His body was buried in the holy isle of Iona, where many other Scottish kings were buried. It plays the critical role of a spectral villain, an invisible danger to the protagonist in William Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Macbeth and Banquo encountering the witches from Holinshed's Chronicles  A principal source comes from the Daemonologie of King James published in which included a news pamphlet titled Newes from Scotland that detailed the famous North Berwick Witch Trials of If no one ever caught caught for their crimes?
They produce horrific apparitions yet assure him he is safe from danger. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Macbeth showed this throughout the entire play.
Though Banquo challenges them first, they address Macbeth, hailing him as "Thane of Glamis," "Thane of Cawdor," and that he will "be King hereafter. Through out eyes, Macbeth morphs continuously into different characteristics in the space of just a few lines- yet unlike a typical tragic protagonist, he remains as barbaric as he was at the beginning through to the end The main character of the play, Macbeth, experiences a shift in control of his relationships as he gains more power.
King Duncan welcomes and praises Macbeth and Banquo, and declares that he will spend the night at Macbeth's castle at Inverness ; he also names his son Malcolm as his heir.
There are many different types of power, but the main two are necessary and unnecessary power. William Shakespeare's play Macbeth establishes the immense effect and influence of ambition.
MacBeth formed an alliance with his cousin the Earl of Orkney, and they defeated and killed Duncan near Elgin in The English forces overwhelm his army and castle.
In fact this claim was largely false: he retained much of Davenant's more popular business for the witches, and himself wrote a lengthy death speech for Macbeth.