It Came from Outer Space

Why repeat it ?.
It's all right here.

"Star Gazer Sees Martians."
Stick around.
I may really have something
forya in a few minutes.

Look, uh, this is private.
Do ya mind ?.

Not at all.
How about it, Miss Fields ?.
You add anything to this ?.
No !

[Indistinct Chatter]
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Hiya, Bob.
Hi !

Well, well,John.
Hello, Dr. Snell.

Glad you could get away.
I wouldn't have
missed it for anything.

How long you been here ?.
Oh, about an hour.

Oh, you've just
gotten started then.
Hardly, I've seen enough.

You do believe me ?.
Look,John, last night you
saw a meteor fall to Earth.

That much has been
substantiated by witnesses.

The presence of the crater
itself, its formation
and characteristics,

all support the theory
that it was a meteor.
But I tell you I was ship !

You saw something
that looked like a ship.
You can't prove it,John.

I can prove it
if I can get you to help me
dig it out of there.

I can't in good faith ask
the university to do it.

We'd dig for months
and spend thousands,

and maybe all we'd find
would be these.

Look, note the black
coloring, characteristic
of the meteor,

the fusion from heat,
the nickel and iron.

Facts,John, facts.
Even the angle of contact
with the earth.

Everything points toward
it being a meteor.
All right, all right.

I'll admit I don't have
all the answers.
One more point,John.

Come on.
Find anything, Bob ?.
No, Doctor,
not a thing.

There you are. There's
no sign of any excessive
radioactivity anywhere.

Odd, wouldn't you say,
for something coming in
from outer space ?.

I don't know what's odd
and what isn't anymore.

But I do know I expected you
to be more open to the idea
than the others.

You're a man of science !
Therefore, less inclined
to witchcraft,John.

Not witchcraft, Dr. Snell.
Imagination !

Willingness to believe
there are lots of things that
we don't know anything about.