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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:06,000 --> 00:00:12,074 Advertise your product or brand here contact www.SubtitleDB.org today 2 00:00:28,233 --> 00:00:30,520 I've just been advised by our group that we are deploying 3 00:00:30,610 --> 00:00:33,273 six members of law enforcement and two canine dogs to aid... 4 00:00:33,363 --> 00:00:35,480 Another day of searching in the desert for clues 5 00:00:35,574 --> 00:00:37,190 in the case of three missing teens. 6 00:00:37,284 --> 00:00:39,196 Multiple law enforcement agencies are here. 7 00:00:39,286 --> 00:00:42,611 Well, there's still volunteers continuing the search, the satellite images... 8 00:00:42,706 --> 00:00:44,413 So anyone with any information at all... 9 00:00:44,499 --> 00:00:46,240 ...doubled since yesterday. 10 00:00:46,334 --> 00:00:49,418 As more time goes on, they're really pushing their resources 11 00:00:49,504 --> 00:00:51,336 to make sure these teenagers are found. 12 00:01:03,602 --> 00:01:05,889 You know, I read an article, 13 00:01:05,979 --> 00:01:09,892 you wouldn't believe the living you can make photographing food. 14 00:01:12,027 --> 00:01:14,314 Hey, Dad, what's the secret to making a great burger? 15 00:01:14,404 --> 00:01:17,112 Well, the first thing you got to do is you got to get your coals hot. 16 00:01:18,325 --> 00:01:21,659 Super hot, so when you put it on there, it seals in the juices. 17 00:01:21,745 --> 00:01:24,328 Then you don't flip it but one time. 18 00:01:26,249 --> 00:01:27,581 That's the secret. 19 00:01:27,667 --> 00:01:32,833 # Happy birthday, dear Sophie # 20 00:01:32,923 --> 00:01:38,135 # Happy birthday to you # 21 00:01:38,220 --> 00:01:40,212 - Make a wish, sweetie. Make a good one. - And many more. 22 00:01:41,765 --> 00:01:43,301 Okay, keep going. 23 00:01:43,391 --> 00:01:45,724 - Keep going, one more! You did it! - Go, go, go! 24 00:01:49,523 --> 00:01:51,515 Come on. Sit down. 25 00:01:51,608 --> 00:01:54,442 Imagine that you were going to talk to grown-up Sophie. 26 00:01:54,528 --> 00:01:56,360 What would you say to yourself? 27 00:01:56,446 --> 00:01:58,278 - I don't know. - You don't know? 28 00:02:00,408 --> 00:02:02,866 Can you give Sophie some advice for the future? 29 00:02:02,953 --> 00:02:06,663 Sophie, when you get older, you must obey your husband. 30 00:02:06,748 --> 00:02:08,114 - You must obey him. - Gramps! 31 00:02:08,208 --> 00:02:09,494 - What, to Soph? - Yeah. 32 00:02:09,584 --> 00:02:10,700 - Yeah. - Yeah? 33 00:02:10,794 --> 00:02:12,035 You want to do it right now? 34 00:02:12,129 --> 00:02:14,542 Happy birthday, honey. I love you. 35 00:02:16,049 --> 00:02:18,757 I love you, Sophie. You're the best. 36 00:02:18,844 --> 00:02:21,587 Your brother is crazy, but I love him too. 37 00:02:21,680 --> 00:02:24,218 And now he's going to talk to you, so give me... give me the camera. 38 00:02:24,307 --> 00:02:26,674 - No, no, no, I'm the director. - No, honey, I want the camera now. 39 00:02:26,768 --> 00:02:30,728 No, it's your turn. Sit down next to your sister. Come on. 40 00:02:30,814 --> 00:02:32,100 - Now you know how I feel. - Okay. 41 00:02:32,190 --> 00:02:35,649 All right. I want you to, uh, say something very sweet to your sister. 42 00:02:35,735 --> 00:02:38,603 A nice wish for her sixth year of life. Go. 43 00:02:40,740 --> 00:02:43,904 This is how I remember my brother. How I try to. 44 00:02:44,828 --> 00:02:46,911 Sitting next to me at my sixth birthday party. 45 00:02:48,081 --> 00:02:50,414 Before anyone knew our lives were about to change. 46 00:02:51,376 --> 00:02:53,789 That this would be the last time we were all together. 47 00:03:25,994 --> 00:03:28,737 - Hey. - Oh, hey. Hey. 48 00:03:28,830 --> 00:03:30,822 - It's so good to see you. - Good to see you. 49 00:03:32,125 --> 00:03:34,117 - How was your flight? - Uh, good. This is Jay. 50 00:03:34,669 --> 00:03:35,659 Jay, this is my dad, Steve. 51 00:03:35,754 --> 00:03:37,211 How are you, Steve? Nice to meet you. 52 00:03:38,590 --> 00:03:40,001 What did you pack, Jay? 53 00:03:42,886 --> 00:03:44,969 Are you going to be filming the whole time? 54 00:03:45,597 --> 00:03:47,338 Yeah, that's, uh... that's the idea. 55 00:03:48,391 --> 00:03:50,053 You're like Harrison Ford. 56 00:03:50,685 --> 00:03:52,927 Okay, I'm over here in the scam lot. 57 00:03:53,021 --> 00:03:55,559 That's what they do, they scam you. They've got the public one 58 00:03:55,649 --> 00:03:58,312 that's so far over, it might as well be in another county. 59 00:03:59,069 --> 00:04:01,186 You go there, you're going to miss your flight. 60 00:04:01,613 --> 00:04:02,603 And, uh... 61 00:04:04,574 --> 00:04:06,531 they resell the flight and then... 62 00:04:07,619 --> 00:04:09,702 you're shit out of luck is what you are. 63 00:04:16,878 --> 00:04:19,461 So you've got your own little reality show? 64 00:04:19,547 --> 00:04:20,833 It's not a reality show, dad. 65 00:04:20,924 --> 00:04:23,291 - It's a documentary. - Documentary, huh? 66 00:04:23,385 --> 00:04:24,717 - Uh-huh. - Okay. 67 00:04:25,762 --> 00:04:27,253 What's your documentary about? 68 00:04:30,308 --> 00:04:32,015 It's about Josh. 69 00:04:34,938 --> 00:04:35,928 Josh? 70 00:04:43,947 --> 00:04:46,064 Anyone with any information at all, 71 00:04:46,157 --> 00:04:48,240 we're asking you to please call a special tip line. 72 00:04:48,326 --> 00:04:51,160 ...searching in the desert for clues in the case of three missing teens. 73 00:04:51,246 --> 00:04:53,363 Search efforts have doubled since yesterday. 74 00:04:53,456 --> 00:04:56,073 As more time goes on, they're really pushing their resources 75 00:04:56,167 --> 00:04:58,375 to make sure these teenagers are found. 76 00:04:58,461 --> 00:05:01,044 We will continue to return here until we've 77 00:05:01,131 --> 00:05:03,339 completely exhausted everything that we think we need to do. 78 00:05:03,425 --> 00:05:05,758 There are still volunteers continuing the search, 79 00:05:05,844 --> 00:05:08,302 uh, and satellite imaging is ongoing. 80 00:05:08,388 --> 00:05:10,675 Arizona State Police are now in their third week 81 00:05:10,765 --> 00:05:12,381 searching for missing teenagers 82 00:05:12,475 --> 00:05:15,684 Ashley Foster, Mark Abrams, and Josh Bishop. 83 00:05:22,485 --> 00:05:24,647 Well... sold. 84 00:05:24,738 --> 00:05:26,070 Yeah. 85 00:05:35,915 --> 00:05:37,326 You don't want to come in? 86 00:05:38,626 --> 00:05:40,538 I... No, I-I better not. 87 00:05:40,628 --> 00:05:43,712 - Just, uh, say hi to mom for me. - Okay. 88 00:05:43,798 --> 00:05:45,164 - Okay? - Yeah. 89 00:05:45,258 --> 00:05:47,045 - I'll talk to you later. - Okay. Bye. 90 00:05:55,852 --> 00:05:58,686 Well, I like your bangs. 91 00:05:58,772 --> 00:06:00,684 - You're so cute! - Mom! 92 00:06:01,858 --> 00:06:03,690 While you're here, you've got to go through everything, 93 00:06:03,777 --> 00:06:05,313 - or else I'm giving it to the yard sale. - Okay. 94 00:06:05,403 --> 00:06:07,690 - Okay? - I'm fine, okay. I don't need my blankie. 95 00:06:18,416 --> 00:06:20,908 Well, as you can see, um... 96 00:06:21,002 --> 00:06:22,584 what's the point of redecorating? 97 00:06:23,463 --> 00:06:25,955 While you're here, I was hoping you could help me pick up this stuff. 98 00:06:26,424 --> 00:06:30,968 I have a ton of boxes in the garage and between the two of us it shouldn't take us... 99 00:06:33,681 --> 00:06:35,047 Do you still have the tapes? 100 00:06:49,948 --> 00:06:53,066 - This is it, huh? - Yeah. 101 00:06:53,159 --> 00:06:55,617 That's the one. That's... how it all started. 102 00:07:01,793 --> 00:07:03,079 Oh, it's your turn. 103 00:07:03,169 --> 00:07:04,410 Sit down next to your sister. 104 00:07:04,504 --> 00:07:06,791 Come on. Now you know how I feel. 105 00:07:06,881 --> 00:07:09,089 - Okay. Okay. - I want you to, uh, 106 00:07:09,175 --> 00:07:10,711 say something very sweet to your sister. 107 00:07:10,802 --> 00:07:13,340 A nice wish for her sixth year of life. Go. 108 00:07:16,391 --> 00:07:21,102 Okay. Well, Sophie, I have one thing to say to you... 109 00:07:21,187 --> 00:07:24,351 Wow. Look at this. 110 00:07:24,441 --> 00:07:26,353 Whoa! Is that an airplane? 111 00:07:26,443 --> 00:07:27,809 I don't know. 112 00:07:29,070 --> 00:07:30,902 Oh! Josh! Careful! 113 00:07:30,989 --> 00:07:31,854 It's bright. 114 00:07:33,324 --> 00:07:34,405 Hold on. 115 00:07:34,492 --> 00:07:36,074 I don't think it's an airplane. 116 00:07:36,161 --> 00:07:37,322 - Hmm. - Huh. 117 00:07:37,412 --> 00:07:39,028 Oh, look at that! A fourth one! 118 00:07:41,624 --> 00:07:45,163 They're in formation of some kind, but they're not really moving. 119 00:07:45,253 --> 00:07:47,620 - Whoa! - Whoa! 120 00:07:47,714 --> 00:07:50,047 Five, six, seven lights. 121 00:07:51,217 --> 00:07:53,049 Have you guys ever seen anything like this before? 122 00:07:53,136 --> 00:07:55,219 - Hey! - You see that. 123 00:07:55,305 --> 00:07:58,844 You see that? What is that? 124 00:07:58,933 --> 00:08:01,471 - Oh, my God. - What is that? 125 00:08:01,561 --> 00:08:03,302 That's definitely not a plane. 126 00:08:03,396 --> 00:08:04,978 That's one object. 127 00:08:06,816 --> 00:08:08,728 - Wow, I've never seen anything like it. - Oh, my God! 128 00:08:08,818 --> 00:08:10,684 - Honey, zoom in on it. - I'm zooming, Mom. 129 00:08:10,778 --> 00:08:11,734 Okay. Okay. 130 00:08:11,863 --> 00:08:13,399 Whoa! 131 00:08:13,490 --> 00:08:15,823 - Whoa! - They're aliens or something. 132 00:08:17,035 --> 00:08:19,698 - They're gone. - That's weird. 133 00:08:19,787 --> 00:08:21,323 What was that? 134 00:08:23,041 --> 00:08:24,157 I don't know. 135 00:08:24,250 --> 00:08:26,412 - Where did they go? - They're gone. 136 00:08:26,503 --> 00:08:29,462 Maybe they... they could have gone behind the mountain maybe. 137 00:08:29,547 --> 00:08:31,960 - No, there's no clouds! - Yeah, we saw the same thing. 138 00:08:32,050 --> 00:08:34,167 - That was interesting. - That was a show, right? 139 00:08:34,260 --> 00:08:36,092 - Yeah, right? - Guys, you know what that was? 140 00:08:37,013 --> 00:08:38,675 - Those were UFOs! - Oh, come on. 141 00:08:38,765 --> 00:08:40,757 Those were UFOs! That's what a UFO is! 142 00:08:40,850 --> 00:08:42,807 You guys, I think that's our cue to clean up. 143 00:08:42,894 --> 00:08:45,887 - We gotta... Right? Come on. - Are you kidding me? Dad! 144 00:08:46,981 --> 00:08:49,519 Yeah, it was probably, um... 145 00:08:49,609 --> 00:08:50,850 I don't know, military. 146 00:08:50,944 --> 00:08:52,651 Yeah, we've got to get the presents, Josh. 147 00:08:55,240 --> 00:08:56,572 Josh, put the camera down 148 00:08:56,658 --> 00:08:58,524 - and just help your mother clean up, okay? - Soph... 149 00:08:58,618 --> 00:09:00,234 what do you think that was? 150 00:09:00,328 --> 00:09:01,944 I don't know! 151 00:09:10,255 --> 00:09:11,962 Holy moly. 152 00:09:12,048 --> 00:09:13,539 You okay, Soph? 153 00:09:15,051 --> 00:09:16,337 You all right? 154 00:09:16,427 --> 00:09:17,588 Yeah. 155 00:09:20,640 --> 00:09:22,506 That was the Air Force, Dad! 156 00:09:22,600 --> 00:09:24,557 Well, I hope it was our Air Force. 157 00:09:24,644 --> 00:09:26,101 Grandpa. 158 00:09:27,897 --> 00:09:29,183 That was amazing! 159 00:09:37,073 --> 00:09:38,939 When these lights appeared over Phoenix, 160 00:09:39,033 --> 00:09:42,743 people immediately thought: UFOs. Outer space. 161 00:09:42,829 --> 00:09:45,037 - We were standing about here? - Right about here. 162 00:09:45,123 --> 00:09:46,785 - Whoa! - Whoa! 163 00:09:46,874 --> 00:09:49,332 They went just over the valley toward South Mountain 164 00:09:49,419 --> 00:09:51,456 in like a... what seemed to be a "V" formation, 165 00:09:52,422 --> 00:09:54,709 - It was definitely interesting. - Mm-hmm. 166 00:09:54,799 --> 00:09:57,507 So far, the military hasn't claimed any testing 167 00:09:57,594 --> 00:09:59,881 in the area from nearby Luke Air Force Base, 168 00:09:59,971 --> 00:10:01,712 which leaves many residents wondering 169 00:10:01,806 --> 00:10:03,923 "What were those mysterious lights?" 