He came in fifth place at a qualifying marathon for the Olympics with a 2-hour, minute finish 11 minutes slower than the Olympic marathon winner. Turing died of cyanide poisoning, in what is widely believed to have been a suicide. In a way Graham is also a perfect contrast to the imperfect Psychoanalyst. Afterward at home, Ann then angrily demands a divorce from John. However, a leg injury held back his athletic ambitions that year. Though he was considered an average student, Turing was dedicated enough to his schooling that when a general strike prevented him from taking the train to his first day at his new elite boarding school, the year-old rode his bike the 62 miles instead. Turing immediately got to work designing a codebreaking machine called the Bombe an update of a previous Polish machine with the help of his colleague Gordon Welchman. He has been the subject of a play and an opera, and referenced in multiple novels and numerous musical albums. He rationalizes it by blaming Ann's frigidity. Here are 15 facts you should know about Alan Turing, who was born on this day in What works in life and what does not. Graham confesses that he is haunted by Elizabeth, and that his motivation in returning to Baton Rouge is an attempt to achieve some closure. Graham explains that he was a pathological liar, which destroyed an otherwise rewarding relationship with Elizabeth. Graham arrives at John's to meet Ann. He was known around Bletchley Park for chaining his tea mug to a radiator to prevent it from being taken by other staffers. Was this review helpful to you? John then watches Ann's tape.