Macbeth returns to and receives 3 more prophecies from the witches in the form of apparitions. 1) He should fear Macduff, 2) None of woman born can harm him and 3) He shall not be defeated until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill Shall come against him. The witches tell Macbeth not to worry and that his reign will not be stopped.
Out Damned spot!
here lies lady macbeth
In order to eliminate all chances of failure Macbeth and his spouse send over more guards to murder all of woman born including Macduff Thane of Fifes family specifically. His children and wife die, but Macduff just barely survives and escapes.
Macduff Thane of Fife decides to team up with the son of the former Monarch, Malcolm. They discuss plans and deduce a strategy to take down the Power-crazed King. They stick together and plan to strike in Birnam wood in order to rightfully set the status of king to Malcolm.
Hail Malcolm King of Scotland!
Lady Macbeth starts hallucinating, re-enacting the murder of Duncan in her sleep and even try's to wash invisible blood off her hands. She finally realizes she has gone mad with guilt and almost immediately after commits suicide. Macbeth hears of his wife's tragic death but is too caught up with his own fake sights to care
Macbeth heads over to Birnam wood, in response, Macduff and Malcolm take the opportunity to sneak up on him and strike. They are able to travel in the forest unseen by disguising themselves as trees while traveling
Macduff duels and is able to kill Macbeth as he revealed he was not of woman born (Ultimately ripped from his mother's womb and delivered via C-section) and so restores peace to Scotland and announces Malcolm the newest king of Scotland ending the play and the killing spree of Scotland's bloodiest Man to live.