Hell On Wheels Season 4. Was Ruth’s death an execution or a suicide? What do you think? Tell us your opinion!
Sweet Ruth, the religious woman, was hanged on the last episode of Hell on Wheels season 4 and we have not yet reacted. We love her!
It’s true that she had killed a man, but this man was Sydney Snow, the killer of Ezra, son’s Ruth. Sydney was simply brutal and nobody loved her in Cheyenne. The world is better off without him!
However, Governor Campbell wanted to do ‘justice’ and Ruth is condemned to die in court. Why? Firstly, because she pleads guilty in spite of Cullen Bohannon’s efforts to save her.
Ruth was absolutely depressed and from the beginning, it’s clear that she wanted to die.
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Afterwards, Governor Campbell wants to pardon her. She doesn’t accept!
Cullen Bohannon is willing to escape from Cheyenne with her. She refuses!
Everybody, from Psalms to Eva, wants Ruth continue living in Cheyenne. Except her!
Then, was Ruth’s death an execution or a suicide?
Suicide definition: Suicide is the act of deliberately causing one’s own death. It’s often carried out as a result of despair, commonly attributed to a mental disorder such as depression.
Anyway, Ruth’s death was absolutely tragic. We’ll miss her! R.I.P.
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Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you! Fall is exciting and full of possibilities!