The evening fell and Rebekah and Katherine were sneaking down the woods. Rebekah had called Katherine to tell her she had a plan and she needed her help.
“Where are we going?” Katherine wanted to know.
“To Klaus’s hiding place” Rebekah vaguely explained. She walked through the cemetery and stopped at a grave. The stone said: “Here lies Esther Mikaelson, beloved wife and mother”
“What are we doing at your mother’s grave?” Katherine asked confused and a little disrespectful.
Rebekah didn’t respond, but bowed mbele and removed the stone. Katherine came closer and noticed the grave was empty. Instead there was a stone stairs leading to a dark hole. Rebekah climbed down and Katherine looked around, uncertain of what to do.
“I need wewe to come down” Rebekah shouted and her voice sounded hollow. Katherine followed Rebekah into the grave and realized what Rebekah meant kwa ‘Klaus’s hiding place’ Three coffins were placed inayofuata two each other, one of them certainly containing Elijah’s body. Rebekah walked to the middle one.
“It’s this one” she alisema confident.
“How do wewe know for sure?” Katherine asked.
“Easy enough” Rebekah replied. She pointed at the left one. “Finn’s older” She pointed at the right one. “Kol’s younger” She opened the middle coffin and proved her right. She took the dagger in her hands.
“Wait!” Katherine alisema loud. “If Klaus finds out wewe undaggered Elijah he’ll be furious”
“Are wewe telling me I should ask my brother permission to undagger my other brother? I think not” Rebekah objected and she pulled the dagger out of Elijah’s undead heart.
At first nothing happened, but then slowly but surely, the veins faded and the blue grey skin color was replaced kwa the familiar pale. His eyelids flashed open and Rebekah smiled.
“Wake up, sleepy head”