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This story, to me, is like a thriller but with suspense. The narrator claims of being tempted to kill the old man to get himself away from the eye. The narrator happens to be the caretaker of this old man, whose one eye is pale blue.
The old man owns a house and has gold and other treasures in that house. According to the narrator, the old man is a nice person. The narrator claims of himself not being a madman, yet finds him going crazy over that one eye.
He is so bothered, he wants to get rid of the eye. The caretaker is driven to take the life of the old man and then consider he got rid of the eye forever. Then again, he looks upon the old man and found his pale blue eye with a film over it staring at him.
The caretaker was tempted to make up his mind to kill the old man. The bed of the old man is heavy. Therefore, the caretaker dragged the old man to the floor and pulled the heavy bed over him, and left him under it until he lost his last breath.
The horror is yet to come! To cover up the murder, caretaker than, dismembered the dead body in a tub so there would be no blood left to stain.
The caretaker may claim that he is not mad, but he is worse than mad! That, for him was a success in getting rid of the eye. Apparently, a neighbor had heard a shriek during the night.
The police had come for an investigation in the same morning. As questions were asked, the caretaker is suddenly struck by a sound.
The sound kept ringing in his ears, each time louder and louder. It was the sound of a heart, beating faster and louder. The policemen happen to be unaware of that sound.
Finally, he confessed the killing of the old man and shows the policemen where he had hidden the body. I honestly think this caretaker had a mental disorder, like mentioned of having a disease.The Tell-Tale Heart iT Listen!
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You will see, you will hear how healthy my mind is. My easy, quiet manner made the policemen believe my story. So they sat talking with me in a friendly way. But although I answered. Buy our best-selling ebook: “The Ultimate How To Guide on Surviving Long Distance Love“.
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