[Help] Knot to hold suspension point for hanging?

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rainonme

rainonme

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May 22, 2020
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Hey all, I'm a fairly new user, so I'm sorry that I've been posting a lot but I plan to CTB soon. I got the rope today after hearing the comments on my last post, and sure enough, no questions.

However, the lady did say, "Are you going mountain climbing or something? (-:" as I bought a fairly large carabiner as well in case I needed it.
This made me feel a bit sad as she is helping me towards my death.

I am planning to hang myself from my wardrobe rod mounted in my closet. It's made out of solid wood, and I was able to do a few pullups on it even with the weight of my fairly stuffed clothing in there...so how do I make sure it holds onto the rod and doesn't come loose?

I've read through a lot of the How To Hang Yourself thread but it's filled with a lot of conversation and not much information.
 
rainonme

rainonme

Member
May 22, 2020
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A simple slip knot will anchor a rope to the rod. You can look up on line how to tie a slip knot if you don't know how. You may need to practice tying the knot but it is actually very easy to do. Here is a link for one https://www.101knots.com/slip-knot.html
Ah, I don't know why I was so stupid to realize I can do it on both ends lol...thank you so much!
 
Jblack

Jblack

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Oct 8, 2018
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Glad to help! We all have those moments, I have at least one an hour.