One of the other men held the hangman's noose while McFarlin knocked on the door. Racheal brushed her hands on her apron, placed a smile on her face and answered the door. Her smile brought the rage bubbling over in McFarlin. He grabbed her by the hair pulling her through the yard and down to the bridge. She begged him to let her go and she begged the other men to help her but they didn't. The rope went around her neck as tears ran down her face. McFarlin and his men cheered that there was one less witch in the world as Racheal Finn's lifeless body swang by the neck underneath the bridge.
Years later McFarlin took his wife on a carriage ride across that same bridge. Right as they past the bridge Mrs. McFarlin started screaming uncontrolable. They say what mind she had was lost after crossing that bridge. Some say Racheal the Witch made her see her lying heart.