"Villains! I killed him rip up the floor planks here here."
Rising action is when the suspense builds. When the man is stalking him with the goal of taking the old man's eye, and creaks open the door to be confronted by the scared old man.
The falling action is after the climax and questions are answered. The scene where the man conveniently cleans up the body in the bathtub and then cuts him up and he hides remain's in the floor panels.
The resolution is when the outcomes are clear. In "The Tell-Tale Heart", the resolution is the questioning from the police and when he admits his guilt.