The Narrator entered almost every night to the old man's house to check him and his "Evil Eye". The Old Man's "Evil Eye" was bothering the Narrator which led to the Narrator always checking on the Old Man. The Narrator never really spoke to the Old Man, but the Old Man's eye was what bothered him the most.
One day when the Narrator was more careful than usual, he went into the old man's room to check on him and eye, then the old man woke up! he knew somebody was in his house and asked "Who's there?" but nobody answered. The Narrator on the other hand was hiding behind the door with his lantern and just stood still as if nothing happened. Suddenly the Narrator got mad and starting breathing hard.
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The Narrator lifted the Old Man's heavy bed on top of the Old Man, killing him in the process. The Narrator once again lifted up the bed and checked if the Old Man was dead, and there he was dead cold on the floor. The Narrator checked if he was really dead and he was, he was dead. The Narrator cut the Old Man in to pieces and hid the pieces along the floor.
What is this sound? It feels like it is getting louder and louder! I-It's the Old Man's Heart!
3 Police men came for the Police station, reporting that the neighbor heard a scream from the Old Man's house and called the police to report foul play coming from the old man's house.
The Narrator opened the door to see who it was and it was 3 policemen that were called by the neighbor. The Narrator acted kindly as to not arouse any suspicion. He invited them over to talk and showed them the Old Man's treasures and fortunes. He also said that the scream that was heard was his and that the old man was on vacation, and that he was taking care of the house.
The Narrator hears a loud sound and it is surprised when the 3 policemen don't hear it. He is becoming insane . He was trying to talk to the police officers to see if the sound was going to stop but instead got even louder. The Narrator finally said that he was the one who killed the old man and that he couldn't bear the sound anymore.