Shakespeare's Macbeth: The Murder Of King Duncan

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Bloody Daggers Death of King Duncan In the Glamis castle owned by Macbeth at midnight 12 November 1556, Duncan the King of Scotland has been murdered. It has been reported that the king was murdered on his bed by a dagger, also found 2 grooms of King Duncan they were both covered in blood also. It is suspected that the guards have killed King Duncan because they had blood all of them. They were found holding the same daggers that were used to kill King Duncan with. There is talk in the town that the guards were getting revenge on King Duncan because of the work that the guards were doing for him. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth are both very upset about the crime that has just happened they both said they did not hear anything on the night. image Reported by Daniel Christensen imageGlamis Castle is located in the country of Aberdeen. While King Duncan was asleep in his chambers the death occurred, apparently nobody heard anyone coming into the room and leaving the room not…show more content…
On this night there has been lots of commotion in the castle and the alarm bell was rung, shortly after the murder of King Duncan Macduff which was the first to react said “murder hath broke ope the lord`s antinone and stole thence the life of building". Banquo stood up for the murder of King Duncan and he was determined to find the killer he said "against the undivulged pretence I fight of treasonous malice". All of the citizens in the city were shocked after hearing about the murder of King Duncan. At the night of King Duncan’s death people heard shrieks in the night. The main suspects of King Duncan’s murder are Malcom and Donalbain. Malcom Donalbain have both escaped the castle and have left the country due to the fact that this has happened Macbeth will be made the King. The coronation of Macbeth will be announced shortly. So far with the knowledge at hand the killer King Duncan of Scotland is

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