The Tell-Tale Heart By Casandra Dormeus

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  • Don't worry, I'll pay for your groceries!
  • Why thank you, you're so kind!
  • He has no idea what is to come to him! The vulture eye shall soon be gone!
  • It is nothing but the wind in the chimney-it is only a mouse crossing the floor.
  • "The Tell-Tale Heart" By Edgar Allen Poe A Storyboard by Casandra Dormeus
  • Alas! He is dead and I have rid myself of the Vulture eye forever!
  • I was never nicer to the old man than the week before I killed him. He would have never suspected what his fate would be at the end of the week. He was such a nice old man, but his evil vulture eye ignites a strong hatred within me. I must get rid of the vulture eye...
  • How clever am I to dismember the man in a bathtub, and drain his blood here!
  • The old man heard me and laid awake in fear. He tried convincing himself that the noise I made was the wind in the chimney. What a fool! Little does he know what will occur to him in the moments to follow...
  • Who would've thought he killed the old man! He was so charming...
  • OKAY FINE! The old man who shrieked lays here beneath this floor!
  • While the old man laid awake in fear after hearing my presence, I pushed the bed on top of him and listened until his heart stopped beating. The beating eventually came to a stop, and the man was dead. I finally got rid of the vulture eye.
  • I cleverly dismembered the man, draining his blood in the bath tub. Afterwards, I placed the man and his limbs beneath the scantlings.  Oh, how clever I am! And you think me a mad man!
  • The police arrived after a concerned neighbor called. I let them into the house, even offered them a seat and had a conversation with them right on top of where I hid the old man's body! As the conversation carried on, guilt began to eat at me until I confessed that I killed the old man and revealed where he was hidden.
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