Tag Archives: hydrogen sulfide

Why do so many people choose a painful death?

Media reporting has often been blamed for suicide fads. A rock star dies by barbiturate poisoning and others follow. Barbiturate poisoning was generally peaceful and is less common now only due to the difficulty of obtaining the drugs. But other … Continue reading

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Suicide methods – the good, the bad, the downright weird

When we use the term “self-deliverance” or “rational suicide” we indicate suicide as a response to unbearable, unrelievable suffering (in contrast to regrettable suicides due to a temporary emotional or psychological disturbance). Yet the history of self-deliverance shows people do … Continue reading

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Methods of suicide

There are two fairly distinct groups of people who consider suicide, or do end their life by suicide – the first is those who very regrettably feel unable to bear what essentially is, or should be, a temporary trauma – … Continue reading

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A few deep breaths of sulfide sadness – suicide gone wrong

Suicides and attempted suicides by hydrogen sulfide are rapidly outstripping gentler, safer, more peaceful, and less risky method. This week brings another two cases of ‘sulfide gone wrong.’ In the first case, a man in his 20s creates a concoction … Continue reading

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A messy end with hydrogen sulphide

46-year-old Kerry Hullet tried to kill himself last week with household chemicals. This increasingly common but dangerous method of suicide is spreading through internet chat forums, sometimes with disastrous consequences. On this occasion, we can only guess that Kerry Hullet … Continue reading

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Helium vs hydrogen sulphide – when will the madness stop?

Three news stories in the past 24 hours – one needlessly unpleasant death by hydrogen sulphide, a woman sentenced for providing the means for a more painless death, and an organisation attacked in the courts for providing information and support … Continue reading

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Workshops warn dangers chemical suicide

Rational suicide using a tank of helium and a helium hood in a car (in a secluded place where discovery and interruption is unlikely) is a peaceful and painless method if anyone should be in a situation where suffering has … Continue reading

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Chemicals suicide vs helium gas death

Exit doesn’t publish ‘how-to’ information on its website – that is reserved for the literature and workshops. But a twenty second google search will tell you how to end your life with helium. Only slightly longer is needed to find … Continue reading

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Suicide by painful chemical gas – not the way to go!

Exit has received information that persons are resorting to risky methods of rational (or irrational) suicide. The trend to use chemicals began in third-world countries and with information coming from Japan, but appears to be spreading to the Western world. … Continue reading

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