The house is long gone, but the shelter is still there in the woods. All that's visible is a hatch poking up from some ferns. Inside, Nelson and Dylan play checkers. Not surprisingly, Nelson does not play well with others. He flashes back to 1960. Tiller and some guards shove him into the hole and shut the door on him. It's windowless and dark and Nelson freaks right the hell out. Behind him, someone lights a match. It's Warden James. "This conversation's four matches long, son." He uses the brief promise of light to interrogate Nelson. Nelson cowers in the dark instead of, say, attacking James. First match: Warden James describes the hobby of phillumeny. Second match: He wants to know what Nelson did to his brother. "Your father would like to know the truth." Third match: Warden James has two children. He has no sympathy for Nelson. Fourth match: Nelson finally confesses to killing his brother. He trembles at the memory of it. He strangled his brother in the family bomb shelter. "That's when I knew... that I had to do it again." Bonus match: He put his mother's favorite flower on her bed. Warden James decides to leave Nelson in the hole anyway, tossing him the matches on the way out. "Make 'em last."
In the present day, Nelson still has those matches. While Nelson is distracted, Dylan sneakily takes off his shoe and throws it at the overhead light, smashing the bulb and plunging the room into darkness. For a kid who doesn't like outdoorsy things, he's got quite the pitching arm on him. He runs from the shelter into the rainy woods. Nelson chases after him.
Rebecca and Doc drive up just as Dylan screams for help. Nelson grabs Dylan. Rebecca catches up and aims her gun at Nelson. "Don't move!" Nelson's all cocky about her not shooting him, so Hauser shows up out of nowhere and shoots him instead. Nelson drops to the ground, dead. Doc calls Dylan over and gives him a big hug. Rebecca looks pretty shocked by the whole thing, probably because Hauser did the decent thing.