Place of Execution - Netflix
On a freezing December night in 1963 a 13-year-old girl vanished without trace - the mystery was never solved. More than 40 years later, the dramatic events surrounding the disappearance and the hunt for the killer resurface when a high-flying TV journalist makes a documentary about the case. But what she finds will shatter the past - and the lives of everyone involved…
Runtime: 60 minutes
Place of Execution - Execution Dock - Netflix
Execution Dock was a place in the River Thames near the shoreline at Wapping, London, that was used for more than 400 years to execute pirates, smugglers and mutineers who had been sentenced to death by Admiralty courts. The “dock” consisted of a scaffold for hanging. Its last executions were in 1830.
Place of Execution - Location - Netflix
Some sources state there is a large “E” on the Thames side of the building at Swan Wharf, indicating the site of Execution Dock. Another source states it was approximately where the London Overground station now stands.
Place of Execution - References - Netflix