Nick Baxter's an invader, and his touch proves lethal: he's developed an illness which promises a slow death for him, but a very rapid death by freezing for any organism he touches. David tracks him down, but others of his kind are also interested in finding him. Baxter wants to reach a ship so he can get medical help, but he's convinced those hunting him want him dead. David's success may depend on convincing someone who's turned his back on humanity, to find in himself the desire to help others.
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The flying saucer landing site is a fictional West Virginia field called Idlewild Flat. Idlewild was the original name of JFK Airport. See more
When Nick Baxter brings the pickup truck to a sudden stop he stomps the break but does not engage the clutch. Stopping the vehicle in this manner would cause the engine to stall. However after a short conversation he takes off again without restarting the vehicle indicating that the motor had been running the entire time and that it had never stalled out. In addition while David and later Nick are driving there is very little, if any, indication of shifting of the manual transmission. See more
Freezing deaths apparently ended and an alien landing site exposed. Grudging victories for David Vincent. But the Invader still walks unheeded on the planet Earth. Somehow, someway, he must be stopped.