When they leave, McClean picks up something from the floor Lydia’s scarf. It’s bloody.
He tells his children that the playroom will go out, as will the rest of the house. They start screaming and suffering a fit of hysteria. They beg for more time in the playroom, and Lydia suggests that shutting it down so suddenly has not been a good idea.
At first, George resists the idea of turning it back on, but in the end he relents and gives the children a little more time. George and Lydia climb the stairs to prepare for the holidays while the children play in the playroom for the last time.
When David comes to pick up George and Lydia, they meet the children enjoying lunch on the savannah and see the lions eating something in the distance.
George and Lydia died at the hands of their own children, who had so often imagined that lions were eating and that this became a reality.FIN.