According to Horatio, what is the reason for the ghost’s departure in Scene 1?
The ghost disappears when the Danish drink
The cocks began to crow, signaling that it was morning
It was only an illusion, so it was never there in the first place
Phantoms only materialize for moments at a time
b The cocks began to crow, signaling that it was morning
And then it started like a guilty thingUpon a fearful summons. I have heardthat is the trumpet to the morn,Doth with his lofty and shrill-sounding throatAwake the god of day, and, at his warning,Whether in sea or fire, in earth or air,Th' extravagant and erring spirit hiesTo his confine, and of the truth hereinThis present object made probation.