Peter returns to Olivia, who has had some sort of breakthrough. Seems the guy with the flannel shirts, a fellow named Andre Hughes, was seen at the homes of two of the disappeared people when Sheriff Golightly went to interview their families shortly after they vanished. "What are you thinking?" Peter wonders. "I'm thinking you drive," she says, already on her feet. Under normal circumstances, one might expect Peter to object to another five-hour drive on such a tenuous lead, but I'm sure he's hoping to be in Framingham by the time Walter comes asking for help getting his thing out of his pants.
Back in Lansdale, another train is going by. Under Lansdale, a man in work boots tramps through the tunnels with an electric lantern, until he finds the body of Raymond the construction worker. "Aw, hell," a deep and quite human voice says, planting the point of a shovel in the tunnel floor. Do you really have to bury someone who's already underground? While we ponder this imponderable, the camera tilts up, all the way through the crust of the earth the surface, into which is planted a mailbox marked "HUGHES." A mailbox which the Fringemobile is just now rolling past on the long dirt driveway up to the house, which looks a lot like the one in the X-Files episode "Home." Which I'm sure is a total coincidence.