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Who Invented The Electric Chair?

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Thomas Edison, in conjunction with the New York State Legislature back in 1899.
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The electric chair is a technique of execution in which the individual being executed is belted to a chair and electric current is administered to the person with the help of electrodes positioned on the body. This execution mode is used mainly in the United States of America and has evolved into a sign of the death penalty there. However, its usage is now facing decline.

The concept of making use of an electric current as a technique of execution was first thought of by Albert Southwick, after he saw a drunken man die after touching a live wire on a generator. Harold P Brown who was earlier employed by Thomas Edison was the one to have designed the very first electrical chair that was suited to practical use. As Edison promoted Brown's research, he is often mistaken as inventing the electric chair himself.
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Harold edith
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