The Moonlit Road and Other Ghost and Horror Stories

Why is this point of view particularly appropriate?

“An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” by Ambrose Bierce (Page 467)

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I would call this point of view 3rd person omniscient. Since Peyton Farquhar would be much more emotional and self-absorbed, an omniscient narrator would be more likely to simply present the facts as they happen.