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The narrator is explaining how he is not crazy and how he is very sane, but while doing this he does not realize that his facial expressions are changing. The narrator also believes that something in him is making his senses stronger. He then then tells about the idea that popped into his head on killing an old man, because of his eye.
The narrator is sneaking into the old mans room while he is sleeping. The narrator did this at midnight for seven nights straight. He did this because he was so creep out by the narrators eye, but when he would go into the room the eye that reminded him of a vulture was always closed.
Come on in!!!
but on the eight night he walked in slightly laughing being cause he realized his own strength. This caused the old man to hear him and wake up yelling "who is there", so the narrator stood quite for an hour until the old man fell asleep or so he thought. After a while the narrator creeping came to an end when he accidentally shined a bit of light into the old mans widely opened Vultures eye, causing him to hearing the loudly beating of the old mans heart. The heart beat scared the narrator, so he smothered the old man with his bed.
HERE HE IS!!! I CAN'T TAKE IT ANY LONGER!!
the narrator looked at the old man and saw he was very dead. To fully get rid of the body he cut off the old mans head, arms, and legs. After this he placed the limbs in the floorboards of the old mans room.
At four o'clock that morning 3 police men came to the door and he opened it letting them in as if nothing happened. He even showed the officers all around the house, but not only this he let the men sit in the room in chairs and sat himself above the old mans body.
The way the narrator was acting convinced the policemen nothing happened. This allowed the policemen to stay seated without a care but the narrator kept hearing the beating of the old mans heart. Causing him to confess loudly then pulling the floor planks up showing he body parts of the old man.
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