Physical Description and AppearancesEdit
She is not shown during the purge, but her dress is shown in the cellar of the cabin. She is almost summoned by Jules Louden by wearing the necklace displayed on the wedding dress when the group is inside the cellar. We could just assume "The Bride" was killed on her honeymoon by her newlywed husband that night as a sacrifice for the dark lords. but her spirit was painfully tormented, corrupted. Then her soul became demented.
This monster could be a reference to "The Bride" trope of horror films such as Bride of Frankenstein, Bride of Chucky, Bride of The Creature (from the Black Lagoon), the Bloodsplatterd Bride, or Gorgeous' Aunt in Hausu.
May also be a satirical jibe at the character of Miss Havisham from Charles Dicken's book Great Expectations (1861).