Roderick Usher Sends a letter to his long forgotten friend asking him to come to the House of Usher For a visit so they can talk
Usher reveals that his twin sister Madeline passes, and Usher decides to keep her body in a room in one of the walls in the house. The narrator see's that Madeline’s cheeks and chest still have some color.
The narrator begins to hear strange noises in the house. One night, Usher comes to the narrator’s bed room and opens the window to fog and low hanging clouds. The narrator begins to read to Usher to calm him down.
As the narrator reads, The sounds come to life and echo around the house. Then they hear a scream. Usher falls over his chair in fright. Usher whispers that he’s been hearing sounds from his sister’s coffin and he fears he buried her alive. The door flies open and Madeline comes bursting through bloody.
Madeline leaps upon Roderick and the siblings die. Roderick most likely from shock and fear. Then the narrator flees the house.
As the narrator watches, he sees the house collapse. Until it is completely gone.