The last episode answers everyone’s query about what happened to Agnes (Mara Lopez)’s body after she was shot to death by Camila (Maja Salvador). It turns out that Agnes is held in captive in a secret house by Alice (Lara Quigaman).
In this highlighted scene, a still injured Agnes bravely attempts to escape as soon as Alice leaves the hideout. She gives off a scornful laugh as discovers that Alice accidentally left her room open. Agnes goes downstairs, not paying heed to the terrifying darkness and faint murmurs around her. Smoke coats the place in an eerie sulphurous glow. The bridal march is hummed in the background.
Agnes almost bumps herself unto the main door, eager to finally get out. She tries to bang the door open but it is locked outside. The lights start to flicker. Agnes groans in frustration. Assuming that Alice is behind all these, Agnes declares that she won’t fall victim to the ‘killer groom’ and that she doesn’t want to play games anymore.
Agnes walks blindly in the shadows while trying to find her way out. The doors slam open and close until she hears a whispering sound of a female voice calling her name. Struggling to walk, Agnes trips off and becomes drenched in the gush of human blood running off the floor. She tries to slither away but only to get trapped and catch a mysterious white image behind her. She slowly looks at her back and finds Camila’s ghost smiling down at her. Agnes screams and insists that Camila’s spirit isn’t real.
Camila’s vengeful soul is dressed in a bloodied wedding gown. Her face is dull and pale while her glaring eyes speak volume of wrath. In a raspy tone, Camila says she has come back to take Agnes with her. Camila swiftly moves towards Agnes to haunt her.
Agnes still attempts to run away but Camila keeps on showing up in front of her. Agnes thinks that there’ no other way to save herself than to jump out of an open window. But this only leads to her death.