Combe Gibbet is a gibbet at the top of a hill near the village of Combe in Berkshire. It was erected in 1676 for the purpose of hanging George Broomham and Dorothy Newman and has only ever been used for them. The gibbet was placed in such a prominent location as a warning, to deter others from committing crimes.
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By: Hinkkanen
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