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Torture

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Torture Project 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul's Thumbscrew

 

Cody's Dunking Stool

 

Out of all the torcher devices, this one is probably one of the worst. Most of the time people placed in this chair would drown. The lucky ones that survived the dunking died of shock. How many times they were dunked was all up to the judge, sometime it was until death.

 The ducking stool is a wooden chair with arm and foot binds. The user was strapped in the chair and they were dunked into a river or lake. The ducking stool was used in the fifteen hundreds. They used simple machines like pulleys and seesaws to make this torcher device work.

 The purpose was to teach women to be polite. If a women was caught being rude or shrewish they would be sentenced to the ducking stool. This was also a way of testing witches. They thought that if you were a witch that you could breathe under water and if you drowned that meant you were a human. It was also used in cases of illegitimate children, which meant the woman was sleeping around with other men.

 The last known use of the ducking stool was in the early eight teen hundreds in Plymouth. Since then it has been outlawed, and deemed immoral.

Will's Heretic's Fork  

 

Kyle's

Cat's Paw

 

 

   
 

 Impaler Weapons

 
 

 

 

Jack's Cage

 

     

 

 Courtney's Wheel

 
   

 

 

 

  Head Crusher  

 

Interrogation Chair

 

The Rack

 

 

 

Another Rack

 

 

 

     

 

 

 
 

 

   

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

Neck Breaker

 

     

   

 

Pitchforks

 

Irons

 

Impaler Weapons

 

Jail Door

   
 

 Zach's Chasity Belt

 
 

Ashley's

Spanish Donkey

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