Police say a woman who lives in the home found her husband dead in the garage.
His hands and feet were tied and the body had been decapitated.
Tulsa police told KRMG news the death was due to suicide.
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So...what? He hopped into a whirling blade?
Ah...now I understand more after reading the comments below the story. So perhaps he hanged himself, and this was a result. Still, a poorly written story.
Horrific way to find your husband. Terrible article, makes barely any sense.
how do you tie your own hands?
I'll have to go look for that story.
But getting back to your original question...maybe he used his teeth? (Not trying to be funny.)
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ETA: this story doesn't say it, but I thought they'd ruled it was a suicide. Back to looking....
This article says he committed suicide because he thought his lymphoma, which had been treated previously, had returned. More details in the article:
The whole thing makes no sense to me.
The ratio of body weight to rope length answers why one ends up decapitated from a hanging. There is something called a Table of Drops out there that gives you the precise numbers for what rope length to use, per weight of a person.
But then again, if this isn't a botched hanging, there is the chance that he did what others have done in the past: brought himself down on a table/circular saw to accomplish the deed. Either way it goes, I am sure his poor wife has been traumatized beyond belief, by what she saw...
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Tulsa police say a woman came home to find her husband dead in the garage.
Police said the man was found with his hands and feet bound and he had been decapitated. Police surrounded the home near 45th & Sheridan during the investigation.
Police told FOX23 the death was suicide. FOX23 has spoken to the family and is honoring their request for privacy.
I read about this elsewhere, but can't remember where. Call it a rumor then, but the man hanged himself, and that is how he was decapitated. Now, how he did it all with his hands tied (in front or in back? Dunno) who knows? IIRC, his head wasn't completely detached.
Am I going to hate myself for posting this? LOL, this account is as best I can remember, and my memory is not what it used to be.
Rope is too long and the head can pop off, rope is too short and they die of slow strangulation instead of a broken neck.
I get how you can bind your own feet... but how would you bind your own hands?
IDK I still have trouble buying suicide. Too much drop could only be an answer if he was dropping from 2 or more stories. Or if he used something like a wire to make the noose. Though the suggestion that he tied himself to the chair then dropped and the added weight caused the decapitation is intriguing. Though I am not sure how a man could tie himself to a chair, climb up and maneuver into the drop. That seems pretty awkward.
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A century ago they shorted the standard drop length likely because that is exactly what was happening. Still seems surprising for inside a garage though.
Old drop vs modern drop rope lengths:
14.0 stone (196 lb, 89 kg) 8 ft 0 in (244 cm) 5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
13.5 stone (189 lb, 86 kg) 8 ft 2 in (249 cm) 5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
13.0 stone (182 lb, 82Â¾kg) 8 ft 4 in (254 cm) 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
12.5 stone (175 lb, 79Â½kg) 8 ft 6 in (259 cm) 5 ft 11 in (180 cm)
My thoughts are that someone that bounds their hands together (and/or feet) prior to committing suicide does so because they want to make sure they complete the suicide and not panic and try to save themselves.
And your theory is sound. The very long drop plus binding feet and hands etc.... No chance to back out. Seems like a bit of "overkill" if you ask me, but still a sound theory. The guy in the video mentions insurance payout....if that was the whole idea it was just plain stupid.