Turning Point in Macbeth Act 3

In Act 3 of Macbeth, which things start to unravel and fall apart turning against Macbeth ?

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I think the turning point is when the ghost of Banquo shows up at the banquet. Macbeth begins to mutter and shout half confessions at the ghost as well as drool all over the place. None of the other guests can see the ghost: this is Macbeth dealing with his own sins. From this point forward, Macbeth becomes more paranoid and emotionally unhinged.