Afterwards, Jane says to Skeet, "I'd like to thank you..." but it's a total setup because once Skeet gets all "shucks, it warn't nuthin'" on her, she adds, "But I can't," because Skeet fed them a load of hogwash that he doesn't believe himself, and her kids are sensitive but not stupid, and telling them that ghosts like to eat cotton candy in heaven isn't really going to help her. Skeet wants to know what she suggests, and she says she wants to take them back to their shortcut and show them there's nothing to be afraid of. "I really don't think that's a good idea," says Skeet, but Jane ignores them and starts shouting for her kids to get dressed.
Out in the woods, Renata is galumphing along rather unlike a girl who's scared of ghosts. At least Gus is holding his mom's hand. Renata points ahead "way up there" to where they saw the ghost, and the little group motors along, but Skeet falls back a little as he swings his flashlight back and forth. He steps in a puddle, then stares in consternation at the blood on his shoe.
Back in the Civil War, it looks like Henry's company has been ambushed. You know, like the rider was warning them about before Henry started carrying on about his wife? Shots are fired, soldiers are killed, and everything's kind of dark and grey. Henry's surprised by an enemy soldier, who lifts his rifle and fires -- but Henry's not hit. Back in the present day, a crimson flower blooms on Skeet's shirt, and he falls over with a gunshot wound, Jane rushing to his side (no doubt worrying about how she's going to settle her kids down now).