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That eye! I must get rid of it...
A narrator is vexed by an old man's eye, the "eye of a vulture...pale blue, with a film over it." He will get rid of it even if that means the old man goes down with it.
The narrator is insanely kind to the old man in the days leading you to the carrying-out of his plan so that he won't suspect a thing but...
Each night he sneaks into the man's room while he's sleeping but sees, with the light of the lantern, that the eye is closed, he can't kill without motivation.
Alas, the night had come, the eye was open, the narrator was motivated. The job was done with only one shriek.
The narrator cleans up the crime scene and hides the body beneath some floor boards just in time for the police to show up answering a concerned neighbor who heard the old man screech, but when he sits down to speak to the cops, he places his seat directly over the body.
Sure that the cops could hear the "body's" heart beating (it was actually his), the narrator was driven to insanity guilt and admitted to killing the man.
They must be able to hear it
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