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Alan Wake, Writer in the Cabin #4

In Alan Wake and Alan Wake Remastered, players can discover seven Writer in the Cabin videos alongside six Night Springs episodes. The former provides glimpses into Wake's missing week, a sneak peek into his revelations, state of mind, and influences.

Alan becomes aware of an editor looming near him, Barbara Jagger, who edits his work.

Collected as part of the story. Collected as Alan stirs from Rose's bedroom. 


"I can't tell reality from dream anymore, but it seems that I have an imaginary editor to help me. She's an old woman in a funeral dress. I call her Barbara Jagger. She's very strict. I'm writing faster and faster, my manuscript is being heavily revised. The edits are getting very aggressive, and each day there's less more of her. I hate it... but I know she's right. She promises me I can save Alice this way. She knows more of this than I do. About the complex incantation, I'm attempting. About this place. She's worked with another writer under similar circumstances, Thomas Zane. The genre of the story seems to be shifting. It's turning into a horror story. I'm getting close. I can feel it."


  • Script Note. The original script provides a direction for how the scene appears; "The light recedes, almost as if it was shining from behind the TV set. On the screen, the study of the Bird Leg Cabin can be seen, as though through a stationary security camera hidden in the wall. The desk is framed by the two round windows. Beyond the windows, there’s only darkness. Wake is looking at the camera, a close-up. The “Touched” effect is flickering now and again."


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