Four-Toes Beach: Richard tells Ben it's time to come clean with him. "You and I have known each other for 30 years, Ben. I'm asking you this as a friend." Ben finally looks at him. "You want to know what happened, Richard? Why don't you go inside and find out." Mee-ow. Just then, Bram marches over, grabs Ben by the scruff of his neck and he and a couple of the other male goons march Ben off to the statue base. They send Ben in, first. Faux-Locke asks where Richard is. Ben says he's not coming. Faux-Locke wants to know who is behind Ben, then. Bram and the goonies march in, weapons at the ready. Bram demands to know where Jacob is. Faux-Locke tells him Jacob is dead and tells them that he assumes they're there as Jacob's body guards. "Well, I have good news. Jacob burned up -- right there in that fire. Therefore there's nothing left for you to protect. You can go. You're free."
The goonies are less thrilled than Faux-Locke expected and start firing on him. Bram yells, "Kill him!" Ben takes cover and Faux-Locke disappears. Bram picks up an unusually bent bullet from the floor, and that's when it begins. The music dissolves into a sound of rushing air, and then rattle rattle rattle. Smokey travels down the corridor (there's a corridor in the base of a foot statue -- really) and fills the main room. The camera work is intentionally choppy and difficult to follow. Suffice it to say Smokey makes quick work of the lesser goonies, stopping one poor bastard before he can finish drawing an ash circle around himself. Bram does manage to establish an ash circle around himself though, and Smokey can't cross it. But does he give up and waft away? Not our monster. He smashes a pillar outside of the circle. It falls. A chunk of it breaks off and flies into Bram, knocking him outside of his protected spot, and Smokey sends him flying into Jacob's loom. He smashes Bram and slams him up and down until he's impaled by a broken bit of the framework.