the glass to see, Kat’s eyes grow wide in horror. There’s an ever-growing sound of CAWING outside.
She backs up from the window only to have it burst inward; a great black swirling mass surrounds her. Other GIRLS in the cabin scream in terror.
By the time Nora turns on the lights, Kat is gone.
Without hesitation, Nora runs towards the window, grabs Mabel’s grappling hook from under the bunk, and rappels out the window.
MABEL Nora! Kat!
EXT. SOCCER FIELD - LATER
Nora runs after the black mass. Dipper, wearing his signature blue vest, and Mabel follow close behind.
EXT. THE HAUNTED BATHROOM TRAIL - SAME
Nora pushes her way past a low branch and stops dead in her tracks at the edge of the clearing. Her jaw hits the floor.
Swirling around the dank bathroom is a multitude of woodland spirits; deer ghosts, undead squirrels, and one giant phantom rabbit starring up at the moon.
Before Nora can scream a pair of hands pull her back behind the brush. The hands belong to Dipper and Mabel who calm a freaked out Nora.
NORA What even is that, that--
MABEL Whatdya got, Dip?
Out from his vest, Dipper pulls out HIS JOURNAL with a golden pine tree emblem on the cover. He thumbs through carefully tabbed pages and stops on--
"--Spirits, Ghosts, and the Undead."
MASON Angry horde, tied to a specific
place; standard poltergeist.
KAT (O.S.) HELP! I don’t wanna get flushed!
MABEL It’s got Kat. What’s the plan?
Dipper scans the area like Sherlock Holmes; he spies a splintered support pillar proping up a side wall, a cinder block, and a leaking pipe.
MASON I need you to go in and grab Kat
from the entity. Once she’s clear, Nora and I will take care of the poltergeist?
NORA Take care of it?! I can’t punch
that! Nora motions to the grotesque ghost deer frolicking.
MASON No, but you can punch that wood
beam real hard, right? Panicked, Nora looks to Mabel.
MABEL I get it, this is SUPER intense.
But, this used to be like a normal Monday for us and we turned out just fine. You can do this.
Mabel takes her grappling gun from Nora gives a finger gun and wink, and charges toward the bathroom.
MASON On three... two...
Mason runs forward and grabs the cinder block. Nora watches from the brush petrified.
INSIDE - Mabel kicks in the rusted door off it’s hinges. She gulps as a murder of crows swirls about and suspends Kat in mid-air above the toilet.
KAT Mabel! I’m sorry. I don’t wanna die
MABEL Hand over my Tiny Cousin, ya dank
From the multitude of undead birds, a terrifying legion of voices cry out-
BATHROOM GHOUL You, mortals, have flushed our
remains down this filthy abyss for the last time.
KAT But the girls said I had to flush
the bird; it was the rules.
BATHROOM GHOUL THEY LIED! Tonight, foul, smelly
vengeance shall be ours!
OUTSIDE - Mason runs with the cinderblock toward the pipe, but stops as the seven foot tall floating rabbit lands with a thump in front of him. It laughs a demented, taunting laugh.
From his vest, Mason removes his fold-out Polaroid Camera and aims it at the Rabbit.
MASON Say cheese... or carrots? Say
Before the rabbit bites Dipper’s head off, the flash goes off stunning the spirit beast.
As the photo develops out from the camera, the massive rabbit disappears before Dipper.
INSIDE - Kat screams as she’s lowered toward the toliet.
Mabel withdraws her grappling hook, aims, then quickly readjust and fires!
The hook bounces off the wall, behind a pipe, ricochets behind Kat and off the opposite stall. Grabbing the hook end, Mabel pulls the slack end of the rope, and Kat out from the swirling mass of birds.
BATHROOM GHOUL NO! The mortal girl must be
MABEL I am way too grossed out to deliver
a suitable pun.
With a final yank, Mabel pulls the pipe apart which sprays water over the poltergeist.
OUTSIDE - Mason is hammering away at the pipe. He looks over to the support beam, then to Nora still standing in the woods.
Nora is frozen in fear as undead squirls scamper through her legs and toward the bathroom.
MASON Nora, your sister needs you!
Bursting out from the door, Mabel carries Kat in a fireman lift.
MABEL All clear!
MASON Nora, NOW!
Screaming, Nora runs towards the bathroom, toward the support pillar.
Mason times his final strike just right and-- Nora winds up and punches the pillar clean in half.
Dipper, Nora, Kat and Mabel back up and watch as a geyser of gross septic water erupts from the ceiling. Quickly, the Haunted Bathroom collapses, folding in on itself. The ghosts remain.
MASON Kat, hurry, you need to give a
ulegy for your bird.
NORA Weird stuff is still happening!
The ghosts circle around the youths and young adults.
MASON Come on Kit-Kat; we’re gathered
here tonight to...
KAT ...dearly departed forest critters,
we’re here to honor Renard the Raven. And with a final farewell, wish him an endless sky to soar far from this nasty bathroom. Amen.
The Bathroom Ghouls stop, SNIFF, and in a puff of smoke all the ghosts evaporate up into the night sky.
BATHROOM GHOUL (O.S.) That was beautiful. Thank you,
EXT. HITCHCOCK DORM - FRONT LAWN - SAME
All the lights in the bunk are still on as the Pines and Woods siblings limp up to the dorm.
NORA I will never sleep, ever again.
Kat wipes her filthy face off with her PINK BANDANA.
MABEL Don’t you worry Nora, counseling a
town full of traumatized Oregonians practically paid my tuition. If I can help them from going coocoo bananas, I’ll put your head back on straight too: pro bono. Cousin discount.
Dipper russels Kat’s hair. She yawns.
MASON You did great tonight, kiddo.
(To Nora) I’m proud of you too. You really came through back there.
Nora considers, tries to play it cool.
NORA Yeah. I guess. Whatever.
TAG (O.S.) Well if it ain’t Mason Clever-
Tag stomps up to the Foursome.
TAG What did I tell you about keeping
an eye on your students?
Mason slaps the Polaroid picture against Tag’s chest and keeps walking to the dorms with the others.
MASON Here, keep an eye on this picture
that will haunt you forever.
Tag looks at the picture. His face turns pale white. Over his shoulder, we see a half-disintegrated giant rabbit staring back with red eyes and open shark-toothed-maw.
MASON Good luck never sleeping again. Say
goodnight to Tag, girls.
NORA, KAT, MABEL G’Night, Tag.
The Four enter the Hitchcock dorm. The door swings shut behind them.
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