Source: 7p. SIEC No: 19901083

The author states that it is their loss of ability to perceive alternatives and the desire to find the quickest solution to their problems that leads suicidal people to bizarre solutions to those problems. The bizarre suicides that he presents fall into the following categories: famous historical, suicide by ingestion, failed attempts, creative suicides, and apparent suicides which are not really suicides at all. He concludes with a “serious” section that includes suicidal danger signals.