Mrs. White hears the knocking as well and begins to go downstairs to open door for who she thinks is Herbert. Mr. White knows that he is not the same and tries to convince her not to leave. The camera angle goes between the two as they talk to each other.
Mrs. White runs to her son while Mr. White follows trying still to stop her. The camera angle is a high shot following them down the stairs. The music playing is action/suspenseful, for example the Jaws music.
Mrs. White is trying to open the door but the lock is stuck, while she does this Mr. White knows that he need to find "The Paw" to use his last wish. The camera angle is quickly flashing around between the two and the room, this creates action getting the viewer more involved. The music is now all action music as Mr. White tries to find "The Paw" to save both of their lives.
one year later...
R.I.P HERBERT WHITE
Mr. White finds the paw and uses his final wish to make his son to go back to his resting place. The camera angle goes into a slow close up while he wishes then, when he finishes talking the screen goes black and the intense music stops.
After a second of a black scene, it cuts back to Mr. White going to comfort his wife crying with no music playing, only the sound of her crying and him helping her. The camera angle is a close up of them hugging and her crying in his arms.
A year later, Mr. and Mrs. White are laying dead in front of their sons grave. The camera angle is normal showing the whole grave yard, the camera begins to fade away while sad music quiets to a silence.