170 00:10:04,017 --> 00:10:06,475 It seemed like the Air Force didn't know what it was, and if that's true, 171 00:10:06,561 --> 00:10:09,474 then what was it, you know? I don't know. 172 00:10:11,149 --> 00:10:13,766 And now I'll ask Officer Stein and his colleagues 173 00:10:13,860 --> 00:10:18,028 to escort the accused into the room so that we may all look upon the guilty party. 174 00:10:18,114 --> 00:10:19,901 Don't get him too close to me, please. 175 00:10:19,991 --> 00:10:23,025 This just goes to show that you guys are entirely too serious. 176 00:10:25,121 --> 00:10:27,784 No one really took it that seriously from what I remember. 177 00:10:27,874 --> 00:10:29,081 Except Josh. 178 00:10:29,167 --> 00:10:30,408 Would you say he was sort of 179 00:10:30,501 --> 00:10:33,164 single-minded about stuff, like, once he got an idea? 180 00:10:33,254 --> 00:10:35,291 Yeah. Yeah, there was no stopping him. 181 00:10:55,652 --> 00:10:58,941 Peeeeeew. Peeeew. 182 00:10:59,030 --> 00:11:00,896 Excuse me, sir, do you have a second to talk about the... 183 00:11:00,990 --> 00:11:04,154 - Nope. - ...Phoenix Lights? Okay, thank you. 184 00:11:04,243 --> 00:11:06,860 - It was just a "V" like this. - And you saw that yourself? 185 00:11:06,954 --> 00:11:09,947 It was just a "V" like that, man. And we were like... 186 00:11:10,041 --> 00:11:12,749 and we were like, "Hey, man, check that out, man." 187 00:11:14,504 --> 00:11:17,713 I know... UFOs will come 188 00:11:18,675 --> 00:11:22,589 at us... and attack one day. 189 00:11:22,679 --> 00:11:24,636 - You think they'll attack? - And if that happ... 190 00:11:24,722 --> 00:11:28,716 And if that happens, we will be prepared. 191 00:11:33,981 --> 00:11:35,142 So, did you see the lights? 192 00:11:35,942 --> 00:11:38,935 No, not personally. 193 00:11:39,028 --> 00:11:41,361 Okay, so you saw them on, like, the news? 194 00:11:41,447 --> 00:11:43,734 - Yeah. - Awesome. Channel 3? 195 00:11:44,617 --> 00:11:45,698 No. 196 00:11:46,369 --> 00:11:47,780 It doesn't matter. 197 00:11:47,870 --> 00:11:50,453 Uh, do you think it was a UFO? 198 00:11:50,540 --> 00:11:51,826 I don't know. Maybe. 199 00:11:53,000 --> 00:11:55,708 - Okay, so, um... - Can I ask you something now? 200 00:11:55,795 --> 00:11:57,787 - Yeah. - Can I give you some advice? 201 00:11:57,880 --> 00:12:00,588 - Umm, sure. Yeah. - This is an interview, right? 202 00:12:00,675 --> 00:12:02,712 - Yeah. - So maybe you should ask me 203 00:12:02,802 --> 00:12:04,338 some open-ended questions. 204 00:12:04,429 --> 00:12:07,092 You know, like, things that don't just warrant yes or no answers. 205 00:12:07,181 --> 00:12:08,672 Just, like, get me to talk... 206 00:12:08,766 --> 00:12:10,302 Okay, yeah. No. Sure. 207 00:12:11,227 --> 00:12:12,843 Is this the same place? 208 00:12:15,273 --> 00:12:19,859 She just had this charm about her that was electric. 209 00:12:21,487 --> 00:12:24,651 I think because of that she could get a lot out of people, 210 00:12:24,741 --> 00:12:27,279 people trusted her, saw her as a confidant. 211 00:12:29,245 --> 00:12:31,362 Jack was kind of pushing the lawyer thing, 212 00:12:31,456 --> 00:12:35,120 but truly I... I think Ashley's passion was journalism. 213 00:12:38,713 --> 00:12:40,579 Good morning, Canyon Park High School. 214 00:12:40,673 --> 00:12:42,835 I'm Ashley Foster, CPTV. 215 00:12:44,302 --> 00:12:46,715 Just want to say hello to all the new freshmen in the building. 216 00:12:46,804 --> 00:12:48,011 Welcome aboard. 217 00:12:49,265 --> 00:12:51,222 I know locker combinations can be tricky, 218 00:12:51,309 --> 00:12:53,392 but you'll make it through just like I did. 219 00:12:53,478 --> 00:12:55,219 So just keep trying. 220 00:12:55,313 --> 00:12:56,554 Together, we're a team... 221 00:12:57,565 --> 00:12:59,727 and this is not teamwork. 222 00:12:59,817 --> 00:13:02,150 - That's cute. - Yeah. 223 00:13:02,236 --> 00:13:03,568 What did you guys think of Josh? 224 00:13:04,405 --> 00:13:05,486 We didn't know him. 225 00:13:08,159 --> 00:13:10,697 - Is that Josh's yearbook? - Yeah, umm... 226 00:13:11,204 --> 00:13:12,285 Ashley signed it. 227 00:13:12,371 --> 00:13:13,578 - Oh really? - Yeah. 228 00:13:13,664 --> 00:13:15,451 - There it is. - Oh! 229 00:13:15,541 --> 00:13:17,407 Look at that. 230 00:13:19,337 --> 00:13:22,375 I mean, he was never one of these kids that came over to the house. 231 00:13:24,342 --> 00:13:26,880 That's it. Josh Bishop. 232 00:13:28,387 --> 00:13:30,424 - Seems like she had a lot of friends. - Oh, she did, yeah. 233 00:13:30,515 --> 00:13:32,347 She was a charmer. 234 00:13:32,433 --> 00:13:35,517 Have you ever... Have you ever heard the story of Ezekiel's wheel? 235 00:13:36,521 --> 00:13:37,602 Umm... 236 00:13:39,232 --> 00:13:42,851 - It-It's from the Bible. - Oh. Yeah. Definitely not. 237 00:13:42,944 --> 00:13:46,483 Ezekiel describes God coming down from heaven in a chariot. 238 00:13:46,572 --> 00:13:49,690 It's lighting up the sky, but all along the outside are eyes. 239 00:13:51,786 --> 00:13:53,197 Why would God need a spaceship? 240 00:13:53,287 --> 00:13:57,497 Exactly, because he is space. 241 00:13:59,502 --> 00:14:00,788 Yeah. 242 00:14:00,878 --> 00:14:02,665 - All right, we're done. It's cool. - It's done? 243 00:14:02,755 --> 00:14:05,042 - Yeah, yeah, yeah. - Great. Okay. Bye. 244 00:14:05,132 --> 00:14:06,339 Thanks for doing it. 245 00:14:12,348 --> 00:14:16,137 A very sweet girl. I met her a few times. 246 00:14:16,227 --> 00:14:18,970 I definitely know that Josh had a crush on her and... 247 00:14:20,648 --> 00:14:21,684 I'm hoping... 248 00:14:23,192 --> 00:14:25,400 Now I'm going to cry, I'm hoping she liked him. 249 00:14:26,362 --> 00:14:28,149 Just because they... 250 00:14:29,240 --> 00:14:32,574 spent so much time together, it would have been nice to know that he, 251 00:14:32,660 --> 00:14:35,277 in his short life, could experience that. 252 00:14:40,167 --> 00:14:42,079 - That's Ashley's handwriting. - Mm-hmm. 253 00:14:42,169 --> 00:14:46,376 And how much do you know about what Ashley and Josh were working on? 254 00:14:46,465 --> 00:14:49,549 We certainly didn't know any of that until... 255 00:14:49,635 --> 00:14:50,751 - later. - Later. 256 00:14:50,845 --> 00:14:53,132 - It was after. - Yeah. Yeah. 257 00:14:53,222 --> 00:14:55,088 - We knew very little. - Mm-hmm. 258 00:15:04,108 --> 00:15:06,475 We're going to meet with some astronomers. 259 00:15:06,569 --> 00:15:08,151 - Okay. - They're going to have rocks 260 00:15:08,237 --> 00:15:10,399 and all different kinds of stuff to show us, 261 00:15:10,489 --> 00:15:13,197 so we've got to be prepared, and we need to make sure that we're on our "A" game. 262 00:15:13,951 --> 00:15:15,613 What does our "A" game mean? 263 00:15:15,703 --> 00:15:17,820 We just have to be professional. 264 00:15:17,914 --> 00:15:22,124 But I'm feeling... I feel like I've been pretty professional so far, thank you. 265 00:15:22,209 --> 00:15:24,496 I don't think I'm exactly amateur hour. 266 00:15:24,587 --> 00:15:26,749 I know, but I-I guess I'm just a little nervous. 267 00:15:26,839 --> 00:15:28,000 I want everything to go good. 268 00:15:28,090 --> 00:15:30,047 Well, do you have any questions prepared? 269 00:15:30,134 --> 00:15:32,751 I have a ton, they're in my backpack. Do you have my backpack by the way? 270 00:15:32,845 --> 00:15:34,256 Yeah, I do. 271 00:15:40,394 --> 00:15:42,807 Have you ever held a meteorite before? 272 00:15:43,856 --> 00:15:45,313 I'll start with this one. 273 00:15:46,442 --> 00:15:49,059 Whoa! 274 00:15:49,153 --> 00:15:53,363 We get phone calls about UFOs kind of frequently. 275 00:15:53,449 --> 00:15:56,692 So when the Phoenix Lights happened, were people calling and asking? 276 00:15:56,786 --> 00:15:59,403 Uh... yeah, they were. 277 00:15:59,497 --> 00:16:01,159 - A few. - He shot the footage. 278 00:16:01,248 --> 00:16:04,116 - Oh, you shot the footage? - That's right, yeah. 279 00:16:04,210 --> 00:16:07,294 Oh, congratulations! Can you learn to focus? 280 00:16:07,380 --> 00:16:08,996 There you go. 281 00:16:09,090 --> 00:16:11,127 They're in a formation of some kind, 282 00:16:11,217 --> 00:16:12,628 but they're not really moving. 283 00:16:12,718 --> 00:16:14,755 Okay, that's more likely flares. 284 00:16:17,390 --> 00:16:20,303 The flares are probably fifty to a hundred miles away. 285 00:16:20,393 --> 00:16:23,636 So you don't see the smoke. You just see a bright light that just hangs there 286 00:16:23,729 --> 00:16:26,096 because of the parachute to hold them in place. 287 00:16:26,190 --> 00:16:28,227 Would you say you're a hundred percent sure it's not 288 00:16:28,317 --> 00:16:31,401 or you're ninety-nine percent sure and still open to the possibility? 289 00:16:31,487 --> 00:16:35,606 No, I'm a hundred percent sure that-that-that... that that's what it was. 290 00:16:38,953 --> 00:16:42,037 - Oh! A jet. - It's an F-18. 291 00:16:42,123 --> 00:16:43,910 - What was that? - What did you say, Don? 292 00:16:44,000 --> 00:16:46,287 - F-18. - How do you know? 293 00:16:47,336 --> 00:16:48,872 He's got the ear for it. 294 00:16:51,298 --> 00:16:52,834 All right, I got as close as I could. 295 00:16:52,925 --> 00:16:55,838 There's this creepy guy who was just staring me down. 296 00:16:55,928 --> 00:16:57,920 I think he was about to call security on me. 297 00:16:58,014 --> 00:16:59,630 You actually believe it was the Air Force. 298 00:16:59,724 --> 00:17:00,760 - You believe that... - I do not. 299 00:17:00,850 --> 00:17:03,308 - You believe the bearded... - I don't know what I believe yet! 300 00:17:03,394 --> 00:17:05,681 - I'm open... - The bearded Galileo Society 301 00:17:05,771 --> 00:17:09,606 of Phoenix, Arizona. I'm disappointed. You're no longer a producer. 302 00:17:09,692 --> 00:17:11,979 I am absolutely a producer! 303 00:17:26,876 --> 00:17:28,208 I think I found the section. 304 00:17:30,129 --> 00:17:32,621 "Ancient UFO sightings." 305 00:17:32,715 --> 00:17:35,332 Check this out. Petroglyphs. 306 00:17:35,426 --> 00:17:38,464 That's totally a spaceship. 307 00:17:38,554 --> 00:17:40,546 Isn't this that Bible thing you were talking about? 308 00:17:40,639 --> 00:17:41,880 Ezekiel's wheel. 309 00:17:43,392 --> 00:17:45,384 Wait, I know what this reminds me of. 310 00:17:45,478 --> 00:17:47,140 It's like the machine at the end of Contact. 311 00:17:47,229 --> 00:17:48,515 I love that movie. 312 00:17:55,237 --> 00:17:57,274 Okay to go. 313 00:17:57,364 --> 00:17:59,447 Okay to go. 314 00:18:00,826 --> 00:18:02,692 - Initiate drop sequence. - Okay to go! 315 00:18:02,787 --> 00:18:05,871 Oh, my God, Oh, my God. I think I'm going through a wormhole! 316 00:18:11,587 --> 00:18:12,953 Okay. 317 00:18:17,176 --> 00:18:19,714 I don't want to seem ungrateful for all the help, 318 00:18:19,804 --> 00:18:21,340 but what are we doing here? 319 00:18:22,640 --> 00:18:24,973 We should be, like, breaking into Area-51. 320 00:18:27,853 --> 00:18:30,436 Can you tell us your name and what you do here? 321 00:18:30,523 --> 00:18:34,608 My name is Tony Duncan, I'm from the Apache Nation. 322 00:18:34,693 --> 00:18:36,355 For the most part, we do a lot of story-telling. 323 00:18:37,613 --> 00:18:40,447 A lot of our stories of creation talk about 324 00:18:40,533 --> 00:18:43,367 how at one time we were up in the lights, 325 00:18:43,452 --> 00:18:47,571 up in the sky world, so maybe it was one of our peoples up there. 326 00:18:47,665 --> 00:18:49,327 So, you saw the lights last week? 327 00:18:49,416 --> 00:18:52,750 I didn't see them. I didn't see them... that exact time, 328 00:18:52,837 --> 00:18:55,329 um, but I just heard everyone's different stories. 