'Mr Utterson came home feeling quite sombre. After he had eaten his dinner he went straight upstairs to his office to examine the will of Dr Jekyll. The will detailed that on Dr Jekyll's death all of his possessions were to pass to onto his friend and benefactor Edward Hyde. Mr Utterson was disappointed with the will and it caused him great anger.'
Hmm... I wonder where Mr Hyde could be.
Mr Utterson went to see his and Dr Jekyll's old friend to ask if he knows who Edward Hyde is however he does not which causes Mr Utterson to worry.' Did you ever come across a protege of his-one Hyde?' he asked. 'Hyde?' repeated Lanyon. 'No never heard of him.Since my time'
You are Mr Hyde aren't you?
How do you know?
Mr Utterson had constant nightmares about Dr Jekyll being blackmailed by Mr Hyde into giving him money.
Oh No! If Mr Hyde finds out about Dr Jekyll's will then he might murder him!
He then decided to look for Mr Hyde as he thought seeing Mr Hyde's face will remove the nightmares once and for all.
Mr Utterson eventually found Mr Hyde but when Mr Hyde asked him how he recognised him he said Dr Jekyll told Mr Utterson about him however Mr Hyde then accused him of lying which caused Mr Hyde to be suspicious.
A worrying thought crept upon Mr Utterson's mind which was that if Mr Hyde found out about Dr Jekyll's will he might try and murder Dr Jekyll.