How (specificially) do each of the characters die in And Then There Were None?I understand they go in accordance with the "Ten Little Indians" poem, but I need to know their specific deaths..like...

How (specificially) do each of the characters die in And Then There Were None?

I understand they go in accordance with the "Ten Little Indians" poem, but I need to know their specific deaths..like for example, how does Vera die?

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Anthony Marston was poisoned with potassium cyanide which was put into his drink.

Mrs. Rogers was killed was killed with an overdose of Chloral Hydrate, a drug that helps you sleep.  It was put into her brandy.

General Macarthur was hit on the back of the head "with a life preserver or some such thing".

Mr. Rogers was hit in the back of the head with an ax or "bigger chopper".

Miss Brent was put to sleep with the chloral hydrate and then when she was drowsy a strong solution of potassium cyanide was injected into her neck.

Dr. Armstrong was pushed over a cliff and dashed against the rocks during a storm. He drowned.

Mr. Blore had a heavy marble clock dropped on him from the second story of the house.

Mr. Lombard was shot by Vera Claythorne

Vera Claythorne hung herself

Justice Wargrave then shot himself in the head.

 

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