Yuki gathered as many items she thought may be useful, and followed the others into the van. Among those items was a fold-out pocket knife. Nothing that would make for a very good weapon, but could be lethal if used properly. Not that she would need it right now. She thought nothing of the skeleton and disregarded it, but the nameless woman had a slightly harder time ignoring the icky thing. But this time she did not freak out. She said nothing about the skeleton, instead averting her eyes from it and sitting far enough away from it so it wouldn't fall on her.
But then, the nameless girl noticed something. A presence, she felt. A living presence. Not close, but not truly far. "There's something..." she began, trying to pinpoint the direction. "There! Someone's in those shrubs." she said, pointing to some thick bushes and foliage beside the library lot. "There's only one, I think. But I'm not sure if they saw us or not."
As if on cue, a fat groundskeeper walked out from the bushes. He held a pair of hedge clippers large and sharp enough to snip someone's head off. The man did not seem particularly suspicious of the van they were in, but he did begin walking toward its direction. Whoever was driving the vehicle could simply blow past the man, or decide to pick him up as an extra meal. Given those clippers, he would have a chance of being able to fight back.