We are here to search your home. We have a suspicion that a crime was committed here.
The rising action shows the events that eventually lead up to the climax. During the rising action in "The Tell Tale Heart", the narrator checks in on the old man every night for eight nights, however the eighth night is different. "This I did for seven nights. But The eye was always closed."
The climax is the turning point of the story, It is usually the most interesting also. During the climax of "The Tell Tale Heart", the narrator kills the old man by suffocating him with a matress. "I dragged him to the floor and pulled the heavy bed over him."
The falling action is the part of the story where most of the questions are answered and the story starts to wrap up. The falling action in "The Tell Tale Heart" is when the police come to the old man's house and ask to search it. "Three policemen had came in... They were sent to search the place."