Gravity Falls Review

Matthew Sanchez, Reporter

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Do you like a little mystery and suspense in your life? If you do, the number one show for you to watch is Gravity Falls! Gravity Falls first aired on June 15, 2012 and was created by Alex Hirsch (who is also the voice of Gruncle Stan and Soos). Gravity Falls is about one epic and peculiar summer. The show takes place at Gravity Falls, Oregon when 12 year-old-twins, Dipper and Mabel Pines, get sent to their Great Uncle Stan’s house and tourist attraction for the summer. Stan’s tourist attraction is called the Mystery Shack and is filled with fake attractions made by Stan himself. But, Dipper and Mabel get stuck with a summer job cleaning the Shack. So, there were the Pines Twins prepared for the worst summer of their lives, until one day changed the whole summer. One regular day cleaning the Mystery Shack, Stan tells Dipper to hang signs in the forest to guide people to the Shack. After arguing with Stan, Dipper finally agrees to do it. As Dipper goes to nail a sign to the tree, he finds out, it is a fake, hollow tree with a journal inside it. The journal cover shows a six fingered gold hand with a “three” in the middle. Dipper takes this back to the Shack and looks in the book. As he looks, he sees strange, unreal creatures. To find out more about Gravity Falls, watch more episodes and be prepared for the series finale on February 15, 2016, Weirdmagedon: Part 3!

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