JP: Listen to us talk, as if anybody out there gives a damn. When we're the ones who decide if we can live with what we've done.
Murphy: Wait, what do you mean? Just wait a second.
JP: Be seeing you around, Murphy.
Murphy: No! I can't believe he jumped.
Woman: Welcome to the Cave of Tears, the grandest collection of natural limestone formations in the Devil's Pit cave system. This magnificent chamber was carved out of Silent Hill's bedrock over three million years ago by the underground streams that lend the cave its name. The dazzling array of stalactites and stalagmites you see around was created over tens of thousands of years formed by calcium carbonate and other minerals seeping from the limestone above. Over the years, a wealth of archaeological artifacts has been discovered in and around the Cave of Tears. The central formation, known as The Devil's Cauldron, contained the bones and personal effects of over a dozen individuals, suggesting this chamber may have been used for burial ceremonies or as some anthropologists have speculated, human sacrifice.
Murphy: Here goes nothing.
Man: Is anybody out there?