The Wilis – ghostly spirits of brides that died before their weddings – appear under the moonlight, among the tombs of the quiet village graveyard. They notice the gamekeeper. Tormented by guilt, he came to visit Giselle’s grave. Following the order of the merciless Queen of the Willis, Myrtha, they surround Hans in a ghostly circle, and dance until he drops dead on the ground. Albrecht too, is unable to forget Giselle. He comes to her grave in the dead of night. The Wilis immediately surround the young man. He too shall suffer the same horrible fate as the gamekeeper. But Giselle’s spirit appears to protect him from the wrath of the Wilis. The girl’s pure and selfless love guards and saves Albrecht. The white phantom Wilis disappear with the first rays of rising sun. Giselle’s ethereal spirit disappears as well, but she will always live in Albrecht’s memory as eternal regrets and dreams of a lost love – a love that is stronger than death itself.