When a fourth person vanishes in Elwood, Indiana, and the witnesses claim that they have been abducted by aliens, Dean and Sam head to the town to investigate the UFO sightings. They contact the father of the last victim, Mr. Brennan, who is a traditional watchmaker, and the Winchester brothers suspect that the man is hiding something. Dean and Sam interview people on the streets expecting to find a clue. Among the interviewees, they talk to UFO expert Wayne Whittaker Jr. and the apparently crazy Marion, who is an expert in fairies. While investigating the cornfield where the victims had disappeared, Dean is abducted by a bright light. Sam continues to investigate and forces Brennan to disclose that he had used a spell to summon fairies to help him in his store. Dean returns and now the only chance of the brothers is are the advices of Marion about the fairies. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The opening title sequence that replaces the shattering glass is a replica of The X-Files, another similar series about two FBI agents who investigate bizarre and potentially extra-terrestrial/supernatural cases, with the black lettering against the grey background and the phrase "The Truth Is In Here" at the end of the sequence, while The X-Files' read "The Truth Is Out There." Not only has Supernatural drawn numerous comparisons to the series, this episode is about the Winchesters battling what they initially think are aliens, and Mitch Pileggi has a recurring role in this series beginning this season. Pileggi also had a recurring role on The X-Files as Agents Mulder & Scully's superior, Walter Skinner. See more
When Sam and Dean first visit Mr. Brennan, the outside window of his workshop says Carthage. See more
[Awkwardly initiating small talk in Marion's home
I gotta say, I love the feel. Uh, it's uh... it's...
Like Sedona Arizona crapped in here.
The Title Card for this episode was altered, closely resembles the title sequence for The X-Files series. Down to it ending with "created by: Eric Kripke" credit at the lower right when an eye appears and having "The Truth Is In There" as the tag-line. See more
End Credits Theme
Written by Jay Gruska See more