Walking away with her mother, Lisa smiles over her shoulder at Olivia, and she gets a sympathetic look from the priest as well, but he's more or less required to be friendly to everybody.
Back at Harvard, Olivia and Peter are drinking beer and looking through books and shooting the shit about religion and spirituality with Peter flipping through The Tibetan Book of the Dead, reading about how the "near-death experiencer can often converse with those who have already died," and he declares the book a "hell of a coaster" and plunks his beer down on it. He tells Olivia that he doesn't think Lisa's alive simply because God changed his mind, and Olivia looks up, waiting for lightning to strike Peter, but it doesn't, because I believe that's an upcoming storyline.
However, he's reserving judgment because he's not one to say. "However, until I see it with my own eyes, I'm gonna put my money on healthy scepticism," he says. Olivia says nothing, which Peter takes to mean that she's a believer. Olivia tells him that her mother believed in God, but all the praying in the world didn't stop her stepfather from terrorizing her. "And her faith just seemed to put her in harm's way. I'm worried that Lisa's mother is going to do the same thing," she says.
Olivia's phone rings, and she appears to have to push a dozen buttons just to answer the thing. It's an agitated Lisa Donovan crying that she's seeing Andrew Rusk. Olivia, all Andy Samberg as Mark Wahlberg is all, "Where's your mother?" as Lisa says her mom's at home, but she herself isn't: "I had to come here. I keep seeing this place."
"This place" turns out to be a junkyard, and Peter and Olivia sweep their flashlights around the stacks of cars, calling Lisa's name. Eventually, they find her, cowering and shuddering. "He was here," she says, talking about Andrew Rusk, and she says there was another man with a gun. She collapses to the ground and starts crying that this other guy shot and killed Andrew Rusk. Olivia asks if she knows the other guy or saw his face. She didn't but she's sure they were here.