Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Factual error: Justine is accused of murdering Victor's young brother and is taken by police. A lynch mob takes her to the top of a fortress wall, drapes a noose around her neck and tosses her over the side. She falls for what looks like at least 8 metres. When the rope comes taut, she is killed but her head isn't ripped off by the force of the fall. Falling for that distance should have torn her head from her body.

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Victor Frankenstein: You do speak.
The Creature: Yes, I speak, and read, and think, and know the ways of men.

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