How did each person die in And Then There Were None?
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Just so, who killed everyone in and then there were none?
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. The murderer was the judge, Mr John Lawrence Wargrave a.k.a Mr. Justice Wargrave who planned a murder masterpiece that cannot be solved by anyone. He faked his own death and killed himself in the end to add spice to the mystery.
Furthermore, how did Justice Wargrave kill everyone? The judge fakes his own death by pretending to have been shot in the head. The epilogue of And Then There Were None reveals that Wargrave is responsible for all the deaths. He wanted to enforce his own version of justice. Wargrave commits suicide by shooting himself.
Besides, how did Vera die in And Then There Were None?
When she opens the door, she finds a noose with a chair under it. This invitation convinces Vera to hang herself, and she dies, believing that Hugo is in the room and approves of her suicide.
Who did Vera Claythorne shoot?
Charge. "Vera Elizabeth Claythorne, that on the 11th day of August, 1935, you killed Cyril Ogilvie Hamilton." Her last job was working as a governess to, the young heir to a wealthy family. While working there, she fell in love with Cyril's uncle Hugo Hamilton.