When Pedro gets attacked, why did he actually stop in the first place? You don’t see anything run across in front of the truck (the headlights don’t become obscured).

Our logic is that the shriekers attacked his truck from BEHIND.  And Pedro, even if he had a graboid sensor in his truck, had no warning he was in danger since shriekers wouldn’t trigger it.  His first impulse, feeling something hit the rear of his truck, would be to stop and investigate.  Once he did that, it was too late.  He barely made out of the cab and onto the truck bed.

When Pedro gets attacked, why did he actually stop in the first place? You don’t see anything run across in front of the truck (the headlights don’t become obscured). was last modified: by

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