Year: 1995 Source: Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology, (28th: 1995: Phoenix), p.126-128 SIEC No: 19961050

This article states that a substantial minority of suicides (20-25%) make no communication of their intentions & their deaths are more or less without a clue. Focuses on these atypical suicides & the problems they pose for suicidology. Discusses fictional hero Richard Cory & the case of R.L. Blaffer, an heir to a Houston oil dynasty, who had great wealth & social position prior to his suicide.