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  • The Carew Murder Case
  • The Carew Murder Case
  • I remember giving this as a gift to Jekyll.
  • The Incident of the Letter.
  • "I swear to God I will never set eyes on him again."
  • One year later, October 18, Sir Danvers Carew was brutally clubbed to death. The event was witnessed by a servant who was sitting down near where the even took place. The servant recognised the man as Mr Hyde and informed both the police. A letter was found addressed to Mr Utterson, who later informed the police of Mr HYde's residence.
  • The Incident of the Letter
  • "There's a rather singular resemblance."
  • The next day both the inspectors and Mr Utterson go to the property in order to search it. At the property they find the other half of the stick that was used to club. The house looked ransacked and it was clear to the inspectors that Hyde had left the property quickly.
  • Remarkable Incident of Dr Lanyon
  • Utterson goes to visit Jekyll who looks 'deadly sick' and questions him as to whether he is hiding Hyde. Jekyll protests and attempts to persuade Utterson that he will never see him and shows him a letter from Hyde as proof.
  • Remarkable Incident of Dr Lanyon
  • Utterson asks Guest to examine an invitation from Jekyll and the letter supposedly given to Jekyll from Hyde. The handwriting is very similar and Utterson suspects Jekyll forged the letter in order to protect Hyde.
  • After 2 months of socialising, Dr Jekyll falls into depressing and Utterson consults Dr Lanyon, who he finds to be on his death-bed. Lanyon dies, leaving Utterson a letter marked not to be opened until the disappearance of Henry Jekyll.
  • "I have had a shock and I shall never recover."
  • After the death of Dr Lanyon, Utterson attempts to meet Dr Jekyll yet his attempts are in vain and Dr Jekyll is said to be living in isolation alone.
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