Lester_t email@example.com (Lester T. Linpord) writes:
Years ago, my brother and I made a guillotine for a haunted house with two
8' long pieces of plywood about 6" wide. We routed a groove down the
middle of each piece. The two sides were held together with 18" pieces of
We made a blade out of painted plywood that slid down the groves. No one
could see how crude it was since the haunted house was dark.
It last a year or two until someone backed over it.
If you're reconstructing guillotines, then there's one chap to talk
to. Quite possibly _the_ living expert on the history of the
guillotine and its development.
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