Late at night the deranged scientist, Dr Frankenstein, returns home to his little shed in the loft of an old iron-works factory. He enthusiastically greets the corpse lying on his work table and treats himself to a bottle of champagne and sausages. After eagerly adding some finishing touches to the corpse, Dr Frankenstein slowly reveals the creature to be a beautiful woman. Dr Frankenstein turns a generator on and hooks himself up to the Lady Creature. Using incantations, a broken piano, and the reverberations of sound, he parapsychologically gives it life. It all goes wrong when he overexerts himself in the process and is knocked unconscious.
Lady Creature takes her first breath and begins to feel sensations all throughout her body. As she starts to move and walk, the door of the shed magically opens and she unwittingly walks right past Dr Frankenstein’s unconscious body and out into the darkness. Terrified and bewildered, she frantically stumbles through the labyrinth of the foundry. As she wanders, lost and alone, it becomes clear that while her face and torso are cosmetically exquisite, her limbs are dysfunctional and misshapen and she also has difficulty breathing.
Suddenly, The Creature stumbles into her. This is her first encounter with another living being and she is curious and overjoyed. The Creature is cautious and wary. He is extremely thin and tall and also misshapen, with a claw for a hand, over-sized genitals, and exposed nerve-endings on his spine that are made out of broken musical instruments. They eventually embrace and explore each other’s broken and crippled bodies.
Before long, Dr Frankenstein reappears and is infuriated to find Lady Creature bonding with his old nemesis and failed-experiment, The Creature. He attempts to take her back but a battle ensues between him and The Creature. Alarmed by their sudden viciousness, Lady Creature swells into a giant, engulfing The Creature and Dr Frankenstein. All three merge into a huge, oscillating shadow of a monster.