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Poole is worried about what has happened to his master, Dr. Jekyll. Jekyll has locked himself in his laboratory. When Poole goes to check on him, it does not sound like Jekyll. This scares all of Jekyll's servants. He asks Utterson for help.
Utterson! Come Quick. I think something has happened to my master. He has shut him self up in that room again. And hasn't come out in a while.
Mr. Poole inform Utterson that he is scared about what may have happened to his master. He thinks the Hyde did something to Jekyll. All of the maids and butlers go around the house and make sure it is secure while Poole and Utterson go to break into the laboratory
DR! Utterson wants to see you!
Tell him I can't see anyone!
That's not Jekyll's voice! That's Hyde's! Down with the door Poole!
Hyde is dead. Your master must have fled or is being held somewhere.
At the end of this chapter, Utterson finds a big pouch containing three documents. The first one is a will, but instead of Hyde's name, it is replaced with Utterson's. The next one is a note to utterson with that day's date. Utterson assumes Jekyll is alive. The last document is a note telling him to go and read the note from Lanyon, and if he want to read more, he can read the confession of "Your worthy and unhappy friend, Henry Jekyll"
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