الله يكون يعون الرآفعة يلي حملتو
لكن 1916 كآن في روآفع بكفآئة انهآ ترفع فيل ..؟
2) The Gargantuan Gallows Erwin, Tennessee, holds the dubious honour of being the site of the world’s only known elephant lynching. In 1916, an elephant named Mary belonging to Sparks World Famous Shows attacked and killed an inexperienced handler named Red Eldridge. Although the story has been told and retold to the point of obfuscating true details, it was clear that no town would give Sparks a licence to operate with a dangerous elephant in tow. Officials were left with the problem of how to safely put down Mary without any specialised equipment. They finally settled on death by hanging, to be performed at the local railroad station using a powerful derrick car. According to legend, the execution was bungled, making the entire story a sad state of affairs. Today in Erwin you can visit the Hanging Elephant Antique Shop for all your pachyderm-lynching souveneir needs.