The Hairy man wanted an infant, but he never specified what kind of infant that he wanted. In the end, he was given a baby pig and he was never seen again. This happens right in the end of the story and the problem is solved, therefore it happens during the resolution.
I had a frightening dream last night. I dreamed that I was walking high up on an old railroad trestle, it looked like the one I used to walk on, recklessly, when I was 10 years old. At that height, my palms were sweating, just as they did when I was a boy. I could see the ground out of the corner of my eye. I felt a sickening sensation. I realised there were rats below; thousands and thousands of rats. They knew I was up on the trestle. They were laughing because they were sure they would get me. Their teeth glinted in the moonlight, and their red eyes were like reflectors that almost blinded my sight. Sensing there was something more hideous behind me, I kept moving forward. Then, I realized I was coming to a gap in the trestle; there was no way I was going back, I would have to step over the empty gap. I leapt out in despair, knowing I would never make it, and felt myself falling helplessly down to the swarm of rejoicing rats. I woke up bathed in a sweat, half expecting to find a rat in my hand.
I have only corrected the incorrect punctuation, but there may be some spelling errors and wrongly placed tense and vocabulary in the paragraph, still needing editing. I hope this was a help for you as I have always enjoyed the subject English in school.