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Why is Victor accused of Clerval's murder?
Victor is seen on the beach with Clerval.
The "honest folk" of the village are suspicious of outsiders.
Mr. Kirwin does not believe his story and has him arrested.
A witness sees Victor trying to dispose of his "chemical appartus" and thinks it is the murder weapon.
Victor's reaction to seeing Clerval's body is full of guild and self-accusation.