Psycho - Chapter Ten Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Ten Summary

Norman finds himself back at the motel lobby, checking out another guest. He looks at the clock and is dumbfounded that four hours have passed since the detective was killed. Where did the time go? He has taken several drinks from the whiskey bottle, but he doesn't feel drunk. He knows that he must take care of Aborgast's body up at the house, regardless of how the blood makes him feel. He's locked Mother in her room and told her to stay silently there until he knows it's safe again. Norman methodically disposes of Aborgast's body and car, the same way he disposed of Mary Crane's. The entire time he works, Norman goes over his story in his head; Mary Crane came to stay one night in the hotel. He barely spoke to her. The next morning, she left, saying she...

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