My life will never be the same again. Not after what happened to me. Not after I was dragged in to the world of Detective Conan.
One fall day, I was walking home on my regular route from school. No one was around, and it was quiet and peaceful.
All of a sudden, a portal opened underneath me, glowing and shining. I started falling, and I screamed.
Geez, Edogawa Conan thought. It's pretty chilly today. Conan was walking to Agasa's house to talk to him and Haibara about the antidote. He turned the corner and saw a girl lying on the ground outside the Professor's house. Conan rushed over and checked her pulse. She was alive, just unconscious. He breathed a sigh of relief. Conan looked at the girl closely. She had raven black hair that was shoulder length. She looked about five feet tall and about 13 or 14 years old. He took out his Detective Boys badge. "Haibara? Come out. I need some help here."
I must have lost consciousness, because I woke up on a couch. I was in a house with a very high ceiling. Everything was white.
Then, I realized I recognized the place. This was Professor Agasa's house!
I should probably explain. I love Detective Conan! It's my favorite anime and manga. I know a lot, but not everything.
All of a sudden, I heard a childish voice. "Are you alright?"
I turned to look. I gasped. It was Edogawa Conan, the shrunken form of Kudo Shinichi! "Conan?" I said.
Conan blinked. "How do you know my name?"
"It's a complicated story. This is Agasa's house isn't it?"
Now, Conan looked shocked. "How do you know that?" He asked suspiciously.
"Look, maybe you should get Agasa and Haibara. I'll explain everything when they're here."
Conan shouted, "Professor! Haibara! Come here! It's important!"
A few moments later, they came rushing in.
"Shi-Conan, what's wrong?" Agasa asked.
Conan pointed at me. "It's this girl. She knew my name and that this was your house."
Agasa stared at me in shock. Haibara looked at me warily. "Is it possible she's one of Them?"
"Let me explain."
Please review! I just thought this up and I thought I would publish it. Arigato Gozaimasu!