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February 3, 2004

{     Famous Suicides     }    

1. Judas Iscariot
2. Ian Curtis
3. Kurt Cobain
4. Mark Rothko
5. Jim Jones
6. Vincent van Gogh
7. Rozz Williams
8. Virginia Woolf
9. Elliott Smith
10. Sid Vicious
11. Mohammed Atta
12. Ray Combs

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KURT COBAIN is the master he should be number one here!!!!!! I hope to achieve what he did someday, but it takes practice.

Posted by: Morgan at February 3, 2006 5:39 PM

Judas is the most significant suicide and Ian Curtis had more talented the Cobain, hands down. Don't get me wrong, I appriciate what Cobain did, but when push comes to shove, Curtis is a bigger loss to the music world.

Posted by: Ashley at May 17, 2006 9:08 AM

Any one that takes his or her own life is sad and there is no number one in this catagory.

Each one is famous in its own way and that each individual person had to bear the pain and struggles that caused that person to take action against his or her life. It is a story that is never really told yet captures the interest in those that truly do not understand the reason.

Suicide is suicide. Death of one's self. A statement that is mostly misunderstood by those who are living because the see life differently then those people that saw the need to make an exit from this world with their hearts full yet their lips silent.

Posted by: Shiloh30 at January 15, 2008 3:59 AM

Suicide is commited by people with no guts...easy option...people that can't say "I have a problem" or "I need help"......any friend would help if they were asked...Susie

Posted by: susie at June 1, 2008 5:21 PM

Suicide is a hard thing. It goes both ways. You can say that person is selfish and heartless for leaving people behind, or you can see that they had emotional doubts (troubles whatever), and you can understand that life, being so precious, is a hard thing to live through when you have emotional troubles. While it is selfish to take your own life, it would be a lie to live day to day happy on the outside, but not on the inside. It truly is that persons choice. Its better not to live with that sort of emotional pain. But true understanding should be recognized by how much help that person tried to get.

Posted by: Trey at December 21, 2008 3:18 AM
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