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  • At the Macbeth castle, they were hosting a huge feast. One of Banquo's murderers were there, and told Macbeth of how the son; Fleance managed to get away. Macbeth returns to the feast and saw Banquo's ghost. Macbeth lost his mind and started talking to the ghost, confusing the rest of guests because they did not see anything. Macbeth went aside to get himself together.
  • The following day the three witches were in a cavern, when Macbeth came in demanding to know the truth about his future. All of a sudden, a floating head appeared telling him to beware of Macduff, as well as a girl covered in red paint telling him that no one woman born could harm him.
  • Finally, he saw a child wearing a crown telling him that nothing can happen to him until Birnham Wood moves to Dunsinane Hill. Macbeth thought this was preposterous, considering Birnham Wood is a forest.
  • Back at the castle, Lady Macbeth was slowly going insane. She was talking to herself as well as sleeping walking; she could not take all the pain that her and Macbeth had caused. Eventually, she was sent away, and was never seen again.
  • Macduff and Malcolm wanted to get revenge on Macbeth for killing their loved ones, so they had declared a war. They had used branches to hide, and moved closer to the castle. Macbeth saw out the window and noticed that the witches were right; Birnham Wood would move towards Dunsinane Hill. He went outside and prepared to fight.
  • Macduff confronted Macbeth, but Macbeth was not afraid because the vision told him no one born from woman could hurt him. Little did he know Macduff was dropped off as a baby because his parents were not able to have children. In the end, Macduff defeated Macbeth, and good had won against evil. The kingdom was restored. The end.
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