Debelzaq keeps reading from the Key of Solomon, hoping to weaken the demon, but the dead monks begin to rise and attack them. For every monk that Behmen and Felson behead, another shows up to replace them, "like cockroaches," Felson says. One of the monks stabs Felson in the back, while the demon snaps Debelzaq's neck, so Kay takes up reading from the book. When the demon goes for Behman's throat, Felson staggers over to pull him off, but the demon encloses him in his wings and burns him to a crisp. Behmen pins the demon against the wall and tells Kay to keep reading. When Kay finishes the prayer, the demon explodes. Having been stabbed several time in the back by the demon's barbed wing, Behmen finally collapses. In another room, the girl coughs and awakens. Before he dies, Behmen orders Kay to keep the girl safe. In the final scene, Kay and the girl bury Debelzaq, Felson, and Behmen. "My name is Anna," the girl says over their graves, "I owe you my life. God keep you." Anna and Kay mount their horses and begin to ride away, the book safe in Kay's saddlebag. "Will you tell me about them?", Anna asks, "I want to know them." As they ride off together, Anna says in a voiceover,
And so the plague passed and life returned to the land. There are many who say the plague was nothing but a pestilence that finally broke like the passing of a fever. They don't know the darkness that almost was, the sacrifices made, the heroes lost. I will tell their story. I was there. I know.