329 00:18:55,422 --> 00:18:58,756 But then eventually, you know, I seen all the footage of it. 330 00:18:58,843 --> 00:19:01,051 I first thought of the star people. 331 00:19:01,137 --> 00:19:04,175 "That must be them, our relatives." 332 00:19:04,265 --> 00:19:06,507 You said you didn't see them that exact time. 333 00:19:06,600 --> 00:19:09,764 - What did you mean? - Yeah. Actually, um... 334 00:19:09,854 --> 00:19:12,972 way before the lights that were seen in Phoenix, 335 00:19:13,065 --> 00:19:15,728 my friend that I grew up with... his name is Pony... 336 00:19:17,111 --> 00:19:19,774 we actually seen some lights in the same way, 337 00:19:19,864 --> 00:19:21,696 but they were a lot closer, and we followed them. 338 00:19:21,782 --> 00:19:23,489 - Wait. - You saw the same formation? 339 00:19:23,576 --> 00:19:25,989 Yeah, yeah. They were in the sky, and they were actually... 340 00:19:26,078 --> 00:19:28,320 they'd be here and then they would take off really fast, 341 00:19:28,414 --> 00:19:30,121 and they would move around, 342 00:19:30,207 --> 00:19:33,450 and it was really exciting, and then it went way out into the field. 343 00:19:33,544 --> 00:19:35,911 Like, we were running way out into the field for a long time, 344 00:19:36,005 --> 00:19:37,871 our legs were getting all scratched up. 345 00:19:37,965 --> 00:19:40,503 Eventually, it just took off. 346 00:19:40,593 --> 00:19:43,506 Away, high upward. Just... we couldn't see it anymore. 347 00:19:43,596 --> 00:19:47,840 Uh, but we still talk about that, Pony and I. 348 00:19:47,933 --> 00:19:51,722 Uh, but that was off over in Salt River, in the Salt River Reservation. 349 00:19:54,940 --> 00:19:56,681 The bus definitely doesn't go that far. 350 00:19:58,694 --> 00:20:00,902 That's where we're going. 351 00:20:00,988 --> 00:20:03,605 Well, that's where we're deciding if we should go, 352 00:20:03,699 --> 00:20:06,567 to be more accurate. 353 00:20:06,660 --> 00:20:09,778 Are you serious? What, are you scared of sky people? 354 00:20:09,872 --> 00:20:11,454 Of being taken to the spirit world 355 00:20:11,540 --> 00:20:13,156 - with the Anasazi. - Well, I kind of believed him. 356 00:20:15,794 --> 00:20:17,080 Please come. 357 00:20:18,380 --> 00:20:19,746 I need my producer, you know. 358 00:20:22,509 --> 00:20:24,967 I think it would make a really sick documentary. 359 00:20:25,054 --> 00:20:27,171 I'll show it to colleges or... somebody. 360 00:20:31,977 --> 00:20:33,934 How do we get there? 361 00:20:37,566 --> 00:20:38,522 That's for me. 362 00:20:38,609 --> 00:20:40,145 Okay. Mark! 363 00:20:40,236 --> 00:20:42,228 - Mrs. Bishop. - I haven't seen you in so long. 364 00:20:42,321 --> 00:20:44,108 - I know, how are you? - Good, how are you? 365 00:20:44,198 --> 00:20:45,609 Hey. 366 00:20:45,699 --> 00:20:46,860 - You look great. - Thank you. 367 00:20:46,951 --> 00:20:50,115 - Did you do something with your hair? - Oh. Just got it done. 368 00:20:50,204 --> 00:20:51,695 - Are you serious? - Thanks for noticing. 369 00:20:51,789 --> 00:20:53,655 - No problem. - Can you stop flirting with my mom? 370 00:20:53,749 --> 00:20:55,661 I'm not flirting with your mom. 371 00:20:55,751 --> 00:20:57,208 She does look pretty good though. 372 00:21:00,047 --> 00:21:01,379 All right, go. 373 00:21:01,465 --> 00:21:04,419 And let's not forget our most important piece of equipment on this journey... 374 00:21:06,303 --> 00:21:08,841 my 1994 Grand Jeep Cherokee. 375 00:21:08,931 --> 00:21:13,221 Six-cylinder engine, blood-red finish, roof racks... 376 00:21:13,310 --> 00:21:16,599 16-inch clearance, perfect for maneuvering over any desert... 377 00:21:20,401 --> 00:21:21,437 Sorry. 378 00:21:24,446 --> 00:21:26,062 ...phenomenon has returned. 379 00:21:26,156 --> 00:21:27,818 - Oh, shit. - For the second time in one week, 380 00:21:27,908 --> 00:21:30,366 mysterious lights have been spotted over the Phoenix area... 381 00:21:30,452 --> 00:21:33,286 - Yo, Mark! Look at this! - ...this time, over the suburb of Mesa. 382 00:21:33,372 --> 00:21:35,238 The sightings fascinated residents. 383 00:21:35,332 --> 00:21:37,494 It was completely silent. You couldn't hear it, 384 00:21:37,584 --> 00:21:40,827 but you knew it was there. It was just massive, it was big. 385 00:21:40,921 --> 00:21:43,834 Eye-witnesses describe what they saw as being identical 386 00:21:43,924 --> 00:21:46,541 to the glowing orbs that passed through the area earlier this week... 387 00:21:46,635 --> 00:21:48,501 Is that them? Are those your aliens? 388 00:21:48,595 --> 00:21:51,178 ...a mysterious "V" formation that flew from west to east. 389 00:21:51,265 --> 00:21:53,848 - The video you're seeing right now... - Dude, I know where this is. 390 00:21:53,934 --> 00:21:55,141 ...captured in Mesa about ten miles from the... 391 00:21:56,478 --> 00:22:00,062 Wait, this is it, here on the right. Right, right, right, right! Go! 392 00:22:00,149 --> 00:22:01,856 - Go, go, go, go, go! - Shit. Let me know 393 00:22:01,942 --> 00:22:04,229 a little earlier next time. 394 00:22:05,988 --> 00:22:07,354 Jeez, man. 395 00:22:11,785 --> 00:22:12,775 Dang. 396 00:22:16,915 --> 00:22:19,953 This is it. This is where they were, right over that ridge. 397 00:22:21,503 --> 00:22:23,586 Well... 398 00:22:23,672 --> 00:22:25,504 whatever they were, they're long gone now. 399 00:22:31,638 --> 00:22:32,799 Dude. 400 00:22:34,266 --> 00:22:35,427 Well, dude, check this out. 401 00:22:38,228 --> 00:22:39,309 Somebody's up there. 402 00:22:42,066 --> 00:22:45,434 You do realize we gotta get up in, like, six hours, right? 403 00:22:45,527 --> 00:22:47,109 Dude, we're almost to the top. 404 00:22:48,530 --> 00:22:49,987 All right. 405 00:22:51,784 --> 00:22:52,945 Whoa! 406 00:22:53,035 --> 00:22:54,276 Get down. 407 00:22:58,332 --> 00:23:01,291 Dude, kill the light. What are you doing? Josh? 408 00:23:08,133 --> 00:23:09,795 Josh, let's get the hell out of here. 409 00:23:09,885 --> 00:23:11,092 Just hang on. 410 00:23:12,179 --> 00:23:13,761 Man, those are cops up there. 411 00:23:17,726 --> 00:23:19,638 Dude, there's no plates. 412 00:23:19,728 --> 00:23:21,219 I don't care, let's go. 413 00:23:28,654 --> 00:23:30,771 They're just cops. 414 00:23:30,864 --> 00:23:33,447 Dude, cops don't walk around in the middle of the night with telescopes. 415 00:23:37,663 --> 00:23:38,779 They're looking for it. 416 00:23:40,332 --> 00:23:41,743 What? 417 00:23:41,834 --> 00:23:44,121 - The UFO. - Josh, I don't care. Let's go. 418 00:23:44,211 --> 00:23:46,749 - That's what they're looking for. - Oh, my God. 419 00:23:48,674 --> 00:23:50,210 - Hey! - Oh shit! 420 00:23:50,300 --> 00:23:51,586 Run, bitch! 421 00:23:51,677 --> 00:23:53,134 Run! Come on! 422 00:23:58,892 --> 00:24:03,637 Okay, so this is the first sighting right above South Mountain. 423 00:24:03,730 --> 00:24:05,596 This is the second. 424 00:24:07,276 --> 00:24:09,518 And this is where we're going, 425 00:24:09,611 --> 00:24:11,944 right in the flight path of the first two. Nobody knows about this. 426 00:24:12,739 --> 00:24:13,900 I told you. 427 00:24:13,991 --> 00:24:15,698 I guess we'll find out tomorrow. 428 00:24:20,956 --> 00:24:22,788 This was an unusual case. 429 00:24:22,875 --> 00:24:24,832 What do you mean it was unusual? In what sense? 430 00:24:24,918 --> 00:24:28,082 Uh, well... it's very uncommon to have three kids go missing at the same time. 431 00:24:28,172 --> 00:24:30,289 - Just because there were three of them? - There were three, yeah. 432 00:24:30,382 --> 00:24:32,419 It is usually one, maybe two, 433 00:24:32,509 --> 00:24:35,718 boyfriend-girlfriend, but the fact that there were three, 434 00:24:35,804 --> 00:24:37,761 you know, set it outside of the norm. 435 00:24:40,017 --> 00:24:41,724 What did you guys use to get to drink? 436 00:24:41,810 --> 00:24:46,726 I always got lemonade but Mark, he'd always go for a suicide. 437 00:24:46,815 --> 00:24:49,273 All the way down. Dash of everything. 438 00:24:52,696 --> 00:24:56,155 Do you remember the night that you got the call? 439 00:24:57,910 --> 00:25:00,152 Sure. Yeah. Um... 440 00:25:00,245 --> 00:25:02,783 I was in my first year at ASU, 441 00:25:02,873 --> 00:25:05,115 and I got a call late at night from my mom 442 00:25:05,209 --> 00:25:07,326 saying that Mark hadn't come home. 443 00:25:09,963 --> 00:25:14,424 My dad was convinced that l'd taken him to some frat party and gotten him drunk. 444 00:25:15,344 --> 00:25:16,755 He was pissed off. 445 00:25:18,347 --> 00:25:20,009 He was even more pissed than Ashley's dad, 446 00:25:20,098 --> 00:25:22,681 if you can believe that. 447 00:25:22,768 --> 00:25:26,352 My mom told me that if I just got them home ASAP, I wouldn't get in trouble. 448 00:25:27,523 --> 00:25:29,640 They just... they refused to believe me. 449 00:25:31,360 --> 00:25:32,896 I didn't realize at the time that I was 450 00:25:32,986 --> 00:25:35,069 the last reasonable explanation that they had 451 00:25:35,155 --> 00:25:37,898 before they started to freak out for real. 452 00:25:40,827 --> 00:25:42,363 Officer... 453 00:25:42,454 --> 00:25:43,865 Is someone there? 454 00:25:43,956 --> 00:25:47,370 Possible 11-24 on the side of the highway. 455 00:25:49,419 --> 00:25:52,162 No, no one inside. 456 00:25:52,256 --> 00:25:54,669 - Copy that, 11-24. - 10-4. 457 00:26:00,931 --> 00:26:02,888 Should I put my phone in airplane mode? 458 00:26:02,975 --> 00:26:04,807 It won't affect the flight at all 459 00:26:04,893 --> 00:26:06,885 - if you don't put it in. - All right. 460 00:26:06,979 --> 00:26:09,813 - I use that on planes. - Yeah, that's bull crap. 461 00:26:21,868 --> 00:26:24,235 The reason I wanted to talk to you was because you were involved 462 00:26:24,329 --> 00:26:27,163 - in the search for my brother. - I was. 463 00:26:27,249 --> 00:26:30,492 Um, can you tell me a little bit about... about that? 464 00:26:31,211 --> 00:26:32,418 Strange case. 465 00:26:34,423 --> 00:26:36,210 That's where the car was found. 466 00:26:36,300 --> 00:26:37,586 Right down there? 467 00:26:44,224 --> 00:26:47,308 Do you think someone could have forced them off the road? 468 00:26:47,394 --> 00:26:49,807 It's possible, but I doubt it. 469 00:26:49,896 --> 00:26:53,606 It seems like they left the car here intentionally. 470 00:26:53,692 --> 00:26:55,433 What do you mean, "intentionally"? 471 00:26:55,527 --> 00:26:58,486 Oh, the car was parked perfectly in line, 472 00:26:58,572 --> 00:27:01,315 so it didn't seem like they were in a rush or anything. 473 00:27:03,285 --> 00:27:06,778 The doors were locked. We didn't find the keys. 474 00:27:06,872 --> 00:27:08,488 It was functional. It... it ran. 475 00:27:08,582 --> 00:27:11,666 It wasn't like it ran out of gas or the battery died out there. 476 00:27:11,752 --> 00:27:12,959 They were able to start it up. 477 00:27:13,045 --> 00:27:15,458 And we found some beers in the car. 478 00:27:15,547 --> 00:27:17,584 Some beers? Like, they were drinking? 479 00:27:17,674 --> 00:27:21,384 Yeah. Just a couple of beers. We really don't know if that means anything. 480 00:27:22,763 --> 00:27:26,848 There were traces of blood, and we think it was Mark's. 481 00:27:29,478 --> 00:27:30,889 And your brother's camera, of course. 482 00:27:36,860 --> 00:27:38,601 This is the one they found in the car. 483 00:27:44,368 --> 00:27:48,612 The Diamondbacks are the snakes that you want to look out for. 484 00:27:48,705 --> 00:27:50,196 Some dude died. 485 00:27:51,375 --> 00:27:53,492 I guess he was climbing over, like, a ridge 486 00:27:53,585 --> 00:27:55,702 and it struck, and it hit him in the neck. 487 00:27:58,090 --> 00:27:59,626 You dick! 488 00:27:59,716 --> 00:28:01,548 What? 489 00:28:01,635 --> 00:28:03,422 Are you serious? What about her parents, huh? 490 00:28:03,512 --> 00:28:05,048 You're the one who wants to hit the road. 491 00:28:05,138 --> 00:28:06,925 You want to get in trouble before we even leave? 