1 minutes | Apr 27, 2020

Trailer: The Condemned

COMING JUNE 1: In June 1888, death by electricity was made the official method of execution in New York. Invented in Buffalo, the electric chair and the executions done in Upstate New York would set the standard for the capital punishment used throughout the U.S. into present day. These are the stories of five men with different paths who were all were condemned to die in a machine that sent 1,000 or more volts through a person’s body for up to 3 minutes. For more information, see syracuse.com/condemned. Host – Sunny HernandezWritten and edited – Johnathan Croyle, Steve Carlic, Sonja DuntleyProduction – Katrina TullochGraphics – Christa LemczakMusic – Night Shadows by Galactic AnthemsThis is a syracuse.com production.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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