The Carpenter’s Tale

 

Title: The Carpenter’s Tale – A short(ish) story                                                                

Frank Ward stood back and admired his craftsmanship. He had built his gallows from solid oak, with a drop height of eight feet and six inches, which according to Charles Duff in The Handbook of Hanging was precisely the drop required to snap the neck of a 175lb man.

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