"Maybe we're gonna have a big earthquake. They say things get really weird just before."- Tina Gray ( A Nightmare on Elm Street)
When Wes Craven took the Fred Kruger myth back, he reworked it as a post modern/showbiz/fairytale and gave the world one of the more original horror films of the 90's (considering that the Nightmare on Elm Street thing had pretty much been beaten into the ground by this point, and Freddy Kruger was about as terrifying as a Hanna-Barbera cartoon character).
...soon Heather and handsome hubby make their way down to their son's bedroom and make sure he's OK.
...luckily, John Saxon manages to wake Heather up and comfort her.
...and the old familiar tongue from the phone pops out - but this time we hear Freddy's voice say, "I touched him". Frankly, this is the creepiest moment for me keeping in mind that Kruger was supposed to have been a child molester originally - and since most of Freddy's attention thus far has been on Dylan.
... the exterior of her home becomes very familiar, and Heather understands that she must become Nancy; one last time.