Clark: Jim... Tim... you're playing the role of Tim Ballard. Tim is actually continuing to save kids, I mean you're making a movie about him but this is what he does.
Caviezel: He was supposed to be in the room with me, right here in Tulsa, but he's down there saving children as we speak. Because they're pulling kids out of the darkest recesses of Hell right now., and [Deep Underground Military Bases] and all kinds of places. The adrenochroming of children... Look, where we're at right now, hopefully we'll need your prayers.
Clark: You said a word a minute ago, and I want to clear up what that was... you said 'adrenochrome'.
Clark: And a lot of people here, there's about 4,500 people here, by a show of hands, who's heard that word before in this building?
(Some people in the audience raise hands, others cheer)
Clark: Could you please explain to the extent that you want to or not want to what that is, because some people have never heard that before and we need to discuss that.
Caviezel: Essentially you have adrenaline in your body, I’ll simplify it, and when you are scared you produce adrenaline. If you’re an athlete you get in the fourth quarter you have adrenaline that comes out of you. If a child knows he’s going to die, his body will secrete this adrenaline, and they have a lot of terms that they use. It’s the worst horror I’ve ever seen. The screaming alone, even if I never ever, ever saw it, it’s beyond, and these people that do it, they’ll be no mercy for them.