It Came from Outer Space

I'll take you home, Ellen.
Oh, never mind, Matt.
I'll be all right.

Don't tell me you're
goin' back to Sand Rock.

When Loring gets through
printin' that statement
ofyours in his paper,

they won't let you
walk around out in the open.

Oh, you too, Pete ?.
We need help, not lectures.
Come on, Ellen.

Isn't there anyone
who would want to help ?.

What about Dr. Snell at
the Wayne Observatory ?. You've
done a lot ofwork with him.

Yeah. I'll call him
as soon as we get back.

Hey, slow down.
Johnny ?.
Those fools !
Oh, you can't
really blame them.

But I did see it.
I even saw some kind
of tracks.

I can't be just
imagining it !
I'm thinking ofyou,Johnny.

And people talking
behind your back and laughing.

They've talked about me
before. Even your
old friend, the sheriff.

Oh, Matt didn't mean
anything by it.

He's known me all my life.
You know how he looks after me.

I don't blame any of'em.
Can I prove it ?.

Even to myself ?.
Well, maybe ifwe really
do find something--

You really have to,
Johnny ?.
I have to, Ellen.