As they walk up to the house, the front gate swings open even though there's no wind, and the door unlocks as the stranger touches the handle. Inside, they find two men, a young man and an old man, asleep in a bed. The stranger grabs the old man, wrenches him upright, puts the bucket in front of the geezer's face, and hits the man on the back so hard that he vomits blood into the bucket. The stranger then does the same thing to the younger man. He then pick up the bucket and drinks deeply. He wipes his mouth, smiles, and tells the terrified peasant to take him home. Home turns out to be the cemetery again. Once they're pulling in amongst the graves, the stranger hops down, takes another drink from his bucket, and then reaches for the peasant. But the first rays of dawn break over the horizon, and the vampire retreats back, clambering into and open grave. The peasant thanks God and probably a couple of his peers, just to be on the safe side, and races back to his own home. The old man and the young man are alter discovered dead in their hut.