While Sherry watches, Mark exorcises the machine with holy water, Eucharists, and prayer, and Detective Hunton tosses in a Bible and a crucifix for good measure. The mangler starts to power down and eventually stops. Overjoyed but still unnerved, Hunton downs some antacids from the bottle he got from Mrs Frawley, until Mark notices that one of the ingredients is belladonna. "I think we're f....d," Mark says as the mangler roars back to life. The three of them try to run, but the mangler works its way off its floor bolts and follows them as they run through the laundry looking for an exit. The mangler rips Mark in half and continues to follow Hunton and Sherry as they search desperately for a way out, finally escaping by jumping through a large hole into the sewer below. The mangler tries to follow but can't get through the hole. Hunton helps Sherry out of the sewer and gets to her to hospital. The doctor informs him that she'll be alright but he'll have to wait until tomorrow to see her. As Hunton leaves, the doctor waves goodbye, and Hunton notices that he's missing the ring finger on his right hand. When he gets home, Hunton finds a letter from JJJ Pictureman (Jeremy Crutchley) warning him not to trust people in Riker's Valley with missing body parts. "There's a piece of each of them in the demon, and a dose of the demon in each of them," he writes. In the epilogue, Hunton pays a visit to Sherry at the laundry and finds it fully operational with the mangler back in place. From the scaffold, Sherry can be seen walking with crutches and yelling unpleasantly at the workers. She notices Hunton and waves at him, revealing the missing ring finger on her right hand. Hunton drops the flowers he's carrying into the waste can and leaves the factory.