May 20, 2024 7:20 am

End of the Rope Brings an Infamous True Story to Life in New Western Movie
End of the Rope Brings an Infamous True Story to Life in New Western Movie

End of the Rope Brings an Infamous True Story to Life in New Western Movie

“In the early morning hours of January 29, 1931, a mob broke into the small stone jail at Schafer, North Dakota, and seized Charles Bannon. The mob hanged Bannon from a nearby bridge. It was North Dakota’s last lynching,” reads Mike Hagburg’s piece on the history of North Dakota courts. The story is now being told in the tense Western thriller, End of the Rope, which will be released on demand and on digital platforms May 17. It’s a dusty, gritty film wich a runtime of nearly two hours and 20 minutes. You can watch the trailer for the film above, and check out a clip and more information below.

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​The infamous true story of the last lynching in North Dakota gets explored in the new Western thriller, End of the Rope. Read More