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The Creepy Little Pale Girl In Terrifier 2 Explained
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"Terrifier 2"
Throughout "Terrifier 2", the Little Pale Girl appears intermittently, whether playing pattycake with Art at the laundromat or taunting Jonathan at school with a disemboweled opossum. She appears to want to cause the same mischievous mayhem that Art is doling out — but from the sidelines.
However, the only clue to her origin is a blink-and-you-miss-it newspaper clipping about the death of a young girl named Emily, who supposedly went missing in Art's funhouse lair some time ago. In an interview, director Damien Leone talks about how the Little Pale Girl’s purpose is to give Art someone to interact with.
He went on to explain, "So initially, this character was always going to be a creepy little girl to represent this demon, perhaps even Satan itself,” adding they will likely they will delve more into her purpose in “Terrifier 3.” Until then, she's a frightening addition to the "Terrifier" mythology that adds even more intrigue to what these gruesome pantomimes represent.