Mr Utterson went home and felt rather sad after the information he was told. In the evening, Mr Utterson came home feeling quite anxious.
Mr Utterson went upstairs and examined the will of Dr Jekyll. It is said when Dr Jekyll dies all of his possessions will go to Edward Hyde. If Dr Jekyll disappeared Mr Hyde would take his place.
He decides he will go to find Dr Lanyon who was an old friend of both Dr Jekyll and Mr Utterson. When Mr Utterson asked Dr Lanyon about Mr Hyde he said he had never heard of Mr Hyde and not spoken to Dr Jekyll to a long time. He said Dr Jekyll started going on a unscientific balderwash which means nonsense!
Once Mr Utterson had returned home, he kept having reoccurring nightmares of the incident that Mr Enfield told him about. He also kept and having dreams about his friend being blackmailed by Mr Hyde. He then decided that he would have to catch Mr Hyde
Finally the day came where Mr Utterson came face to face with Mr Hyde. He asks Mr Hyde can he see his face. Mr Hyde agrees. Mr Hyde asks Mr Utterson how he knows him, and Mr Utterson says through Dr Jekyll.
After this Mr Hyde accuses Mr Utterson of lying and he suddenly disappears into the house. Mr Hyde's butlers says they have to obey Mr Hydes orders. Mr Utterson heads home with a heavy heart, and he starts reflecting on his past and wonders if he's ever done something to be blackmailed and he knows Mr Hyde may have some secrets of his own. Finally Mr Utterson worries because if Mr Hyde knows about the will he may want to speed things up and possibly murder Dr Jekyll!