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Jane8334

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Does anyone know of any good places to jump from in the UK, besides Beachy Head and other more notorious places?

Ideally quite easily accessible by car and relatively quiet?

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Karenbaker

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Does anyone know of any good places to jump from in the UK, besides Beachy Head and other more notorious places?

Ideally quite easily accessible by car and relatively quiet?

Thanks
Google Scammoden Bridge towering bridge that spans the M62 motorway near Yorkshire or the The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in Llangollen North Wales one of the most idyllic advice places to catch the bus

The best jumping suicide I heard of was a lawyer in Liverpool who climbed to the top of the Anglican Cathedral a towering great height , climbed over the walls and jumped to his death from the top

Last Hornsey Lane Bridge in London which is known as suicide bridge

Runcorn Bridge but I think you have to jump from the side where the hard surface is below the water height I dint think would cut it
 
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musicislife

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Does anyone know of any good places to jump from in the UK, besides Beachy Head and other more notorious places?

Ideally quite easily accessible by car and relatively quiet?

Thanks
What puts you off Beachy Head ?? It’s a surefire death if you choose the right location go armed with a camera and pretend your taking pictures - almost 10 people died there last two months in space of two weeks which was good going - not sure what time you’d be wavyibg to jump but I’m sure there’s a way of avoiding ge wardens
 
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Ashton

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Jul 24, 2018
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What puts you off Beachy Head ?? It’s a surefire death if you choose the right location go armed with a camera and pretend your taking pictures - almost 10 people died there last two months in space of two weeks which was good going - not sure what time you’d be wavyibg to jump but I’m sure there’s a way of avoiding ge wardens
If you get caught there will be a danger you'll be handcuffed, lead away and spend time locked up in a hospital. It is ok if you're going to take a run and jump but jumping on its own I think a survival mode kicks in. You then start wavering hence getting caught.
 
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musicislife

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If you get caught there will be a danger you'll be handcuffed, lead away and spend time locked up in a hospital. It is ok if you're going to take a run and jump but jumping on its own I think a survival mode kicks in. You then start wavering hence getting caught.
When you say get caught how would you get caught ?? If you did it in the daytime when there are hundreds of tourists peering over the edges of the cliffs how would they know you were looking to ctb and if you went st night dress in total blackness and just run and jump
 
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Ashton

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When you say get caught how would you get caught ?? If you did it in the daytime when there are hundreds of tourists peering over the edges of the cliffs how would they know you were looking to ctb and if you went st night dress in total blackness and just run and jump
What other people's experience from another thread was like so that is why they stay away. Sorry I was quoting.
 
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I think Beachy Head is a perfect place. Just pretend like you're jogging or taking artsy pictures or doing yoga or some shit.
 
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Jane8334

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What puts you off Beachy Head ?? It’s a surefire death if you choose the right location go armed with a camera and pretend your taking pictures - almost 10 people died there last two months in space of two weeks which was good going - not sure what time you’d be wavyibg to jump but I’m sure there’s a way of avoiding ge wardens

I like the height, it's just I'd rather go somewhere with fewer people and patrols. Also prefer the thought of landing in water.
 
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Jane8334

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You’ll know then that you’ll just drown ?? Might as well go jump in The Thames save the free fall

Yes, but if I get badly injured in the fall, it would stop me from fighting drowning as much. Maybe just wishful thinking...
 
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ephemeral

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You’ll know then that you’ll just drown ?? Might as well go jump in The Thames save the free fall

Above ~60m it's deadly. Drowning is just insurance on top of it. 2 methods in 1 jump.