Lara Francis

Lara Francis

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Any thoughts on this as a jumping place.I know it is a notorious sucicide place.does anybody know some who has died there?
 
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May 24, 2018
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Apparently you have to jump at the right place where the steepest cliffs are - on the past some people have jumped where it’s less steep and just tumbled down and broken an ankle or something

It’s been quiet recently but not long back a couple of weeks there was almost something like 10 deaths

I don’t know how anyone can do heights that feeling when your falling down must feel like on a roller coaster stomach in knots and inevitably your arms must break first because it’s instinct to putt them out in front of you

Success rate though 100% if you don’t get caught by the patrol wardens first and get wheeled off to hospital again although the ten that jumped recently the patrollers were caught well of guard
 
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Jun 18, 2018
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Apparently you have to jump at the right place where the steepest cliffs are - on the past some people have jumped where it’s less steep and just tumbled down and broken an ankle or something

It’s been quiet recently but not long back a couple of weeks there was almost something like 10 deaths

I don’t know how anyone can do heights that feeling when your falling down must feel like on a roller coaster stomach in knots and inevitably your arms must break first because it’s instinct to putt them out in front of you

Success rate though 100% if you don’t get caught by the patrol wardens first and get wheeled off to hospital again although the ten that jumped recently the patrollers were caught well of guard
Fall backwards and you won’t hit your arms
 
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ge0rge

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Jul 29, 2018
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I used to think about it obsessively back in November -- back when I wanted to go the touristy way, I guess, but I got to thinking about them shipping off my gooey remains back to my home country and I don't want my family to cover the insane costs that would imply...

how would you even look in a box? broken bones and bits of flesh torn all over? not my aesthetic
 
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goggleboxers

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Seems to me, there is nothing wrong with cremation. The cleaning fire.
I’d like to be cremated it’s something I put off thinking about until I had suicidal intentions and the thought of being buried even though dead just doesent appeal - a family relative in her 50/60s recently got buried first in a long time all past realatives has been cremated - maggots worms and whatever else that lurks below the surface creeping all over you no thanks !!
 
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ge0rge

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Jul 29, 2018
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I'd actually like to go the sky burial way, Tibetan and all that, or like a Tower of Silence, but I'm neither Buddhist nor Zoroastrian. I just want wild animals to eat me, I think that's a great way to go.
 
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jethacan

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Apr 17, 2018
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Okay. I do not recommend this place, because I have just been sectioned after going there. Because this makes me so easy to identify, I will also add that you should not commit suicide at all and life is worth living.

It really is such a beautiful place and pictures cannot do it justice. My problem is that there were police already looking for me (I was reported missing - maybe my car reg was picked up closeby).

The chaplaincy team were easy to bypass to be honest, but finding the right spot for a straight jump was difficult for me. I should have done more research this is purely my fault. Feel free to private message me, I don't want to add too much to the public domain because this post so obviously identifies me.


Edit: I have just read that you have gone tonight. Rest in peace Lara. I will leave this post here in case anyone is interested.
 
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Aug 13, 2018
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Okay. I do not recommend this place, because I have just been sectioned after going there.

What happened when you went there?

I don't know how to private message, can you message me?
 
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jethacan

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Apr 17, 2018
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What happened when you went there?

I don't know how to private message, can you message me?

To put it simply, extremely extremely poor execution on my part. It's embarrassing really. I didn't turn up to work without any notice, then proceeded to spend a day or two messing about around Eastbourne. My boss came to my house saw my car wasn't there. I didn't respond to texts and calls, because I was busy getting in my zone psyching myself to jump over the next few days. So then I was reported missing. My room door was unlocked so my housemate went in and saw my note. It didn't mention beachy head at all, which is why I'm guessing my car reg was picked up somehow.

When I did turn up to beachy head ready to go, taking along a load of benzos and alcohol, I was intercepted by a police officer while walking and asked directly if my name was x from town y which I was. I was then taken away and sectioned. Currently in hospital for the first time right now and it is so horrible. So many mistakes from my part but lessons have been learned I guess and I won't make them again.
 
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Jun 17, 2018
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Okay. I do not recommend this place, because I have just been sectioned after going there. Because this makes me so easy to identify, I will also add that you should not commit suicide at all and life is worth living.

It really is such a beautiful place and pictures cannot do it justice. My problem is that there were police already looking for me (I was reported missing - maybe my car reg was picked up closeby).

The chaplaincy team were easy to bypass to be honest, but finding the right spot for a straight jump was difficult for me. I should have done more research this is purely my fault. Feel free to private message me, I don't want to add too much to the public domain because this post so obviously identifies me.