492 00:28:07,015 --> 00:28:08,381 - God. - Now she comes out. 493 00:28:10,060 --> 00:28:11,596 Well. I guess it worked. 494 00:28:11,687 --> 00:28:14,680 It's 7:30 in the morning, you dicks. 495 00:28:14,773 --> 00:28:16,935 All right, well, there's a lot of dicks 496 00:28:17,025 --> 00:28:18,482 getting thrown at the driver right now. 497 00:28:18,568 --> 00:28:21,276 - What? - All right, you guys ready? 498 00:28:28,829 --> 00:28:30,946 - Josh, do you have all the equipment? - Can you move your camera? 499 00:28:31,039 --> 00:28:32,621 Yeah, no, we're good, we're good. 500 00:28:32,708 --> 00:28:34,540 Are you sure we shouldn't double check? 501 00:28:34,626 --> 00:28:36,242 'Cause once we're gone, we're gone. 502 00:28:36,336 --> 00:28:39,170 - Okay, go, go. Please drive. - What? 503 00:28:39,256 --> 00:28:41,794 - It's just I don't want to talk to my dad. - He looks like a sweet man. 504 00:28:41,883 --> 00:28:43,966 Yeah, until you meet him. 505 00:28:45,762 --> 00:28:47,253 Wait, when do you guys have to be home by? 506 00:28:47,347 --> 00:28:50,385 My parents aren't as concerned. 507 00:28:50,475 --> 00:28:52,967 My mom just like won't go to sleep until I'm home. 508 00:28:54,354 --> 00:28:55,970 Different when you're a girl... 509 00:28:56,064 --> 00:28:58,681 - No, no, a hundred percent. - ...with two men. 510 00:28:58,775 --> 00:29:00,732 - Hey look! Look, Josh. - It would say Interstate. 511 00:29:00,819 --> 00:29:03,436 Look at this. It looks like those petroglyphs in that book. 512 00:29:03,530 --> 00:29:05,522 - Those were clearly made... - Quick, shoot that. 513 00:29:05,615 --> 00:29:06,605 ...by alien spacecraft. 514 00:29:08,618 --> 00:29:14,205 # Arizona, take off your hobo shoes # 515 00:29:14,291 --> 00:29:18,661 # Arizona, hey, won'tcha go my way # 516 00:29:18,754 --> 00:29:20,962 I can tell 'em a little something. 517 00:29:21,047 --> 00:29:23,915 # Unh, Arizona, Unh # 518 00:29:24,009 --> 00:29:26,422 # So hot and fresh, giving me a boner # 519 00:29:26,511 --> 00:29:28,252 # Unh, rock and roller # 520 00:29:28,346 --> 00:29:31,214 # Unh, bowler, Coca-Cola # 521 00:29:31,308 --> 00:29:32,970 # Solar plexus # 522 00:29:33,059 --> 00:29:35,016 # 'Cause we're better than Texas # 523 00:29:35,103 --> 00:29:37,015 # 'Cause we're so big and fierce # 524 00:29:37,105 --> 00:29:38,641 # Call us T-Rexes # 525 00:29:38,732 --> 00:29:41,566 # Look at our faces, I know you wanna sex us! # 526 00:29:41,651 --> 00:29:42,983 Whoo! 527 00:29:43,069 --> 00:29:47,905 # Arizona, take off your rainbow shades # 528 00:29:47,991 --> 00:29:51,200 # Arizona, have another look at the world... # 529 00:29:58,084 --> 00:30:01,953 What happened between here and when they left the car... 530 00:30:02,047 --> 00:30:03,663 you see that's the mystery. 531 00:30:11,223 --> 00:30:15,558 Wouldn't know if it was a couple of hours or maybe a whole day. 532 00:30:15,644 --> 00:30:17,886 That's the hole we're trying to fill. 533 00:30:21,650 --> 00:30:24,691 Another day in the desert, searching for clues for three missing teens. 534 00:30:24,778 --> 00:30:27,737 So the ground search was odd, 'cause it turned up almost nothing. 535 00:30:27,823 --> 00:30:30,065 Normally in a case like that where people turn up missing 536 00:30:30,158 --> 00:30:34,402 and then we find a vehicle, um, they locate something. 537 00:30:34,496 --> 00:30:37,989 And there were no effective trails that led us one direction or another 538 00:30:38,083 --> 00:30:39,949 and even when they used their dogs out there. 539 00:30:40,043 --> 00:30:43,036 After two days of searching, a small army of law officers 540 00:30:43,129 --> 00:30:45,086 are setting up camp alongside a desert highway. 541 00:30:45,173 --> 00:30:46,835 People that are on the ground tell you that, 542 00:30:46,925 --> 00:30:49,759 "Hey, the one gal has a bright yellow shirt or something." 543 00:30:49,845 --> 00:30:52,588 So that's something that you're gonna try to key on as looking down. 544 00:30:53,932 --> 00:30:56,140 And you just go back and forth, 545 00:30:56,226 --> 00:30:57,717 kind of like mowing the yard. 546 00:31:02,399 --> 00:31:04,140 It looks very flat from the air, 547 00:31:04,234 --> 00:31:06,851 but when you get down on the ground and you start walking around 548 00:31:06,945 --> 00:31:12,361 even the smallest bit of terrain, there is a lot of... lot of places they could be. 549 00:31:12,450 --> 00:31:14,692 Now anyone with any information about this case 550 00:31:14,786 --> 00:31:16,368 is asked to call a special tip line... 551 00:31:17,539 --> 00:31:19,576 If you'd have asked me at the front end, "Are we going 552 00:31:19,666 --> 00:31:22,158 to find these kids," I would have said, "Yeah. Oh, yeah, we'll find them." 553 00:31:22,252 --> 00:31:24,869 Three things to look for. Three shirts. 554 00:31:24,963 --> 00:31:27,250 I don't want to be morbid, but three bodies. 555 00:31:27,340 --> 00:31:30,003 I mean, there's-there's more... there's more to search for. 556 00:31:30,969 --> 00:31:32,335 We just found nothing. 557 00:31:33,763 --> 00:31:36,380 So if you were to speculate, what do you think happened to them? 558 00:31:36,474 --> 00:31:38,682 Maybe if I wasn't on camera or something, 559 00:31:38,768 --> 00:31:41,260 I think maybe I could give you some opinions, 560 00:31:41,354 --> 00:31:43,220 but, um, it's hard to speculate. 561 00:31:45,108 --> 00:31:47,976 Okay, so what do you think happened? 562 00:31:48,069 --> 00:31:50,982 There's potentially some sort of relationship issue. 563 00:31:51,072 --> 00:31:53,530 One boy likes the girl, and the girl likes the other boy, 564 00:31:53,617 --> 00:31:56,655 and the two boys find out about the issue. 565 00:31:56,745 --> 00:31:58,907 Maybe somebody came along and picked them up 566 00:31:58,997 --> 00:32:02,035 and could have taken them somewhere, but they should have surfaced. 567 00:32:02,125 --> 00:32:03,582 Foul play is possible, 568 00:32:03,668 --> 00:32:05,705 but it's very tough if only one person did it. 569 00:32:05,795 --> 00:32:08,754 It's very difficult to hold three people, you know, together. 570 00:32:08,840 --> 00:32:11,207 It could just be someone out there that's running some dope. 571 00:32:11,301 --> 00:32:13,293 They were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. 572 00:32:13,386 --> 00:32:15,799 Wrong place wrong time. Stumble upon something that was five miles 573 00:32:15,889 --> 00:32:17,676 from where they were, where the vehicle was located, 574 00:32:17,766 --> 00:32:19,132 and they were driven to that loca... 575 00:32:20,477 --> 00:32:23,845 Like I said, we didn't find anything, so who knows what happened? 576 00:32:23,939 --> 00:32:25,396 Hard to speculate. 577 00:32:30,528 --> 00:32:32,736 How did you meet Josh? 578 00:32:32,822 --> 00:32:35,439 I feel weird talking about this, 'cause I know he's gonna watch it later. 579 00:32:35,533 --> 00:32:38,651 We met, uh... we met in church actually. 580 00:32:38,745 --> 00:32:40,281 - Really? - Yeah. 581 00:32:40,372 --> 00:32:44,787 Everybody called Josh, "Ginger," and they were making fun of him, 582 00:32:44,876 --> 00:32:46,833 like, calling him "Ginger" because of his red hair, 583 00:32:46,920 --> 00:32:50,129 but when I was little, I didn't know "Ginger" was a name for redheads. 584 00:32:50,215 --> 00:32:54,004 I just thought it was a nickname, like, specifically for Josh. 585 00:32:54,094 --> 00:32:58,008 So I just thought the coolest kid at Sunday school... everybody knew who he was, 586 00:32:58,098 --> 00:32:59,839 so I went out of my way to hang out with him. 587 00:32:59,933 --> 00:33:02,550 That's when we started becoming friends. 588 00:33:02,644 --> 00:33:03,976 Oh, nice. 589 00:33:05,981 --> 00:33:08,314 I just got some B-roll, but I got some really cool cactuses... 590 00:33:08,400 --> 00:33:10,733 Were you guys filming me while I was asleep? 591 00:33:10,819 --> 00:33:12,481 - No. - No. Never. 592 00:33:12,570 --> 00:33:14,937 Okay, a little bit. 593 00:33:15,031 --> 00:33:17,193 - Can you put your seatbelt back on? - Yeah. 594 00:33:19,744 --> 00:33:22,077 - Yeah. - Literally nothing out here. 595 00:33:25,583 --> 00:33:26,994 Hello! 596 00:33:28,878 --> 00:33:31,120 You're gonna get your head taken off by one of those. 597 00:33:34,217 --> 00:33:36,675 - I wanna live here. - You wanna live here? 598 00:33:36,761 --> 00:33:39,219 Yeah. Maybe. 599 00:33:39,305 --> 00:33:40,967 Whoa, whoa, watch out! 600 00:33:41,057 --> 00:33:43,970 - God! - Sorry, guys. My bad. 601 00:33:44,060 --> 00:33:46,097 - Whoa, check that out. - What? What is it? 602 00:33:46,187 --> 00:33:49,225 Dead animal. A coyote? 603 00:33:49,315 --> 00:33:51,477 - Is it two? - Yeah. 604 00:33:51,568 --> 00:33:53,400 - Yeah, it is. - Hold on, this camera sucks. 605 00:33:56,781 --> 00:33:58,522 - So that's it? - That's it. 606 00:33:58,616 --> 00:34:01,359 That's the last he shot. 607 00:34:01,453 --> 00:34:03,820 Hang on. So Josh went all the way out there 608 00:34:03,913 --> 00:34:05,870 and then just didn't shoot anything past the road? 609 00:34:05,957 --> 00:34:07,368 Doesn't that seem weird to you? 610 00:34:11,254 --> 00:34:13,337 I always thought it was a little odd. 611 00:34:13,423 --> 00:34:15,005 Why? Why odd? 612 00:34:15,091 --> 00:34:16,798 Well, your brother... 613 00:34:16,885 --> 00:34:20,549 He seemed to have that camera glued to his face all the time. 614 00:34:20,638 --> 00:34:23,096 It-It just didn't make any sense to leave it behind. 615 00:34:25,477 --> 00:34:27,764 So do you think maybe they had a second camera? 616 00:34:27,854 --> 00:34:29,095 Like, is that a possibility? 617 00:34:29,189 --> 00:34:30,680 I thought about that. 618 00:34:30,774 --> 00:34:33,391 I-I still think your brother would have had that with him. 619 00:34:33,485 --> 00:34:35,272 I know Ashley had access 620 00:34:35,361 --> 00:34:37,728 to those camera equipment and could check out, 621 00:34:37,822 --> 00:34:42,157 but I don't remember anything being unaccounted for at the time. 622 00:34:42,243 --> 00:34:44,860 We... we ran that thread out as far as we could, 623 00:34:44,954 --> 00:34:48,159 and we just couldn't take it, and law enforcement couldn't take it anywhere either. 624 00:34:52,420 --> 00:34:54,958 So that's what the kids would have been using back in '97, right? 625 00:34:55,048 --> 00:34:57,131 It's a little before my time, 626 00:34:57,217 --> 00:35:00,210 but yeah, probably. 627 00:35:00,303 --> 00:35:02,465 Do you still have any of those old cameras laying around? 628 00:35:03,139 --> 00:35:04,220 Yeah. 629 00:35:08,019 --> 00:35:10,432 I'm Ashley Foster, CPTV. 630 00:35:10,522 --> 00:35:12,935 Just want to say hello to all the new freshmen in the building. 631 00:35:13,024 --> 00:35:14,265 Where did you get this? 632 00:35:14,359 --> 00:35:16,521 This was found in Mark Abrams' Jeep 633 00:35:16,611 --> 00:35:19,570 after he went missing with Ashley and with my brother. 634 00:35:19,656 --> 00:35:22,069 We think Josh had a second camera with him on the trip. 635 00:35:22,158 --> 00:35:24,901 If he did have one, it most likely came from the school, 636 00:35:24,994 --> 00:35:27,657 so I was wondering if you thought Ashley could have checked one out from here, 637 00:35:27,747 --> 00:35:29,659 like, maybe she used a different name? 638 00:35:29,749 --> 00:35:33,368 It's possible, but like I said, it was before I started. 639 00:35:33,461 --> 00:35:35,919 Would there have been, like, a logbook or records of that? 640 00:35:36,005 --> 00:35:37,917 - Like, stuff that might have been... - It's been 20 years. 641 00:35:39,384 --> 00:35:41,546 I'm so sorry I can't be of more help to you. 642 00:35:44,305 --> 00:35:47,594 Even if they had a second camera, it just... it went missing with them. 643 00:35:51,521 --> 00:35:53,183 Just another dead end, you know? 644 00:35:56,442 --> 00:35:58,024 And new developments tonight. 