Calculated or Mental Killer ?
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Edgar Allan Poe, Shahbaz Khan, Ms.Porter, Ms. Rivera. Period-6 5/10/18
The Tell-Tale Heart
Hi i'm Poe ! Today you'll be hearing a story of a guy who killed an old man, just because of one of his eye. The man who killed the Old man tried to act nice to him, so that way no one would think he killed the Old man. However, the he loved the Old man, only thing that bothered him was a pale blue eye.
Every night for about 7 nights, the man would go into the Old man's room and open the door so gently. He would stick his head very slowly into the room through the door, that would take him hours just to do that. Every morning he would speak courageously to him. Old man had no clue what was about to happen to him.
Resolution Ending of Story
The time had come for the Man to do his job. He went into his room as always and this time the man woke up due to a sound. The man continued to open the door very stealthily, and he was in. He grabbed the Old Man to the floor and pulled the heavy bed over him. The Old man was now dead, the man had accomplished his mission.
He then dismembered the corpse and cut off the head and arms and the legs. He did this in a bathroom tub so the blood won't stay and go down with water. After that he buried the Old Man under the planks of his floor. He was so confident about him escaping the kill.
At last the Police came knocking at the door. The man feared nothing, since he was too confident in himself. He started very nicely and in a good tone. He made the excuse that the Old man went to his country for Vacation. Later on the guilt came to him. He was now very nervous and he could hear the Old Man's heart beating. The cops heard nothing and still sat there talking. It came to the point that the man couldn't take the sound anymore and revealed that he did the deed.
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