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Sitting watching waiting for the opportune moment to sneak in and end a life Are you scared yet This treacherous story the Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe follows a devious maniac through his journey with a murder This all involves floorboards an evil eye and a crazed gentleman The narrator is quite the homicidal genius because of his dreadfully creepy personality intelligence and his psychotic ways Obviously Mr Narrator is creepy for the fact he can watch a man sleep for hours upon hours of a night Every night about midnight I would turn the latch of his door and open it-oh so gently So the narrator clearly has no problem at all treating this man as if he were a vegetable chopping him up into bite sized pieces and all First of all I dismembered the corpse as he said I must say I have caught myself talking to no one quite a number of times but I still find it somewhat odd to see a man talk to himself as much as our dear narrator does Im sure youre getting chills just thinking of him Even though our dear narrator gives us all the creeps hes quite the thinker He cleverly blueprinted out how he would do everything for the next week leading up to the grand faunally of the old mans life He went through it just as planed every night just at twelve I looked in upon him while he slept Though this would be the part of his plan to fail he knew the exact words he would utter to the police The shriek I said was my own in a dream The old man I mentioned was absent in the country said just like that As was said before cutting up the old man to make him a suitable size for his new home underneath the floor is quite disturbing yes but also a remarkable hiding place Brilliant
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