645 00:35:58,111 --> 00:36:01,320 Rescuers were forced to call off their search for three missing teens, 646 00:36:01,406 --> 00:36:04,490 saying there was "no new credible evidence or clues 647 00:36:04,576 --> 00:36:06,238 to guide the search." 648 00:36:06,327 --> 00:36:07,863 It's like they've been written off. 649 00:36:07,954 --> 00:36:11,822 They've been... my son and his friends have been abandoned by the police department. 650 00:36:11,916 --> 00:36:13,407 All the efforts by law enforcement 651 00:36:13,501 --> 00:36:15,288 to develop some evidence as to what happened, 652 00:36:15,378 --> 00:36:18,291 they were pretty... well, they were negative. 653 00:36:18,381 --> 00:36:20,623 They could never go anywhere with the case. 654 00:36:21,676 --> 00:36:24,589 I think if they had kids, they'd want somebody looking for their kid. 655 00:36:34,439 --> 00:36:36,055 Dear Ashley, 656 00:36:37,775 --> 00:36:39,767 I know that you're alive... 657 00:36:39,861 --> 00:36:42,899 and that you can hear my voice right now. 658 00:36:44,741 --> 00:36:48,860 You can't imagine how much your father and I miss you... and love you. 659 00:36:51,289 --> 00:36:53,281 Every night, I have a dream 660 00:36:53,374 --> 00:36:56,708 that I come downstairs and you're sitting at the table 661 00:36:56,794 --> 00:36:58,205 like you were never even gone. 662 00:36:59,756 --> 00:37:01,793 I know this means something. 663 00:37:01,883 --> 00:37:06,298 I know it means that you... are still alive. 664 00:37:08,181 --> 00:37:11,049 Your father and I will never give up hope. 665 00:37:11,142 --> 00:37:14,226 I love you, Ashley. Please come home. 666 00:37:20,902 --> 00:37:22,393 I wanted a funeral... 667 00:37:24,447 --> 00:37:26,939 but Jack wouldn't have it. 668 00:37:27,033 --> 00:37:29,195 So, here we are. 669 00:37:31,663 --> 00:37:33,279 The bench was a compromise? 670 00:37:33,373 --> 00:37:35,365 Yep. That's what marriage is about. 671 00:37:53,893 --> 00:37:56,351 It's... uh... Sophie, I don't... 672 00:37:56,437 --> 00:37:58,053 I don't think your brother's alive. 673 00:37:58,147 --> 00:38:00,480 I-I... I don't think... I don't think he is. 674 00:38:00,566 --> 00:38:01,977 I think something would have developed. 675 00:38:06,239 --> 00:38:07,650 Jay, get in here. 676 00:38:10,285 --> 00:38:11,901 - What's up? - Have you seen this? 677 00:38:15,540 --> 00:38:18,624 If you'd been here ten years ago and standing out here and looking up there 678 00:38:18,710 --> 00:38:20,918 at the lights and the view, um, 679 00:38:21,004 --> 00:38:22,916 you would have been astounded. You would have been amazed. 680 00:38:23,006 --> 00:38:26,170 - Is that the governor? - Yeah. 681 00:38:26,259 --> 00:38:28,501 Twenty years ago, he said the lights were a joke. 682 00:38:28,594 --> 00:38:31,382 He had a whole press conference making fun of them. 683 00:38:31,472 --> 00:38:33,384 And now he's saying he saw the lights that night. 684 00:38:33,474 --> 00:38:34,840 I got four of 'em. 685 00:38:34,934 --> 00:38:36,926 He's basically admitting he lied. 686 00:38:37,020 --> 00:38:39,683 The former governor, a Vietnam Air Force veteran, 687 00:38:39,772 --> 00:38:43,311 had never publicly acknowledged seeing it until now. 688 00:38:43,401 --> 00:38:45,267 And I suspect that... 689 00:38:45,361 --> 00:38:48,399 unless the Defense Department proves this otherwise, 690 00:38:48,489 --> 00:38:51,948 that it was probably some form of an alien spacecraft. 691 00:38:52,035 --> 00:38:55,870 And I think as a public figure, you have to be very careful about what you say, 692 00:38:55,955 --> 00:39:00,199 because people can have pretty emotional reactions. 693 00:39:12,221 --> 00:39:13,337 Is that him? 694 00:39:18,394 --> 00:39:20,181 Okay, follow me and just keep rolling. 695 00:39:26,319 --> 00:39:27,309 Excuse me, Mr. Garland? 696 00:39:28,654 --> 00:39:30,270 Hi, I'm Sophie Bishop. We spoke on the phone. 697 00:39:30,365 --> 00:39:32,027 I'm sorry, I can't help you. 698 00:39:32,116 --> 00:39:34,073 Right, I just have a couple questions. 699 00:39:34,160 --> 00:39:37,244 You worked for the governor from 1992 until he resigned in '97, is that right? 700 00:39:37,330 --> 00:39:39,447 Sophie, I don't know anything about your brother. 701 00:39:39,540 --> 00:39:40,906 Okay, what about the Phoenix Lights? 702 00:39:41,000 --> 00:39:43,242 On March 15th, 1997, you went on TV, 703 00:39:43,336 --> 00:39:45,328 and you said that they were military flares. 704 00:39:45,421 --> 00:39:48,334 Did you see the Governor on CNN saying that was a lie? 705 00:39:48,424 --> 00:39:49,790 You were his press secretary at the time. 706 00:39:49,884 --> 00:39:51,546 Listen, I really am very sorry about your brother. 707 00:39:51,636 --> 00:39:53,298 We were just trying not to create a panic. 708 00:39:53,388 --> 00:39:54,924 Who told you to lie? 709 00:39:58,768 --> 00:40:00,680 I mean, what if Josh was on to something? 710 00:40:02,313 --> 00:40:04,896 We always assumed he got lost or kidnapped or... 711 00:40:07,110 --> 00:40:09,227 murdered but what if... 712 00:40:10,571 --> 00:40:12,358 What if he got abducted by aliens? 713 00:40:16,202 --> 00:40:18,114 Jesus, I sound like him, don't I? 714 00:40:20,540 --> 00:40:22,873 So... now what? 715 00:40:25,711 --> 00:40:26,792 I don't know. 716 00:40:30,508 --> 00:40:32,249 I don't know what we're doing here anymore. 717 00:40:40,351 --> 00:40:41,637 Can't believe you're leaving. 718 00:40:41,727 --> 00:40:43,013 It feels like you just got here. 719 00:40:45,064 --> 00:40:46,851 Can I ask you one more question? 720 00:40:50,027 --> 00:40:52,235 Why did you and Dad decide to call it quits? 721 00:40:53,906 --> 00:40:55,863 Sweetheart, everyone's divorced now. 722 00:40:55,950 --> 00:40:58,067 I want to know. Was it Josh's disappearance 723 00:40:58,161 --> 00:41:01,199 or would you guys have split up anyway? 724 00:41:17,346 --> 00:41:20,339 Hello! 725 00:41:20,433 --> 00:41:22,641 You're going to get your head taken off by one of those. 726 00:41:22,727 --> 00:41:24,263 I want to live here. 727 00:41:24,353 --> 00:41:27,221 - You want to live here? - Yeah. Maybe. 728 00:41:28,816 --> 00:41:30,432 Josh, you want to stop here? 729 00:41:47,126 --> 00:41:48,867 - Well, how is she? - She's good. 730 00:41:48,961 --> 00:41:51,624 Just getting ready for the big move, you know. 731 00:41:51,714 --> 00:41:55,753 Well, please tell her, you know, if she needs any help or anything, she should call me. 732 00:41:59,096 --> 00:42:00,803 Somebody knows what happened. 733 00:42:02,767 --> 00:42:04,554 Mark didn't just wander off into the desert. 734 00:42:04,644 --> 00:42:06,010 He didn't get lost. 735 00:42:06,103 --> 00:42:07,844 That never made sense to me. 736 00:42:13,110 --> 00:42:15,102 If Josh hadn't gone missing... 737 00:42:15,196 --> 00:42:17,028 do you think you and Mom would still be together? 738 00:42:17,823 --> 00:42:18,813 Yeah. 739 00:42:20,117 --> 00:42:21,483 What'd she say? 740 00:42:21,577 --> 00:42:23,694 Sweetheart, what happened was your brother went missing. 741 00:42:24,664 --> 00:42:25,905 Completely missing. 742 00:42:26,832 --> 00:42:28,573 And it took over our lives. 743 00:42:29,585 --> 00:42:31,622 ...resources to make sure these teenagers are found. 744 00:42:38,344 --> 00:42:40,802 If that's true, then what was it, 745 00:42:40,888 --> 00:42:42,550 you know? I don't know. 746 00:42:42,640 --> 00:42:45,007 Is Josh dead? Is he alive? 747 00:42:45,935 --> 00:42:47,221 Was he suffering? 748 00:42:47,311 --> 00:42:51,851 Our relationship became about all those questions, 749 00:42:51,941 --> 00:42:53,523 and your father, he couldn't do it anymore 750 00:42:53,609 --> 00:42:55,646 and still be the man that I fell in love with, 751 00:42:55,736 --> 00:42:57,944 and I couldn't do it anymore and still be his wife. 752 00:43:02,868 --> 00:43:05,861 Everybody keeps criticizing me for, you know, not dealing with it. 753 00:43:05,955 --> 00:43:08,163 I was the only one who was still out there 754 00:43:08,249 --> 00:43:10,081 trying to figure out what happened to your brother. 755 00:43:13,713 --> 00:43:16,456 Do you think there's ever going to be a point where you can let it go, Dad? 756 00:43:20,261 --> 00:43:22,173 I mean, show... show me his body. 757 00:43:30,021 --> 00:43:31,978 - Good to see you. - Love you. 758 00:43:32,064 --> 00:43:34,397 - I love you, too. - Okay. 759 00:43:34,483 --> 00:43:36,770 All right. Do me a favor: When you get home, give me a call, okay? 760 00:43:36,861 --> 00:43:38,318 - Okay. - Let me know you got in okay. 761 00:43:38,404 --> 00:43:39,611 - Yeah. - Okay. 762 00:43:39,697 --> 00:43:42,030 - We're going to see you Christmas? - Yeah, I'll see you Christmas. 763 00:43:42,116 --> 00:43:43,323 - Okay. - Okay. 764 00:43:43,409 --> 00:43:44,570 - All right. - Love you. 765 00:43:44,660 --> 00:43:45,901 I love you. 766 00:43:45,995 --> 00:43:47,327 - Bye, Dad. - Bye. 767 00:44:05,222 --> 00:44:07,589 Hi, Sophie, this is Luisa. Luisa Moreno. 768 00:44:07,683 --> 00:44:10,346 We spoke several months ago at Canyon Park High. 769 00:44:10,436 --> 00:44:14,305 Um... just call me back when you can. 770 00:44:15,441 --> 00:44:16,852 Hi. 771 00:44:18,903 --> 00:44:20,860 - Thank you so much for meeting me. - Yeah. 772 00:44:22,573 --> 00:44:23,984 Did you have a hard time finding the place? 773 00:44:24,075 --> 00:44:25,691 - No, no, not at all. - Great. 774 00:44:26,827 --> 00:44:30,036 This place has been on the books since the late '70s. 775 00:44:30,122 --> 00:44:33,160 Pretty much anything old or outdated gets thrown in here. 776 00:44:33,250 --> 00:44:35,458 I was throwing away some garbage over the weekend 777 00:44:35,544 --> 00:44:38,287 and just saw it sitting in the drawer. 778 00:44:38,381 --> 00:44:40,464 Somebody must have thrown it in here and forgotten about it. 779 00:45:09,912 --> 00:45:12,029 - Can I take this? - Oh, it's yours. 780 00:45:23,801 --> 00:45:26,043 I know you're excited about this, but... 781 00:45:28,097 --> 00:45:30,305 I just don't want you to get your hopes up, you know? 782 00:45:30,391 --> 00:45:31,381 Yeah, I know. 783 00:45:35,730 --> 00:45:36,846 Is that a tape? 784 00:45:37,898 --> 00:45:39,309 - Be careful. - I know. 785 00:45:41,444 --> 00:45:42,901 Okay. 786 00:45:42,987 --> 00:45:45,195 - That's Ashley's handwriting. - Really? 787 00:45:55,499 --> 00:45:57,035 Holy shit. 788 00:46:02,339 --> 00:46:03,671 Hit play. 789 00:46:06,385 --> 00:46:08,047 I'm going to let you do this. 790 00:46:08,137 --> 00:46:09,423 All right, you ready? 791 00:46:10,347 --> 00:46:11,508 Ready. 792 00:46:24,487 --> 00:46:27,355 Soph? Sophie? 793 00:47:11,367 --> 00:47:12,232 Hi. 794 00:47:13,619 --> 00:47:15,861 Sophie Bishop. I have an appointment with Captain Groves. 795 00:47:15,955 --> 00:47:17,196 IDs please. 796 00:47:34,139 --> 00:47:36,051 Just pull over to the side, ma'am. 797 00:47:36,141 --> 00:47:37,632 I need you to wait right over there. 798 00:47:37,726 --> 00:47:39,888 Okay. Is there a problem? We should have an appointment. 799 00:47:39,979 --> 00:47:41,641 Yes ma'am. I need you to wait right over there. 800 00:47:41,730 --> 00:47:43,016 Okay. 801 00:47:49,488 --> 00:47:50,979 What's it been, like an hour? 802 00:48:01,250 --> 00:48:03,082 That's him. 803 00:48:03,168 --> 00:48:07,128 Okay, uh, just stay here, keep it low. 804 00:48:09,675 --> 00:48:11,211 - Miss Bishop? - Hi. 805 00:48:11,635 --> 00:48:12,716 Hi there. 806 00:48:18,267 --> 00:48:20,475 So we can do the interview out here or in your office, 807 00:48:20,561 --> 00:48:22,018 whichever you prefer. 808 00:48:22,104 --> 00:48:23,345 It's not gonna happen. 809 00:48:28,027 --> 00:48:31,520 Okay, but... when we spoke on the phone, you said that it was fine, 810 00:48:31,614 --> 00:48:34,903 so I guess I'm just wondering what happened that made you change your mind. 811 00:48:34,992 --> 00:48:36,574 I understand. 