Apparently Rodger has come to the same conclusion and believes that it is Stooge that has made the vehicle shake. In the end, he shows more guts and concern for Judy than anyone. Well, no one but Judy. Angela is having a party, Jason and Freddy are too scared to come. Alas, her hellish strength is too much and she manages to get her hands on his face.
How could a mirror frighten him so? Sal jumps out and makes him jump and there is good chance he crapped himself as well. It seems the evil spirits that haunt the land are unable to pass over running water. He jokingly says that not even the crickets will come to this property. Apparently Jay does, too, as his face among other things falls flat with disappointment.
Maybe she is just stupid. She straddles him and lowers herself down. She exits the film quickly and quietly and one could almost forget that she was even there. Apparently Rodger has come to the same conclusion and believes that it is Stooge that has made the vehicle shake. And when I say dressed, I mean he is wearing a fake pig snout, which is held in place by the old stand by: There really is nothing about her other than such an appearance that lends credibility to the notion that she is a social outcast with strange interests.
We cut now to another house somewhere. She never does anything morally questionable and tries to leave the place early in the film. She places a cup of coffee and a slice of pie on the table before him before heading back into the kitchen behind him. Rodger and Stooge enter, carrying something large and ask Sal where they should place it. Did he pause and let her go first?