Coop: A shawl? A little girl in the desert in August? You must be losin' your mind, Charlie.
Hale: Funny thing about liars, Charlie, they believe their own lies.
Coop: (to Hawks about Wooster) You know spring comes a little later each year at his time of life.
Coop: The only experience I've ever had with spirits is the mornin' after when I wake up with two heads.
Barnaby: Do you believe in ghosts?
Hale: I never saw one but I never saw Niagara Falls either. I'd be stupid to deny they exist because of that.
Hawks: Say Barney, you fixin' something special for breakfast?
Barnaby: Yeah, poison ivy salad. It's even tastier than my stew.
Kind of an eerie episode that deals with the supernatural, a topic that few Westerns tackled. All that's missing for Little Girl Lost to be an episode of The Twilight Zone is Rod Serling's opening and closing narration.