812 00:48:39,288 --> 00:48:40,824 Did you watch the footage? 813 00:48:51,926 --> 00:48:53,042 Drive safe. 814 00:49:07,191 --> 00:49:08,398 You okay? 815 00:49:08,484 --> 00:49:10,771 Yeah, I just honestly wasn't expecting that. 816 00:49:10,861 --> 00:49:13,274 What did he say? 817 00:49:13,364 --> 00:49:15,572 He said, "Don't let that footage get out." 818 00:49:18,744 --> 00:49:20,201 What do you want to do? 819 00:49:24,500 --> 00:49:25,911 What do you think Josh would do? 820 00:49:35,511 --> 00:49:36,843 This is gonna be rad. 821 00:49:38,973 --> 00:49:40,214 Dude. 822 00:49:41,266 --> 00:49:43,474 - Yeah. - Look at its eye. 823 00:49:43,560 --> 00:49:45,347 - Yeah. - This camera is amazing. 824 00:49:45,437 --> 00:49:47,645 - Yo, don't get too close. - It smells burnt. 825 00:49:47,731 --> 00:49:49,814 It's like males competing for females. 826 00:49:51,694 --> 00:49:53,060 They have the same burns. 827 00:49:53,153 --> 00:49:54,940 Countless stories when UFOs have been sighted about, 828 00:49:55,030 --> 00:49:56,862 like, animal experimentation. 829 00:49:56,949 --> 00:49:58,736 Uh-huh. Yeah, yeah. 830 00:49:58,826 --> 00:50:00,613 They just got cooked by the sun. 831 00:50:02,371 --> 00:50:04,738 - Woo! - Oh shit. 832 00:50:08,544 --> 00:50:09,955 This way. 833 00:50:15,634 --> 00:50:19,803 - Obviously I'm joking. - You just said you look like older Leo. 834 00:50:19,888 --> 00:50:22,050 People told me that when Romeo and Juliet came out. 835 00:50:23,267 --> 00:50:24,383 What, they said that you... 836 00:50:24,476 --> 00:50:27,093 That literally made me more popular in school. 837 00:50:27,187 --> 00:50:28,803 What are you guys talking about? 838 00:50:28,897 --> 00:50:31,310 - What? - What are you guys talking about? 839 00:50:31,400 --> 00:50:33,062 You. 840 00:50:35,029 --> 00:50:37,362 Just at the top of that ridge. 841 00:50:37,448 --> 00:50:39,781 We wouldn't be able to see anything from down here. 842 00:50:39,867 --> 00:50:41,824 Not like we're gonna see anything up there, either. 843 00:50:41,910 --> 00:50:44,744 Don't be that guy. 844 00:50:45,622 --> 00:50:47,659 We don't need that guy. 845 00:50:47,750 --> 00:50:49,491 You remember where we parked the car, right? 846 00:50:49,585 --> 00:50:52,749 Uh... yeah. It's... that a-way. 847 00:50:54,048 --> 00:50:55,414 - Ooh, Josh. - Oh shit. 848 00:50:56,550 --> 00:50:57,631 Come look at this. 849 00:50:58,552 --> 00:50:59,884 - What do you got? - Whoa. 850 00:51:00,929 --> 00:51:01,885 Petroglyphs. 851 00:51:02,598 --> 00:51:03,509 Oh! 852 00:51:03,599 --> 00:51:05,306 Guess this means we're on the right track. 853 00:51:06,518 --> 00:51:08,384 Wow. Ancient graffiti. 854 00:51:13,567 --> 00:51:16,025 Now what you see below me are Native American petroglyphs. 855 00:51:16,111 --> 00:51:18,774 They were probably put here hundreds of years ago 856 00:51:18,864 --> 00:51:21,322 by the Apache. They were native to these lands, 857 00:51:21,408 --> 00:51:23,946 very adept at living in these mountainous regions. 858 00:51:24,036 --> 00:51:25,618 Uh... 859 00:51:25,704 --> 00:51:28,071 the spiral shape that you see below us... 860 00:51:28,165 --> 00:51:30,407 historians aren't quite sure what it could have represented. 861 00:51:30,501 --> 00:51:32,584 It could have represented ripples in water, 862 00:51:32,669 --> 00:51:34,285 things that they saw in the sky. 863 00:51:35,672 --> 00:51:39,336 And... that's pretty much it. Petroglyphs. 864 00:51:41,970 --> 00:51:43,256 Please be careful. 865 00:51:50,145 --> 00:51:51,602 - You get that? - Yeah. 866 00:51:51,688 --> 00:51:53,179 - It look steep? - Yeah. 867 00:51:55,442 --> 00:51:56,683 You guys are idiots. 868 00:52:02,533 --> 00:52:04,695 Ah, I should not have smoked that cigarette. 869 00:52:10,666 --> 00:52:11,782 Whoa. 870 00:52:15,379 --> 00:52:17,837 How far do you want us to go, Josh? 871 00:52:17,923 --> 00:52:19,459 Just keep going. 872 00:52:42,447 --> 00:52:45,406 I'm wheezing. I'm out of breath. 873 00:52:50,289 --> 00:52:51,575 Whoa. 874 00:53:01,508 --> 00:53:02,715 - You rolling? - Yeah. 875 00:53:02,801 --> 00:53:04,713 Check this out. Oh, shit. 876 00:53:07,639 --> 00:53:08,971 Where'd you get those? 877 00:53:09,057 --> 00:53:10,298 Ask Diane Sawyer over there. 878 00:53:10,392 --> 00:53:12,133 I got it from a guy at the gas station. 879 00:53:12,227 --> 00:53:14,435 Here. He had a crush on you or something. 880 00:53:14,521 --> 00:53:15,887 I just used my eyes. 881 00:53:17,524 --> 00:53:19,937 - Yeah. Dude, no, no. Do not film this. - We have two more in here. 882 00:53:35,334 --> 00:53:36,916 Is Josh filming this? 883 00:53:37,002 --> 00:53:38,664 Whoa. 884 00:53:38,754 --> 00:53:42,043 Will you please be as careful as possible with that on a cliff edge. 885 00:53:42,132 --> 00:53:44,044 Sorry. 886 00:53:44,134 --> 00:53:46,467 - Where's Mark? - He's taking a leak. 887 00:53:46,553 --> 00:53:48,340 Oh, you didn't want to go with him? 888 00:53:48,430 --> 00:53:49,841 Shut up. 889 00:53:52,768 --> 00:53:54,930 - What are you doing? - It's my turn to interview you. 890 00:53:55,020 --> 00:53:56,136 - This is... - See how you like it. 891 00:53:56,230 --> 00:53:57,687 It's not a Hitchcock movie, you know. 892 00:53:57,773 --> 00:53:59,389 The director isn't in this one. 893 00:54:01,068 --> 00:54:02,730 You guys playing Truth or Dare up here? 894 00:54:03,987 --> 00:54:05,603 - Want to play Truth or Dare? - Yeah. 895 00:54:05,697 --> 00:54:07,529 - You go first. - You actually want to play? 896 00:54:08,075 --> 00:54:09,361 - Yeah, why not? - Come on. 897 00:54:10,118 --> 00:54:12,155 - I've got a couple beers in me. - Uh... dare. 898 00:54:13,330 --> 00:54:16,198 Okay. I dare you to tell the truth. 899 00:54:17,918 --> 00:54:19,750 That is not how you play the game. 900 00:54:19,836 --> 00:54:21,873 - It's fair enough. - That is how I play the game. 901 00:54:21,964 --> 00:54:24,456 What's. uh... what's the deal with you and Debbie Gomez? 902 00:54:27,344 --> 00:54:28,926 De-Debbie Gomez? 903 00:54:30,806 --> 00:54:31,842 Why? 904 00:54:33,267 --> 00:54:35,179 Well, the old rumor mill's been, you know... 905 00:54:36,228 --> 00:54:38,470 We hang out sometimes. Like, I don't... 906 00:54:38,563 --> 00:54:41,021 You guys play tennis or go golfing? 907 00:54:41,108 --> 00:54:43,475 Why are you being a dick, dude? Like, we hang out. 908 00:54:43,568 --> 00:54:45,480 - Like, it's not... - Why didn't you invite her here? 909 00:54:46,655 --> 00:54:48,317 I don't know. I didn't want to make it weird. 910 00:54:48,407 --> 00:54:49,739 What do you mean, "make it weird"? 911 00:54:49,825 --> 00:54:50,815 Why would that be weird? 912 00:54:50,909 --> 00:54:52,571 I didn't want to make it like a double date. 913 00:54:52,661 --> 00:54:54,277 - Wait, now that's weird. - Oh, come on, man. 914 00:54:55,622 --> 00:54:57,864 All right, we cannot stay here forever. 915 00:54:57,958 --> 00:54:59,745 We need to go as soon as the sun dips down. 916 00:54:59,835 --> 00:55:01,792 Just hold on and enjoy it for a second, please. 917 00:55:04,881 --> 00:55:07,043 I just want to get this. It's gorgeous. 918 00:55:12,597 --> 00:55:14,509 - Josh. - What? 919 00:55:15,017 --> 00:55:16,633 - What is that? - What? 920 00:55:16,727 --> 00:55:18,184 - What? - That. 921 00:55:20,147 --> 00:55:21,683 No, no, what is that? 922 00:55:23,900 --> 00:55:25,232 - Ashley. - Whoa, what? 923 00:55:26,903 --> 00:55:30,396 - Wait, Mark, isn't that... what? - It's just kind of sitting there. 924 00:55:30,490 --> 00:55:32,356 Wait, isn't the Luke Air Force Base over there? 925 00:55:32,451 --> 00:55:33,783 - Yeah. - Maybe. 926 00:55:33,869 --> 00:55:35,656 Probably just something from the Air Force Base. 927 00:55:37,205 --> 00:55:39,197 - Maybe a helicopter. - You're the one looking for UFOs. 928 00:55:39,291 --> 00:55:41,624 - No, that's not a helicopter. - I'm just pointing it out. 929 00:55:41,710 --> 00:55:43,167 We'd hear it if it was a helicopter. 930 00:55:43,253 --> 00:55:44,243 Hold on. 931 00:55:47,174 --> 00:55:49,257 - Wait. Okay, you guys. - Think it's a fighter jet? 932 00:55:49,343 --> 00:55:51,801 - No, that's not a fighter jet. - Don't get ahead of yourself. 933 00:55:51,887 --> 00:55:52,923 It's just a light. 934 00:55:53,013 --> 00:55:54,504 It's not. You'd hear it, you'd hear it. 935 00:55:56,767 --> 00:55:58,429 What? Oh, my God. 936 00:55:58,518 --> 00:56:00,680 Okay. Okay. 937 00:56:00,771 --> 00:56:02,182 Whoa! 938 00:56:03,774 --> 00:56:05,481 - Holy shit! - What! 939 00:56:06,401 --> 00:56:07,733 Josh, did you get that? 940 00:56:08,403 --> 00:56:09,484 Hold on. 941 00:56:10,155 --> 00:56:11,396 Oh... 942 00:56:13,033 --> 00:56:14,899 - What was that? - I don't... 943 00:56:14,993 --> 00:56:16,655 - wait, tell me you got that on camera. - Yes! 944 00:56:16,745 --> 00:56:17,735 Can you play that back? 945 00:56:20,457 --> 00:56:22,414 - Oh, my God! Josh. - Guys, stop, stop, stop. 946 00:56:22,501 --> 00:56:25,160 - Wait, Josh, seriously though. - This is the greatest day of my life. 947 00:56:25,253 --> 00:56:26,960 Oh, my... did you know that was gonna happen? 948 00:56:27,047 --> 00:56:28,037 Here, give me that back. 949 00:56:28,131 --> 00:56:29,622 Did you know that was gonna happen? 950 00:56:29,716 --> 00:56:31,082 Is Luke Air Force Base that way? 951 00:56:32,219 --> 00:56:34,256 Luke Air Force Base is that way, but that's not Air Force. 952 00:56:34,346 --> 00:56:36,087 - How do you know? - You don't know that. 953 00:56:36,181 --> 00:56:38,013 Because it's not 2150. 954 00:56:40,727 --> 00:56:41,717 Come back. 955 00:56:41,812 --> 00:56:43,348 - All right, man. - Twenty minutes. 956 00:56:43,438 --> 00:56:45,020 Get like a last pan or whatever. Let's go. 957 00:56:45,107 --> 00:56:46,518 Dude, come on. I'm happy for you, let's go. 958 00:56:46,608 --> 00:56:48,600 - Just ten more minutes? - You've done that twice. 959 00:56:48,693 --> 00:56:50,104 Do you know how hard it's gonna be 960 00:56:50,195 --> 00:56:51,527 to walk through this canyon in the dark? 961 00:56:51,613 --> 00:56:53,070 I don't see what the problem is, okay? 962 00:56:53,156 --> 00:56:54,818 - You know the way back. - It's already dark. 963 00:56:56,284 --> 00:56:58,617 The problem is that it starts to get really dark and really cold, 964 00:56:58,703 --> 00:57:01,161 and she has a curfew, and I still have to drive. 965 00:57:01,248 --> 00:57:02,784 - Please. - Come on. 966 00:57:02,874 --> 00:57:03,910 Cut. We gotta go. 967 00:57:04,042 --> 00:57:05,123 All right, we're leaving. 968 00:57:06,294 --> 00:57:08,957 What if we get arrested by, like, the Air Force or something? 969 00:57:09,047 --> 00:57:11,209 That would actually be the scariest situation. 970 00:57:11,299 --> 00:57:14,967 Like our parents don't ever find out, like, what's going to happen to us. 971 00:57:15,053 --> 00:57:16,885 The Air Force just takes us away or something. 972 00:57:17,931 --> 00:57:19,297 That'd be so sad. 973 00:57:21,685 --> 00:57:24,052 My mom would think I was just in my room playing with the camera. 974 00:57:24,146 --> 00:57:25,603 They wouldn't notice? 975 00:57:25,689 --> 00:57:27,646 They wouldn't... like, it would take a couple years I think. 976 00:57:27,732 --> 00:57:29,189 My parents are noticing right now. 977 00:57:33,405 --> 00:57:34,612 Oh... 978 00:57:36,950 --> 00:57:38,987 You good? 979 00:57:39,077 --> 00:57:40,613 - Yeah. - Mark. 980 00:57:40,704 --> 00:57:41,945 - Mark! - Sorry. 981 00:57:44,833 --> 00:57:46,244 - Whoa. - Give it to me. 982 00:57:46,334 --> 00:57:48,166 Give me that. Give me the UFO. 983 00:57:48,920 --> 00:57:49,831 Ah! 984 00:57:51,006 --> 00:57:52,872 After tonight, you can be producer, 985 00:57:52,966 --> 00:57:54,423 assistant director. 