In this brief scene, we learn that even if the authorities had brought back Blackie, he would still feel guilty for his part in the murder of Tulkinghorn. This is because he is the one who caused the death, and he is responsible for the whole thing. The narrator tells us that he will not tell Blackie about this, because he will have to forget about him. He tells the audience that he has a nightmare in which he imagines that Blackie is being chased by a "bloody yama" . He runs away, but is interrupted by the sound of a woman's voice. The woman tells the narrator that her husband was one of the victims of "Madam situ. situ" , and she begs the authorities to hand over the "witch" to her. She also tells her husband that the "taoist master" should come out and explain what happened. She tells him to kill the witch to "eliminate future problems"