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World’s 10 most popular suicide destinations

Most popular suicide destinations Where you ask are the ten most inviting places to commit suicide? Well sit back and let us be your suicidal travel agency and find the most desirable jump-off points in the world.

Places to DieAokigahara

LOCATION: Mount Fuji, Japan

(approx. 70 per year)

Aokigahara also known as the Sea of Trees is a forest that lies at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan. The caverns found in this forest are rocky and ice-covered, even during summertime. It is an old forest reportedly haunted by many legends of monsters, ghosts, and goblins, which add to its sinister reputation.

RETARD TRIVIA: The bodies are brought down to the station, where a spare room is kept especially for such occasions. In this room are two beds: one for the corpse and one for someone to sleep next to the body for the first night. There is an annual search, consisting of a small army of police, volunteers and attendant journalists, began in 1970.

Places to DieGolden Gate Bridge

LOCATION: San Francisco, California

Over 1,500
(approx. 30 per year)

The Golden Gate Bridge had the longest suspension bridge span in the world when it was completed in 1937 and has become an internationally recognized symbol of San Francisco and California. As part of both U.S. Route 101 and State Route 1, it connects the city of San Francisco on the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula to Marin County.

RETARD TRIVIA: What makes the Golden Gate Bridge the top suicide bridge in the world is that it provides literally no barriers to suicidal impulses. The bridge also has, as Friend puts it, a "fatal grandeur" to it that attracts emotionally distraught people who seek out what they conceive of as a beautiful and even romantic death.

Places to DieNiagara Falls

LOCATION: Ontario Canada / New York border

2,780 known

(approx. 23 per year)

Niagara Falls are massive waterfalls on the Niagara River, straddling the international border separating the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York. The massive 100 foot falls have over 3,600 feet of falls in two sections.

RETARD TRIVIA: The ladies love the Niagara Falls: 59 percent of the jumpers are male and 41 percent female, which is highly unusual, in that female suicides account for just 24 percent of the nationwide total.

Places to DieBeachy Head

LOCATION: East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
About 500 suicides
(approx. 20 per year)

Beachy Head is a chalk headland on the south coast of England, close to the town of Eastbourne in the county of East Sussex. The cliff there is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 m (530 ft) above sea level.

RETARD TRIVIA: A British Coastguard crew got the scare of a lifetime Monday when they were attempting to rescue a man who had reportedly jumped from an East Sussex “suicide spot” and narrowly missed being crushed by a car as it drove off the same 500 foot cliff and crashed on the rocks below only a few yards away.

Places to DieClifton Bridge

LOCATION: River Avon, Bristol UK

(approx. 4 a year after new barriers added)

The Clifton Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge built in 1864, spanning the Avon Gorge and linking Clifton in Bristol to Leigh Woods in North Somerset, England.

RETARD TRIVIA: In 1885, a 22-year-old woman named Sarah Ann Henley survived a fall from the bridge when her billowing skirts acted as a parachute, and subsequently lived into her eighties

Places to DiePrince Edward Viaduct

LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

over 400 suicides
but none since Luminous Veil suicide barrier in 2003

The Prince Edward Viaduct System is the name of a bridge system in Toronto, Ontario, Canada that connects Bloor Street East, on the west side of the system, with Danforth Avenue on the east.

RETARD TRIVIA:With over 400 suicides, the Viaduct ranked as the second most fatal standing structure in the world, after the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. A 1997 report from the Schizophrenia Society of Ontario cited the average of “one person jumping from the bridge every 22 days”. After years of controversy, the bridge’s reputation as a “suicide magnet” eventually led to the construction of a suicide barrier called the Luminous Veil. The bridge has had zero suicides since the construction of this suicide barrier.

Places to DieCoronado Bridge

LOCATION: San Diego, California

more than 200 suicides

The San Diego-Coronado Bridge, locally referred to as the Coronado Bridge, is a "prestressed concrete/steel" girder bridge, crossing over San Diego Bay in the United States, linking San Diego, California with Coronado, California. The bridge is signed as part of State Route 75.

RETARD TRIVIA: It is the third deadliest suicide bridge in the USA, between 1972 and 2000, more than 200 suicides occurred on the bridge

Places to DieEiffel Tower

LOCATION: Paris, France

350-400 suicides

Named after its designer, engineer Gustave Eiffel, the 325 meter Eiffel Tower is the tallest building in Paris and was completed in 1889. More than two hundred million have visited the tower since its construction making it the most visited paid monument in the world. When the tower was completed in 1889 it was the world’s tallest tower — a title it retained until 1930.

RETARD TRIVIA: The first suicide, a man hanged himself from one of the beams. In 90 years, there have been, according to the Police Préfecture or the media, 369 suicide attempts, of which two survived the 57 metre drop from the first floor, one being blown onto a rafter by the wind and the other landing on the roof of a car. The later was a young woman who after recovering, married the owner of the car.

Places to DieAurora Bridge

LOCATION: Seattle, Washington

Over 230 suicides

The bridge was opened to traffic on February 27, 1932. It was accepted to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The bridge is a popular location for suicide jumpers and numerous reports have used the bridge as a case study in fields ranging from suicide prevention to the effects of prehospital care on trauma victims.

The first suicide occurred in January 1932, when a shoe salesman leapt from the bridge before it was completed.

Places to DieJacques Cartier Bridge

LOCATION: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Over 143 suicides

The Jacques Cartier Bridge bridge crosses the Saint Lawrence River from Montreal Island, Montreal, Quebec to the south shore at Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. The bridge was opened in 1930 and approximately 35.4 million vehicle crossings annually making it the second busiest bridge in Canada,

RETARD TRIVIA: In 2004, a suicide prevention barrier was installed. Until then the bridge saw an average of 10 suicides a year.

Suicide Barrier
Luminous Veil suicide barrier, Prince Edward Viaduct


The Cheaper version (printed sign) is less of a deterrent.


Most popular places to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge.

Where to Jump

World Top 10 – Countries by Most Suicides
Country Suicides Per 100,000 Population
Lithuania 42.0
Russia 35.3
Belarus 33.5
Estonia 33.2
Hungary 33.1
Latvia 31.4
Slovenia 29.7
Ukraine 28.8
Kazakhstan 26.8
Finland 23.8



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111 Responses to “World’s 10 most popular suicide destinations”

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