And now they're going through a metal detector as Charlie explains that they're not to bring any cameras or recording devices or leave with any notes. Evelyn sets off the metal detector, and I was kind of hoping she had some cool piercings somewhere, but instead she whips out this little laminated doctor's seal of authenticity and goes on about how there's a bullet lodged in her brain that was deemed inoperable, and we learn that she used to be a police officer, and the army dude says, "She's clean."
They enter an airport hangar where the plane has been parked? Is that the right term for a plane? The hangar has been partitioned off into little cubicle-like spaces, and Charlie says something about being short-handed, but he might have been kidding since the place is swarming with soldiers, a couple of whom are dragging away an unruly passenger. Charlie introduces them to a dude named Michael Garcia of the NTSB, who'll get Evelyn and Skeet started on their interviews, as Charlie snags Keel, saying there's something he wants him to see. Throughout all this, Skeet is making The Skeet Face. Michael tells Evelyn and Skeet that they're trying to figure out what happened "from the moment the plane " he says, before trailing off. "Disappeared?" says the ever-helpful Skeet. "Encountered difficulties," corrects Michael. Skeet asks how the passengers are, and Michael says he'll show them. He draws back a divider, and we see the nervous jostler and the woman he jostled kissing. Michael says they didn't know each other before they got on the plane. Um, that's the first "paranormal" example they show these guys? Two people kissing?