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“No, don’t hurt her, please! I’ll do whatever you want!” Dipper knew what the man wanted. The thought was horrifying to him, but with Mabel’s life on the line, he had no choice. “Whatever you want to do, as long as you don’t hurt my sister, I won’t fight.”
The man stopped pulling Mabel away and she subsequently stopped screaming. Since they were still blindfolded, they couldn’t see what the man was thinking.
“You do everything I want,” the man finally said. “And I’ll let your sister live.”
“I will, I promise.”
“You’re lucky, girlie. Your brother just saved your life.” The man put Mabel back down. He flicked open a switchblade and cut the ropes binding their ankles. He pulled them both out of the van and put them on their feet. “Walk.”
“Can you take off our blindfolds so we can see?” Mabel asked.
“I’ll guide you. I won’t let you bump into any trees. Trust me.” The sadistic sarcasm dripped from the word, trust.
Dipper and Mabel were pushed in the direction the man led them. After a few feet, the twigs beneath feet changed to a solid floor indicating they had been taken into a building.
Their blindfolds were finally removed, but they stayed emerged in the darkness that was only punctuated by moonlight coming from the door. The “building” they were in was a one-room, run-down shack that made the Mystery Shack look like a five-star hotel. There were no windows. But the worst part of this dark chamber was the giant metal cage on the far end of the room.
“Like your new home, kiddies?” The man cut ropes around their wrists. He tried to pry the siblings apart so he can put Mabel in the cage.
“What are you doing?” Mabel refused to let go of her brother.
“Don’t worry, he’ll be back in a few minutes.”
“What are you gonna do to him?”
“Anything I want.”
“No, I won’t let you take him!” Mabel swatted his hand off Dipper and took a protective stance in front of him.
“And I won’t keep you alive if you’re more trouble than you’re worth.”
“Mabel, please, do what he says.” Dipper tried to push his sister aside.
“No, I won’t let-” Mabel was knocked over by a hard slap across her face. She was grabbed by the hair and locked into the cage.
As Dipper was taken outside, he listened in agony as his sister banged on the cage calling his name. The man slammed the door shut and Mabel’s voice was immediately silenced. He made sure the kids couldn't be heard from inside.
Dipper was shaking now. He knew what was coming next. And he knew it was going to hurt.
“Take off your clothes.”
Dipper stood frozen not sure if he could go through with this now that he was being faced with allowing this man to have his way with him.
“Fine, I’ll do it for you.” The man grabbed his shirt. Dipper reflexively pulled away. “You promised to do what I said. Am I gonna have to kill the girl after all?”
“No.” Dipper reluctantly lifted his arms so the man could pull his shirt over his head. He even took off his shoes and socks. He tried to be brave and not cry as his shorts and underwear were removed as well.
He cursed the moonlight for shining on his naked body for this pervert to gawk at. He walked around Dipper, sizing him up the entire time. He knelt behind Dipper and put his cold hands on his bare shoulders. Dipper shuddered at his touch.
“You’re gonna do everything I want, right, boy?” He could feel the man’s hot breath on his neck. “You’re gonna be a good little boy. Cause if you’re bad, I’ll punish your sister.”
Dipper gave a shaky nod. He heard the man’s pants unzipping and dropping to the ground. He couldn’t help but cry in fear at what was about to happen to him. But his tears weren’t the only thing he failed to hold in.
He felt a warm sensation between his thighs. He looked down and saw a stream of yellow liquid running down his legs and soaking the leaves beneath his feet. He had wet himself.
The man, of course, noticed Dipper urinating himself. “Aw, you nervous?” he mocked.
Dipper could hardly feel embarrassed at the man laughing at him for peeing all over himself when he was about to do something much more humiliating, and painful, to Dipper.
The man pushed Dipper’s shoulders to bend him over until he was on his hands and knees. He thrust forward and Dipper’s world exploded in pain. White-hot agony blinded his senses to everything but the fact that the man was inside him.
“Please stop. It hurts.”
“It wouldn’t hurt so much if you weren’t so tense.”
Dipper said no more. He knew it was pointless. He dug into the dirt beneath his fingers. He looked skyward as though begging the heavens to save him from this torture. One of the things he loved about Gravity Falls was all the stars he could see. He loved the stars. He tried to identify constellations desperate for any distraction from the pain. But his tears blurred the stars beyond recognition.
Mabel’s face was buried in her knees when she heard the door open. The man had brought her brother back. “Dipper, are you okay?” He didn’t say anything. Mabel noticed he was walking funny. “What did you do to him?”
“Nothing he didn’t let me do.” The man patted Dipper’s head in a gesture that from anyone else would have been considered one of affection. But this was a cruel taunt to remind Dipper that he was nothing more than a toy to be played with now. He pushed Dipper into the cage. “I gotta thank you, little girl, it’s much more fun when they don’t fight it.”
Mabel wanted to throw up at the thought of Dipper obeying this man’s whims because of her.
“Dipper?” Mabel went to her brother’s side after the man left. The darkness kept her from seeing his face, but she didn’t need to know he was in distress. “Dipper, you’re scaring me. Please say something.”
Dipper couldn’t speak. He never wanted to speak again. He never wanted to say aloud what just happened to him. Thankfully, he was with Mabel. He didn’t need to say anything for her to understand.
“Oh, Dipper.” Mabel wrapped her arms around her brother and he sobbed into her shoulder. She didn’t know what she could possibly say that could heal whatever Dipper went through. All she could do was hold him tight and shush his cries.
“I’m so sorry, Dipper. This is all my fault.”
“Don’t…” Dipper finally spoke. “Don’t, Mabel. It was my choice, and I’d do it again.”
“I don’t want you to do it again. If he takes you outside again, just run away.”
“He’ll kill you if I do.”
“I can’t stand to see him hurt you.”
“I don’t care what he does to me as long as you’re safe.”
“Do you really think I’m safe? Do you really think he’s just gonna let us go?”
Dipper didn’t answer because he knew she was right.
“Please, Dipper, do everything you can to get away even if you have to leave me behind.”
“Could you leave me behind?”
Mabel gave no answer, but they both knew what it was.