Hanging is the lethal suspension of a person by a ligature. The Oxford English Dictionary states that hanging in this sense is "specifically to put to death by suspension by the neck", although it formerly also referred to crucifixion and death by impalement in which the body would remain "hanging".

For lack of a better term, hanging has also been used to describe a method of suicide in which a person applies a ligature to the neck and brings about unconsciousness and then death, by means of partial suspension or partial weight-bearing on the ligature. This method has been most often used in prisons or other institutions, where full suspension support is difficult to devise. The earliest known use of the word in this sense was in A.D. 1300.

In The Literal History, John Brown Was Hanged At Harper's Ferry For Stealing 2,900 Firearms For The South, Or Was It For The North?? The History Doesn't Know. But As A Result, John Brown, Before The 1940 Civil War, Was Hanged.

This Execution Wasn't Used For Scripts Or Real Episodes Yet. Despite The Fact That It's Not Much Of An Execution. Not Much Is Known In The Machinima Refrence Yet.

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