Originally posted by rubberjaw30 explain this suicide scene
a man has hung himself in a room with nothing in it except for a piece of rope (used to hang himself) a high window (near the ceiling) and a waterfaucet
let me rephrase this so it makes more sense...
a detective is dropped into a room from window
there is NOTHING in the room except for a dead man, suspended from a rafter on a ceiling that is 30 ft (somewhere in the neighborhood of a 9-10 mceiling) by a rope around his neck which is only 6 ft (2m) long
there is a regular garden faucet in the corner.
how did the dead man do it?
Originally posted by AThousandYoung The drainage is very slow. All it takes to counter the drainage is to have the tap on. With the tap off, the water will start to drain away, like in my bathtub which has a partially clogged drain.
i don't recall mentioning any drainage in the original scenario