While Molly waits in the car, Joseph goes into the house to get some money from his father's safe so that he and Molly can get away from the town. Molly calls Dr Emerson and leaves a message telling her that she is scared and in trouble. She hears a crash inside the house and goes looking for Joseph only to find him sitting in front of a birthday cake with one burning candle. He reminds her that she will turn 18 in just a few minutes. Emerson suddenly enters the room and assures Molly that she will soon have great power when Satan claims her soul. Robert is then dragged into the room. He begs Emerson to take him instead of Molly, but Emerson says that the pact he and his wife made the night of Molly's birth cannot be broken...but might be if Molly kills her father. She hands Molly a knife, but Molly uses it to stab herself instead. When nothing happens, Molly realizes that the clock has stopped chiming midnight. It's now her birthday, and she belongs to Satan. 'You have always belong to us,' Emerson says. 'We've been waiting.' Several days later, Molly is at the hospital where her father has been taken, diagnosed as suicidal with paranoid and religious delusions after he confessed to 'the murders.' The doctor suggests that Molly interact with her father, but she refuses on the grounds that it's time to move on. In the final scene, it is graduation day. Molly, as valedictorian, is at the podium, informing the graduating class that 'we are the generation that will change the world like no one before.' Joseph then leads her to a limousine, and poster is shown with Alexis White's photo and the word 'Missing' at the top. As Dr Emerson walks past Molly, she says, 'See you soon.'