Autumn thanks Ben in his garage and tells him that she heard a voice in her head to find him. She tells him that she and the others were hooked up to monitors and drugged. She describes the dairy farm with the red door. Ben tells her she is safe now.
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Scene shifts to Ben’s garage.
AUTUMN: Thank you. I’m My name is Autumn. Autumn Cox.
BEN: From the plane, right? How did you find me?
AUTUMN: I heard your name. Like my own voice in my head. And somehow I knew instinctively how to get here. Is that crazy?
BEN: No, actually.
AUTUMN: It was like my subconscious was telling me that you could help.
BEN: Here. Maybe I can. Can you tell me what happened to you and the others?
AUTUMN: They kept us hooked up to monitors, took samples of our blood. They ran all kinds of tests on us.
BEN: Autumn, who are “they”?
AUTUMN: I don’t know. We were drugged most of the time. I finally managed to spit my pills out and escape when they brought us somewhere in a van.
The dairy farm
BEN: Do you know where the others are? I-I tried to remember everything I could. Um, there is a long road. And it’s rural. There’s no car noises. And it smelled like fertilizer. And a red door. I remember that.
BEN: The dairy farm.
AUTUMN: I think I could find my way back.
BEN: We already have. It was empty. Autumn, you said you escaped from a van. Do you know where it was going?
AUTUMN: No. Oh, God. I’m sorry. I’m so sorry. No. It’s okay.
BEN: We just need to get you some help.
AUTUMN: Who are you calling?
BEN: My sister. She’s a cop.
AUTUMN: No! No! There were warrants out for my arrest when I got off the plane, but the police who took me from the hangar were the ones who turned me over to them.
MICHAELA: Hey. Good timing. I’ve got the warehouse plans.
BEN: And I’ve got a missing passenger. In my garage.
MICHAELA: Okay. Keep me posted.