Flash forward to the Impala. It's clear Sam hasn't shared this story with Dean. He's just churning it over in his mind. Baby's windshield wipers slap out a steady beat; her engine purrs. The boys travel down the road in silence -- in the dark.
Daytime: In ward 42 of the Connor Beverly Behavioral Medicine Center, Sam and Dean wear their suits (pretty!) as they interview Anna's shrink about her confinement and disappearance. Two months ago, Anna was a happy well-adjusted journalism major with a bright future. Then she just flipped. They press the doctor for more information. She explains Anna has schizophrenia, complete with "delusions" that include thinking demons are everywhere. She hands Sam Anna's sketch book, and says it's not uncommon for their patients to believe monsters are real. Dean says, "Well that's just batty." Heh. Flipping through Anna's sketchbook, they first see pictures of a stained glass window and crosses, but then find writing too, things like, "Raising of the Witnesses" and "Samhain the next seal is broken." Do you think they ever wonder if they're delusional? For a second? The shrink goes on to tell them Anna's father was a church deacon, and that when Anna took ill, her symptoms included a plethora of religious references, adding that Anna told her the Devil is about to rise up and end the world. She hopes they find Anna, because it's dangerous for her to be out there alone. Oh, honey. You don't know the half of it.
There's no answer at the Milton family home, so the Winchesters, being Winchesters, find their own way in. Her parents are lying on the floor dead, and traces of sulfur remain. On the Milton mantle is the family's mail, and pictures and whatnot. Sam studies the photos as Dean sums up what they know so far. "Okay, so I'm girl interrupted..." (even though he's been rehymenated?) "I know the score of the apocalypse, just busted out of the nut-box, possibly using superpowers, by the way. Where do I go?" Sam recognizes something in a picture taken outside the Milton's church. It has a stained glass window that looks just like the ones Anna drew over and over in her sketchbook. Sam says, "If you were religious, scared, and had demons on your ass, where would go to feel safe?" And heh, Dean looks stumped, or maybe he's just thinking.
Church bells toll as they find Anna hiding at her church. Sam calls out to her, and says, they're here to help. "My name is Sam; this is my brother, Dean." Still in hiding, Anna says, "Sam? Not Sam Winchester?" He stammers out a yes, and she reveals herself. "And you're Dean? The Dean?" Oh, like he needs to hear that from any woman. She knows about him, because the angels talk about him. She admits she knows Dean was in Hell and that Castiel gripped him tight and raised him from perdition. "And some of them think you can help save us." She catches her breath and turns toward Sammy. "And some of them don't like you at all." Sam looks upset, but I think he should note she used the qualifier some. She says the angels talk about the boys all the time lately, so she feels like she knows them. When Dean asks, she clarifies that she doesn't talk to angels; she just sort of overhears them in her head. Not all the time, but a lot, and she can't shut them out. Dean says, "So they locked you up with a case of the crazies, when you were just tuned into Angel Radio?" That was Aerosmith rocking the house. After a short break the Black Crowes will shake your money maker, right here on W-A-N-G Angel Radio -- all angels, all the time.