986 00:57:56,219 --> 00:57:58,302 You know what? If you're lucky, we can talk "co." 987 00:57:58,388 --> 00:58:00,254 - We can what? - We can talk "co." 988 00:58:00,348 --> 00:58:01,680 - All right. - Co-director. 989 00:58:01,766 --> 00:58:03,803 He's three years older than me. 990 00:58:03,894 --> 00:58:05,556 His brother voted for Dole. 991 00:58:05,645 --> 00:58:07,011 - No, he didn't. - Bob Dole? Really? 992 00:58:07,105 --> 00:58:08,641 Yes, he did. Your brother's a moron. 993 00:58:08,732 --> 00:58:11,645 My brother's... are you kidding me? He's an... he's an engineering student. 994 00:58:13,445 --> 00:58:16,233 He's an engineering student. He's actually very smart. 995 00:58:18,617 --> 00:58:19,949 He's gonna be president one day. 996 00:58:27,792 --> 00:58:30,830 - Is this a dead end? - No, you gotta keep going through. 997 00:58:30,921 --> 00:58:32,332 Are you sure it's not a dead end? 998 00:58:32,422 --> 00:58:34,414 - I'm positive it's not a dead end. - All right. 999 00:58:34,508 --> 00:58:35,965 We walked through here in the daytime. 1000 00:58:36,051 --> 00:58:38,134 - Does it usually get this tight? - Yeah. 1001 00:58:41,556 --> 00:58:43,388 We're good. It goes on for a while. 1002 00:58:43,475 --> 00:58:44,716 I'm gonna be in so much trouble. 1003 00:58:44,809 --> 00:58:46,846 - You guys need help? - It's worth being in trouble. 1004 00:58:46,937 --> 00:58:48,303 Do you understand what we've seen today? 1005 00:58:48,396 --> 00:58:50,388 Yeah, but I can push it like an hour, but any longer, it's... 1006 00:58:50,482 --> 00:58:52,439 We would've noticed these on the way in for sure. 1007 00:58:52,526 --> 00:58:54,188 I don't remember these. 1008 00:58:54,277 --> 00:58:56,269 Yeah. I for sure would have noticed these. 1009 00:58:57,364 --> 00:58:58,400 Mark, are you sure we passed... 1010 00:59:00,283 --> 00:59:02,984 - Mark where are we going? - Hold on, I'll be super sure, hold on. 1011 00:59:07,624 --> 00:59:09,160 Are you sure we're going the right way? 1012 00:59:09,251 --> 00:59:10,116 Yes! 1013 00:59:11,920 --> 00:59:13,752 Why can't you just use the stars, man? 1014 00:59:15,257 --> 00:59:16,748 - Josh. - No, it's this way. 1015 00:59:18,635 --> 00:59:20,171 - Are you positive? - Yep. 1016 00:59:20,262 --> 00:59:21,218 All right. 1017 00:59:22,514 --> 00:59:24,176 - Do you guys not hear that? - What? 1018 00:59:29,187 --> 00:59:30,394 - What? - Josh, come on. 1019 00:59:31,273 --> 00:59:33,515 - Everything just looks like rocks. - I know where we are. 1020 00:59:33,608 --> 00:59:35,691 Yeah, but you keep going left then right, then left then right. 1021 00:59:35,777 --> 00:59:37,609 You keep complaining about us being late, so can we go? 1022 00:59:37,696 --> 00:59:39,153 I know exactly where we're going. 1023 00:59:39,239 --> 00:59:40,980 I mean, who else are we gonna listen to anyway? 1024 00:59:42,158 --> 00:59:43,694 Okay, let's go. What way? 1025 00:59:44,953 --> 00:59:46,785 Hold on. Just stop moving. Let me... 1026 00:59:48,039 --> 00:59:49,246 look first. 1027 00:59:56,756 --> 00:59:57,997 Well... 1028 01:00:00,135 --> 01:00:01,967 - I definitely heard that. - I just heard something. 1029 01:00:05,432 --> 01:00:06,968 Guys. Get down. 1030 01:00:08,143 --> 01:00:09,350 Get down. 1031 01:00:10,812 --> 01:00:12,144 Mark, get down. 1032 01:00:17,736 --> 01:00:19,523 - What is that? - It could be a train. 1033 01:00:21,364 --> 01:00:24,072 I-I... I didn't see any tracks out here. 1034 01:00:26,286 --> 01:00:28,323 Shh. Just listen. 1035 01:00:47,223 --> 01:00:48,213 Okay, we're almost back. 1036 01:00:48,308 --> 01:00:50,300 - Let's get the hell out of here. - Let's go. 1037 01:00:51,311 --> 01:00:53,974 - Everybody walk faster. - Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. It's okay. 1038 01:00:57,400 --> 01:00:59,687 - Ash, it's all right. - We need to get out of here now. 1039 01:00:59,778 --> 01:01:01,440 I know. Just calm down. 1040 01:01:04,074 --> 01:01:05,781 Josh... 1041 01:01:05,867 --> 01:01:07,199 do you recognize any of this? 1042 01:01:09,245 --> 01:01:10,611 - Give me the compass. - Do you want to try? 1043 01:01:10,705 --> 01:01:11,991 - Guys! - Yes! Give me the compass. 1044 01:01:12,082 --> 01:01:13,118 Get us home. 1045 01:01:13,208 --> 01:01:15,074 - Okay, I will. I will! - You do it. 1046 01:01:18,338 --> 01:01:21,422 Okay, so... we came from this way. 1047 01:01:24,135 --> 01:01:25,876 We got this way. 1048 01:01:25,970 --> 01:01:27,586 - It's definitely not this way. - Mark? 1049 01:01:28,973 --> 01:01:32,057 - Mark, where you going? - Just stay there. 1050 01:01:32,143 --> 01:01:34,726 - Mark, where you going? - I'm gonna find the car from up here! 1051 01:01:34,813 --> 01:01:37,055 You're not gonna see anything up there, it's pitch black. 1052 01:01:40,860 --> 01:01:42,772 Hey, Josh? Can you come look at this? 1053 01:01:44,072 --> 01:01:45,188 What? 1054 01:01:46,074 --> 01:01:47,610 It's just not working. 1055 01:01:47,701 --> 01:01:49,442 - Why would it do that? - I don't know. 1056 01:01:49,536 --> 01:01:51,823 Whoa! What is that? 1057 01:01:54,457 --> 01:01:56,414 Oh, my God. What is that? 1058 01:01:59,087 --> 01:02:00,623 - Josh, I don't like this. - Hold on, wait. 1059 01:02:00,714 --> 01:02:03,297 Just stay still. Where is it coming from? 1060 01:02:03,383 --> 01:02:04,544 I don't know. 1061 01:02:05,301 --> 01:02:06,462 - Oh! - Ashley. 1062 01:02:06,553 --> 01:02:07,964 Oh, my God. 1063 01:02:10,932 --> 01:02:12,013 Oh, my God. 1064 01:02:15,353 --> 01:02:16,434 Josh. 1065 01:02:21,317 --> 01:02:23,559 Ashley, run! Run! 1066 01:02:26,448 --> 01:02:27,529 Oh, my God! 1067 01:02:29,117 --> 01:02:31,074 - Get down! Get down! - Ow! 1068 01:02:31,870 --> 01:02:32,860 Run! 1069 01:02:43,631 --> 01:02:46,465 Jesus Christ! Whoa. 1070 01:02:46,551 --> 01:02:49,794 Holy shit. Oh, my God. 1071 01:02:51,848 --> 01:02:53,464 Oh, my God. 1072 01:02:59,355 --> 01:03:00,971 Josh? Josh? 1073 01:03:02,275 --> 01:03:03,891 - Are you okay? - Yeah, you? 1074 01:03:04,569 --> 01:03:05,480 Yeah. 1075 01:03:06,654 --> 01:03:07,986 Your hands are shaking. 1076 01:03:09,157 --> 01:03:10,443 I'm scared. 1077 01:03:10,533 --> 01:03:12,866 - What was that? - I don't know. 1078 01:03:16,456 --> 01:03:18,322 Oh, Mark! Are you all right? 1079 01:03:20,543 --> 01:03:22,079 Mark, tell me you saw that, man. 1080 01:03:23,004 --> 01:03:24,586 I saw the car. 1081 01:03:24,672 --> 01:03:26,208 - You saw the what? - I saw the car. It's close. 1082 01:03:26,299 --> 01:03:27,335 You saw the car? 1083 01:03:27,425 --> 01:03:29,132 - What are you talking about? - Come on. 1084 01:03:31,638 --> 01:03:33,470 - Mark, where are you going? - I don't know. 1085 01:03:33,556 --> 01:03:35,263 Can we just get the hell out of here, please? 1086 01:03:35,350 --> 01:03:36,886 - No, wait! - Mark! 1087 01:03:36,976 --> 01:03:38,387 - Mark! - Let's go! 1088 01:03:38,478 --> 01:03:39,764 Okay, Mark, slow down! 1089 01:03:39,854 --> 01:03:41,390 - Tell me you saw that, man. - Hey. 1090 01:03:41,481 --> 01:03:43,143 Can we just get the hell out of here, please? 1091 01:03:43,233 --> 01:03:44,940 I think we should have a group huddle first. 1092 01:03:45,026 --> 01:03:46,016 Mark, what was that? 1093 01:03:46,986 --> 01:03:48,022 Come on, man, what did you see? 1094 01:03:48,112 --> 01:03:49,944 Josh, I need you to stop talking until we find the car. 1095 01:03:50,031 --> 01:03:51,567 Okay. You're sure the car's over here? 1096 01:03:51,658 --> 01:03:53,194 Yes, I'm positive the car's over here. 1097 01:03:53,284 --> 01:03:55,901 Can we please talk about what we got on tape? 1098 01:03:55,995 --> 01:03:57,111 Oh yes! 1099 01:03:57,205 --> 01:03:58,867 - I told you. - The car! 1100 01:03:58,957 --> 01:04:00,573 Oh, oh! 1101 01:04:05,755 --> 01:04:06,996 Thank God. 1102 01:04:11,261 --> 01:04:13,344 We're not gonna see anything, Josh. 1103 01:04:15,974 --> 01:04:18,633 - Josh, get your ass in the car. - Ah, come on, what if they come back? 1104 01:04:18,726 --> 01:04:20,262 I swear to God I'll leave you. Let's go. 1105 01:04:20,353 --> 01:04:22,390 - Just five minutes, man. - Come on. Get in the car. 1106 01:04:25,775 --> 01:04:27,937 You really didn't see anything? 1107 01:04:28,027 --> 01:04:30,144 I thought I did. I thought I saw these, um... 1108 01:04:30,238 --> 01:04:33,731 - Like circles? - No, dumbass. Like rings. 1109 01:04:33,825 --> 01:04:35,407 And they were above me, and then they were gone. 1110 01:04:35,493 --> 01:04:36,904 Wait, rings like the petroglyphs? 1111 01:04:38,371 --> 01:04:39,703 Did you guys not see these? 1112 01:04:42,458 --> 01:04:45,075 All right, it was obviously in my head, all right? Let's just go. 1113 01:04:49,757 --> 01:04:52,090 Oh shit. Oh shit. 1114 01:04:52,176 --> 01:04:54,293 There we go. 1115 01:04:54,387 --> 01:04:55,673 Oh, thank God. 1116 01:04:57,682 --> 01:05:00,641 You guys, what the hell just happened to us? 1117 01:05:00,727 --> 01:05:03,094 No one has ever filmed anything like that before. 1118 01:05:04,147 --> 01:05:05,228 Let's just get out of here. 1119 01:05:06,649 --> 01:05:09,357 Signs of civilization. 1120 01:05:09,444 --> 01:05:12,983 I know. It feels so nice to listen to music. 1121 01:05:13,740 --> 01:05:15,231 You're gonna be real famous, Josh. 1122 01:05:15,325 --> 01:05:16,861 - I think he will be. - Thank you. 1123 01:05:16,951 --> 01:05:18,738 Yeah, until they think it's all faked. 1124 01:05:26,961 --> 01:05:28,793 - Are you okay, Mark? - Yeah. 1125 01:05:30,214 --> 01:05:32,046 - Are you sure? - Yeah, I'm fine. 1126 01:05:32,133 --> 01:05:34,125 Your head feels a little bit hot. 1127 01:05:34,218 --> 01:05:36,380 Yeah, I have a stomachache, but I'm good. 1128 01:05:39,390 --> 01:05:42,804 I think Mark's gonna be the most famous when people see how bad he pissed his pants. 1129 01:05:42,894 --> 01:05:44,931 Dude, shut up. Are you serious? 1130 01:05:45,021 --> 01:05:47,354 - Mark, you were really scared. - I would have loved to see 1131 01:05:47,440 --> 01:05:50,308 - either of you up there by yourselves. - You should have seen your face. 1132 01:05:50,401 --> 01:05:51,733 Okay. 1133 01:05:53,404 --> 01:05:54,645 What's up with the radio? 1134 01:06:01,454 --> 01:06:03,821 - I have to drive for two hours. - All right, all right, all right. 1135 01:06:03,915 --> 01:06:05,406 And we're done shooting. 1136 01:06:07,961 --> 01:06:09,748 Whoa, whoa, what is that? 1137 01:06:09,837 --> 01:06:12,045 - What? - Is that a car? 1138 01:06:12,131 --> 01:06:14,498 - What is that? - What the hell is that? 1139 01:06:15,843 --> 01:06:16,924 It's just a car. 1140 01:06:17,011 --> 01:06:18,468 No, no, no, there's no way on earth. 1141 01:06:18,554 --> 01:06:20,591 Josh, cars don't have one light. What is that? 1142 01:06:20,682 --> 01:06:22,218 Is it getting clo... turn that off. 1143 01:06:22,308 --> 01:06:23,594 Sorry. 1144 01:06:23,685 --> 01:06:25,768 - Okay, Mark, speed up. Go, go, go, go, go. - I am. 1145 01:06:25,853 --> 01:06:27,890 Josh, is it getting closer? 1146 01:06:27,981 --> 01:06:29,563 Yeah, it's getting closer, I can see it. 1147 01:06:31,275 --> 01:06:32,641 - Oh, my God. - What the hell is that? 1148 01:06:32,735 --> 01:06:34,146 Josh, it's not a car! Josh, it's not a car! 1149 01:06:34,237 --> 01:06:35,853 Josh, what's it doing? What's it doing? 1150 01:06:35,947 --> 01:06:38,109 - Is it getting closer? - Oh, my God, it's right behind us! 1151 01:06:38,783 --> 01:06:40,319 Mark, speed up! Go, go, go, go, go! 1152 01:06:40,410 --> 01:06:41,867 I'm going as fast as I can! 1153 01:06:44,622 --> 01:06:46,488 - Don't stop, dude! - My car just died! 1154 01:06:46,582 --> 01:06:48,744 - Oh, my God. I don't like this! - What just happened? 1155 01:06:48,835 --> 01:06:50,542 What just happened? The car isn't going. 1156 01:06:50,628 --> 01:06:52,460 The car isn't going. What the hell just happened? 