This scene opens with Banquo and his son [[Fleance]]. Macbeth also arrives and has a [[conversation]] with Banquo where Banquo says he has had [[dreams]] about the witches. Macbeth [[lies]] and says that he has not [[thought]] of them but also assures Banquo that he should remain [[loyal]] to him. Macbeth's [[mental]] decline continues to [[deteriorate]] when he experiences [[hallucinations]] about a floating [[dagger]]. He continues to have an [[internal]] struggle about what to do but then [[resolves]] to kill King Duncan though, 'I go and it is done. The bell invites me, hear it not Duncan, for it is a knell that summons thee to heaven or to [[hell]]'.