What is the significance of what Macbeth hears when he kills Duncan?


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The ghostly voice Macbeth hears after murdering Duncan might be born of witchery or guilt, as Macbeth's guilt ridden countenance and bloody hands speak to his inability to handle the act of murder, he has committed. These words are significant because they represent his conscience.