1157 01:06:52,547 --> 01:06:53,583 Josh. Josh. 1158 01:06:53,673 --> 01:06:55,255 - What the heck! - Okay, stop. 1159 01:07:03,891 --> 01:07:07,430 Uh, everything was fine with the car, and now... it's not. 1160 01:07:07,520 --> 01:07:09,011 The engine doesn't have power. 1161 01:07:09,105 --> 01:07:11,017 The whole car in general doesn't have power. 1162 01:07:13,985 --> 01:07:15,317 Ah. 1163 01:07:16,446 --> 01:07:17,812 My mouth tastes weird. 1164 01:07:18,698 --> 01:07:22,157 Adrenaline. It's why your mouth tastes weird. 1165 01:07:25,204 --> 01:07:26,615 No water. 1166 01:07:30,460 --> 01:07:31,951 Yo, Josh, come help me. 1167 01:07:32,045 --> 01:07:33,252 Cool. 1168 01:07:34,338 --> 01:07:36,330 Ash, put the E-brake up. 1169 01:07:38,051 --> 01:07:41,340 There we go. You ready? Let's go. 1170 01:07:46,476 --> 01:07:48,058 What the hell is going on, man? 1171 01:07:48,144 --> 01:07:49,510 I don't know, man. 1172 01:07:50,772 --> 01:07:52,104 All right, that's good, Ash. 1173 01:07:59,113 --> 01:08:00,900 - Mark? - Yeah? 1174 01:08:01,908 --> 01:08:03,024 Hey, man, you all right? 1175 01:08:04,952 --> 01:08:07,114 - Yeah. - Dude. Dude, your nose is bleeding. 1176 01:08:07,205 --> 01:08:08,241 What's going on? 1177 01:08:10,208 --> 01:08:12,541 - What happened? - I just have a nose bleed. 1178 01:08:13,628 --> 01:08:14,835 - What? - I'm fine. 1179 01:08:14,921 --> 01:08:15,957 - You okay? - Yeah. 1180 01:08:16,047 --> 01:08:18,039 I used to get 'em all the time when I was a kid. Stop. 1181 01:08:18,132 --> 01:08:19,964 - Oh, my God. - It is the dry air. 1182 01:08:20,051 --> 01:08:21,713 - You're sweating. - I'm fine. 1183 01:08:23,346 --> 01:08:24,427 - Is it any better? - Oh. 1184 01:08:25,723 --> 01:08:26,964 Here. 1185 01:08:28,893 --> 01:08:30,509 How far do you think the gas station is? 1186 01:08:31,562 --> 01:08:34,100 - Mark? - Uh, seven, eight miles. 1187 01:08:34,857 --> 01:08:35,893 In the dark? 1188 01:08:36,651 --> 01:08:38,938 We should stay with the car, we're not doing that. That's crazy. 1189 01:08:39,028 --> 01:08:41,441 Yeah, we are. No, honest, it'll take a couple hours, 1190 01:08:41,531 --> 01:08:42,942 it'll be open, we'll get some help. 1191 01:08:43,032 --> 01:08:45,445 - Let's go. Josh? - Come on. 1192 01:08:46,202 --> 01:08:47,693 Ashley, this is crazy. 1193 01:08:52,250 --> 01:08:53,161 Shoot. 1194 01:08:58,131 --> 01:08:59,667 - You all right? - Huh? 1195 01:09:00,299 --> 01:09:01,506 You cool? 1196 01:09:01,592 --> 01:09:02,753 - You all right? - Hey, guys. 1197 01:09:02,844 --> 01:09:04,005 - Yeah. - Come on. 1198 01:09:15,481 --> 01:09:16,722 You guys, it's getting cold. 1199 01:09:27,410 --> 01:09:28,526 Hey, Ash? 1200 01:09:29,871 --> 01:09:32,488 Hey, Ash? Let's let Mark catch up. 1201 01:09:35,042 --> 01:09:37,659 Something's wrong with him, Josh. 1202 01:09:37,753 --> 01:09:40,712 - It's, uh, just a nose bleed. - No. 1203 01:09:40,798 --> 01:09:42,460 It's not just a nose bleed. 1204 01:09:43,885 --> 01:09:47,049 I mean, something happened to him up there. 1205 01:09:47,138 --> 01:09:50,176 It's not just a coincidence, the car dying right when the lights came back. 1206 01:09:53,352 --> 01:09:56,015 So what are you saying? They're messing with us? 1207 01:09:58,858 --> 01:10:00,815 They're following us. 1208 01:10:00,902 --> 01:10:01,892 Guys! 1209 01:10:06,532 --> 01:10:07,522 Do you hear that? 1210 01:10:09,911 --> 01:10:12,198 - Did you hear that? - Hear what? 1211 01:10:13,247 --> 01:10:14,408 Come here. 1212 01:10:15,625 --> 01:10:16,957 Mark, come on. 1213 01:10:19,212 --> 01:10:20,544 No, someone's out there. 1214 01:10:24,592 --> 01:10:25,878 Hey! 1215 01:10:25,968 --> 01:10:28,676 - Mark! - Come... come here! Come help us! 1216 01:10:28,763 --> 01:10:30,220 Dude, come on! 1217 01:10:32,225 --> 01:10:33,932 Come help us! 1218 01:10:34,018 --> 01:10:36,010 - What is he talking about? - Dan, I can hear you. 1219 01:10:36,103 --> 01:10:36,968 - Mark! - Mark! 1220 01:10:37,063 --> 01:10:38,099 Shh. 1221 01:10:39,482 --> 01:10:41,974 Dan! Thank God! 1222 01:10:42,068 --> 01:10:44,230 - What? Do you hear anything? - Guys, it's my brother! 1223 01:10:44,320 --> 01:10:45,731 How did you find us? 1224 01:10:45,821 --> 01:10:47,278 What the hell is he talking about? 1225 01:10:47,365 --> 01:10:49,652 - Mark! Come on! - Mark! 1226 01:10:49,742 --> 01:10:51,199 JOSH! Mark, come on! 1227 01:10:53,579 --> 01:10:55,241 Whoa! Jesus! Ashley! 1228 01:10:55,331 --> 01:10:56,412 Mark! 1229 01:11:05,216 --> 01:11:06,377 What was that? 1230 01:11:06,467 --> 01:11:07,548 I don't know. 1231 01:11:13,307 --> 01:11:16,015 Ow! Ah! Ah! 1232 01:11:40,251 --> 01:11:42,789 - Mark! - Mark! What the hell? 1233 01:11:45,089 --> 01:11:46,330 Mark! 1234 01:11:49,593 --> 01:11:52,427 Hey, Mark! I can't see his headlamp. 1235 01:11:54,056 --> 01:11:54,967 Mark? 1236 01:11:57,685 --> 01:11:58,846 Come on, man. 1237 01:12:04,400 --> 01:12:05,390 Hold on. 1238 01:12:07,236 --> 01:12:10,104 - Did you hear anything? - No. 1239 01:12:10,197 --> 01:12:11,608 'Cause Mark said he heard voices. 1240 01:12:11,699 --> 01:12:13,486 What voices, Josh? There's no one out here. 1241 01:12:14,327 --> 01:12:16,819 Let's just find Mark. Hey, Mark! 1242 01:12:16,912 --> 01:12:18,699 He looked so sick. Mark? 1243 01:12:18,789 --> 01:12:20,246 How much further could he have gone? 1244 01:12:20,333 --> 01:12:22,495 - I don't... I don't know. - Mark! 1245 01:12:23,669 --> 01:12:24,659 Mark! 1246 01:12:26,505 --> 01:12:28,167 Oh, God. 1247 01:12:28,257 --> 01:12:30,340 We're not going anywhere until we find Mark. 1248 01:12:30,426 --> 01:12:31,507 Mark! 1249 01:12:31,594 --> 01:12:33,210 - Ashley. - No, we're gonna find him. 1250 01:12:33,304 --> 01:12:34,465 Ashley. 1251 01:12:34,555 --> 01:12:36,296 Mark! 1252 01:12:37,016 --> 01:12:38,302 Mark! 1253 01:12:38,392 --> 01:12:41,180 - He's gone. - He's not gone. 1254 01:12:41,270 --> 01:12:43,512 He's not gone. He's just... 1255 01:12:43,606 --> 01:12:47,475 he's just lost. He's just lost, okay? 1256 01:12:47,568 --> 01:12:49,525 What are you talking about? 1257 01:12:49,612 --> 01:12:51,353 He was there, and then he was gone. 1258 01:12:51,447 --> 01:12:54,281 Something took him. They took him. 1259 01:12:54,367 --> 01:12:56,199 No. No one took him. 1260 01:12:56,285 --> 01:12:58,948 He's probably behind one of these hills. Okay? 1261 01:12:59,038 --> 01:13:02,622 But we... we've gotta keep moving. 1262 01:13:02,708 --> 01:13:05,246 We've gotta keep moving, we've gotta find people. 1263 01:13:05,336 --> 01:13:07,749 We can come back and help Mark, all right? So come on. 1264 01:13:09,382 --> 01:13:11,715 Come on. Please. 1265 01:13:14,011 --> 01:13:16,048 - Okay. - All right, all right. 1266 01:13:16,806 --> 01:13:17,887 Okay. 1267 01:13:20,643 --> 01:13:24,262 All right. I'm okay. I'm okay. 1268 01:13:26,982 --> 01:13:29,099 Listen... 1269 01:13:29,193 --> 01:13:32,311 don't worry about him anyway. Okay? He's been in... 1270 01:13:32,405 --> 01:13:36,490 the Boy Scouts since he was like two years old. 1271 01:13:36,575 --> 01:13:38,612 - Mark! - And he's go... 1272 01:13:39,745 --> 01:13:41,202 Holy shit! 1273 01:13:41,288 --> 01:13:44,076 - What? What is it? - Look! Look, it's a light! 1274 01:13:45,751 --> 01:13:47,993 - Is it them? - No! 1275 01:13:48,087 --> 01:13:50,921 That's like... like a street light or a trailer or something. 1276 01:13:53,092 --> 01:13:54,173 I told you. 1277 01:13:55,428 --> 01:13:57,715 Okay. Let's go. 1278 01:13:59,890 --> 01:14:02,303 We can get some water. Call for help. 1279 01:14:06,147 --> 01:14:07,854 Let's go. Yeah. 1280 01:14:12,194 --> 01:14:14,561 - Are you still filming? - Yeah. 1281 01:14:15,656 --> 01:14:18,649 I'm trying to film landmarks so we can retrace our steps. 1282 01:14:19,618 --> 01:14:20,483 That's smart. 1283 01:14:23,122 --> 01:14:24,704 I think I just need a second to rest. 1284 01:14:27,251 --> 01:14:28,583 We're gonna be okay. 1285 01:14:28,669 --> 01:14:30,376 We're gonna find him, Josh. 1286 01:14:30,463 --> 01:14:31,670 Yeah. 1287 01:14:41,891 --> 01:14:42,972 - Shit! - What? 1288 01:14:44,351 --> 01:14:46,593 Damn it! I just dropped my flashlight. 1289 01:14:46,687 --> 01:14:48,349 Okay, where is it? 1290 01:14:48,439 --> 01:14:50,305 No, there's no way we can get it. Look down. 1291 01:14:51,066 --> 01:14:52,728 Shit! 1292 01:14:52,818 --> 01:14:55,231 Okay, we're gonna use this as a flashlight. 1293 01:14:57,364 --> 01:14:59,105 Okay, just flash it in front of me, all right. 1294 01:14:59,200 --> 01:15:00,736 - Okay. - Don't drop it. 1295 01:15:00,826 --> 01:15:01,987 - All right. - Okay, let's go. 1296 01:15:02,077 --> 01:15:05,320 Whoa. How long does this battery last? 1297 01:15:05,414 --> 01:15:06,996 About an hour. 1298 01:15:07,082 --> 01:15:08,448 Oh, shit. 1299 01:15:10,503 --> 01:15:11,539 Is it bright enough? 1300 01:15:12,213 --> 01:15:14,079 Yeah, it's okay. 1301 01:15:15,299 --> 01:15:16,835 We're almost down. 1302 01:15:18,969 --> 01:15:21,086 Josh? 1303 01:15:21,180 --> 01:15:22,387 What? 1304 01:15:23,682 --> 01:15:25,298 God. Oh, my God. 1305 01:15:26,810 --> 01:15:29,018 I have t... I have tissues. 1306 01:15:29,104 --> 01:15:31,437 Get 'em. Where's... where's... 1307 01:15:31,524 --> 01:15:33,311 - It's in my front pocket. - The front pocket? 1308 01:15:35,653 --> 01:15:37,986 Here. Here. Here. 1309 01:15:38,822 --> 01:15:39,983 Okay. 1310 01:15:41,742 --> 01:15:43,358 I shouldn't have brought you guys out here. 1311 01:15:45,246 --> 01:15:48,284 It's not your fault. I wanted to come. 1312 01:15:49,041 --> 01:15:49,952 Why? 1313 01:15:51,126 --> 01:15:52,412 I don't know. 1314 01:15:55,631 --> 01:15:57,088 I just wanted to do something different. 1315 01:15:58,342 --> 01:15:59,549 Something unexpected. 1316 01:16:03,055 --> 01:16:05,468 Something my dad wouldn't expect, anyway. 1317 01:16:08,394 --> 01:16:09,430 I'm good. 1318 01:16:09,937 --> 01:16:11,144 - You sure? - Yeah, I'm good. 1319 01:16:12,481 --> 01:16:13,688 I'm good. Come on. 1320 01:16:28,247 --> 01:16:30,660 Shit. Ashley? 1321 01:16:35,254 --> 01:16:36,586 Shit. 1322 01:16:41,594 --> 01:16:42,926 Let's go. 1323 01:16:43,721 --> 01:16:44,677 Okay. 1324 01:16:50,227 --> 01:16:51,763 Oh, God. 1325 01:16:54,231 --> 01:16:56,143 - Josh. - Hey. 1326 01:16:56,233 --> 01:16:57,565 Hey, we can't go back. 1327 01:16:59,820 --> 01:17:01,607 Come on. Just don't look at 'em. 1328 01:17:04,992 --> 01:17:06,483 - Shit. - They're burned. 1329 01:17:07,911 --> 01:17:09,197 They burned them. 1330 01:17:21,550 --> 01:17:22,757 Ah! 1331 01:17:26,847 --> 01:17:27,928 Ashley? 1332 01:17:30,643 --> 01:17:31,633 Josh? 1333 01:17:32,353 --> 01:17:35,141 It's okay. It's okay. It's okay. 1334 01:17:35,230 --> 01:17:36,220 It's okay. 1335 01:17:44,531 --> 01:17:46,818 - Do you hear that? - Hear what? 1336 01:17:49,828 --> 01:17:50,818 Do you hear that? 1337 01:17:58,253 --> 01:17:59,243 Ashley? 1338 01:18:02,007 --> 01:18:02,997 Ashley? 1339 01:18:04,510 --> 01:18:05,796 You don't hear that? 1340 01:18:12,267 --> 01:18:13,257 Ashley? 1341 01:18:13,852 --> 01:18:15,593 - It's my dad. - Ashley? 1342 01:18:15,688 --> 01:18:16,724 Oh! 1343 01:18:16,814 --> 01:18:19,022 - It's my dad! - Oh, my... Oh, my God! 1344 01:18:19,817 --> 01:18:22,025 - Ashley! - Dad! 1345 01:18:23,112 --> 01:18:25,274 - Dad! - Oh! 1346 01:18:26,532 --> 01:18:28,569 I'm right here! 1347 01:18:28,659 --> 01:18:31,402 - Ashley, stop! - Dad, I'm here! 1348 01:18:33,038 --> 01:18:35,075 I'm right here! 1349 01:18:35,582 --> 01:18:38,245 - Dad, I'm here! - Ashley, don't! 1350 01:18:40,295 --> 01:18:42,958 It's my dad! It's my dad! 1351 01:18:44,174 --> 01:18:45,540 Dad! 1352 01:18:49,138 --> 01:18:50,970 Ashley, stop! 1353 01:18:52,015 --> 01:18:53,381 Dad! 1354 01:19:07,823 --> 01:19:09,109 Hello! 1355 01:19:10,305 --> 01:19:16,909 Support us and become VIP member to remove all ads from SubtitleDB.org 103926

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