Edit: I have just read that you have gone tonight. Rest in peace Lara. I will leave this post here in case anyone is interested.
Edit she didn’t die
 
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Nonexistence

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Aug 12, 2018
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To put it simply, extremely extremely poor execution on my part. It's embarrassing really. I didn't turn up to work without any notice, then proceeded to spend a day or two messing about around Eastbourne. My boss came to my house saw my car wasn't there. I didn't respond to texts and calls, because I was busy getting in my zone psyching myself to jump over the next few days. So then I was reported missing. My room door was unlocked so my housemate went in and saw my note. It didn't mention beachy head at all, which is why I'm guessing my car reg was picked up somehow.

When I did turn up to beachy head ready to go, taking along a load of benzos and alcohol, I was intercepted by a police officer while walking and asked directly if my name was x from town y which I was. I was then taken away and sectioned. Currently in hospital for the first time right now and it is so horrible. So many mistakes from my part but lessons have been learned I guess and I won't make them again.

Didn't you try to give a fake name/say you're not you & act? Not that easy I know. How close did you get to the edge? Now might not be the best time at Beachy Head as I'd imagine the patrols are constant with there being 10 deaths there in a few weeks.
 
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Didn't you try to give a fake name/say you're not you & act? Not that easy I know. How close did you get to the edge? Now might not be the best time at Beachy Head as I'd imagine the patrols are constant with there being 10 deaths there in a few weeks.
Nope, cooperated from that point as I assumed they had a physical description or would ask for ID, however I denied writing a suicide note. More mistakes I know. That didn't work because once they took me to the police station they had photographs.

I walked to the edge a few times, but didn't feel I was in the right place yet because it wasn't a straight drop, so kept walking along. You're probably right about timing being bad at the moment but when I arrived, I went for a walk at 4am ish and no one interfered at all. Obscure times may be the best bet at the moment I'm not sure.
 
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Apr 17, 2018
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Didn't you try to give a fake name/say you're not you & act? Not that easy I know. How close did you get to the edge? Now might not be the best time at Beachy Head as I'd imagine the patrols are constant with there being 10 deaths there in a few weeks.
Nope, cooperated from that point as I assumed they had a physical description or would ask for ID, however I denied writing a suicide note. That didn't work because once they took me to the police station they had photographs.

I walked to the edge a few times, but didn't feel I was in the right place yet because it wasn't a straight drop, so kept walking along. You're probably right about timing being bad at the moment but when I arrived, I went for a walk at 4am ish and no one interfered at all. Obscure times may be the best bet at the moment I'm not sure.
 
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Nonexistence

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Was just researching Beachy Head and found this: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uk...f-cliff-to-catch-suicidal-man-in-mid-air.html
What a way to be rescued...

That's pretty disgusting. He has no right interfering with another man's choice. And arsehole idiots like this get hailed as 'heros'.

Beachy Head in particular you'd need to be really swift, no messing about, there's way to many do-gooders about. Know the exact location you're going to jump beforehand, go straight there, try so hard not to think, and just fucking run and leap...
 
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Cop will get an award now. It's one of the Perks of the job.

Lesson - don't fanny around acting out titanic and munching pills.
Shit or get off the pot. As colonel b would say.
 
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Living_Ghost

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Aug 13, 2018
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But I will say that I watched a programme on sky last night about rescue services ect in England and was very interested when it showed Beachy head. There is a lot of damm good ordinary people volunteering for the life boat service ect and it showed the reality of what they deal with scooping up the remains from the foot of Beachy head . One guy won an award for the care he gave to a guy who survived driving his car
over the edge, but he died in hospital a few hours later. As romantic as Beachy head seems ,its not for me . No matter how ready you may be ,you still gotta jump off a terrifying 500ft drop ,and any indecision will draw in the white knights and cops in a couple of minutes. Then you gonna be in an even bigger world of shit .
 
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But I will say that I watched a programme on sky last night about rescue services ect in England and was very interested when it showed Beachy head. There is a lot of damm good ordinary people volunteering for the life boat service ect and it showed the reality of what they deal with scooping up the remains from the foot of Beachy head . One guy won an award for the care he gave to a guy who survived driving his care over the edge, but he died in hospital a few hours later. As romantic as Beachy head seems ,its not for me . No matter how ready you may be ,you still gotta jump off a terrifying 500ft drop ,and any indecision will draw in the white knights and cops in a couple of minutes. Then you gonna be in an even bigger world of shit .

Thought of this..I would have a 12 hour journey to make in a horrendous condition and I cannot imagine travelling back in an even worse conditoon if didn't manage to do it. I would not want my family to know as they would be contacted and then their worry of what I'll do next.