Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

what might be a reason for stevenson's not telling us what happened to lanyon? what other important details are left unexplained at this point

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Apparently Jekyll's confession and transformation was so shocking to the very logical Lanyon, that he dies. I think Stevenson keeps the exact details about his demise a secret to spur the reader's own imagination to what terrible things took place.