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I too am scared of heights, although I can walk to the edge of Beachy Head. Oddly enough I don’t feel that scared there. I think because it is such a beautiful place. However, if you got me up in a cable car, I would be crapping myself. There is something oddly comforting about Beachy Head, standing on the edge of the cliff looking out at the expanse of water. A feeling of a weight lifting from your shoulders, which of course it will be when we all exit from this world.I've checked out Beachy head as a possible way to ctb it would be the ultimate rush but I'm scared of heights, although I keep telling myself it's one step over the edge and it's game over. I have read you have to be careful as the mini cab drivers and the pub will report you if you look suspicious.
Check out this CTB training video, lol just imagine it without the parachutes.
Update just watched the next video as well yes I am pooing my pants
I think there is a bus which goes there, like a hop on, hop off bus.Yes the nearest train station is Eastbourne and you have to get a cab not sure if a bus goes there.
They can’t, unless you arouse suspicion. Don’t drink in the pub alone, don’t bother getting a taxi up to Beachy Head, the taxi driver will ask why you’re going up there. Try and act as normal as possible. I am going to take a sketch pad and couple of pencils and pretend I am drawing the lighthouse. Draw out a rough old sketch just to keep the Chaplaincy people quiet.How can they discern a hiker from a jumper?
Not all of them do.Hikers wear bobble hats.
Id give them the middle finger on my way off the cliff.But, there are only a handful of them. In the past, they have lacked funding to monitor the cliffs. Apparently if you want to become a Chaplain, you have to be a committed Christian and attend church regularly. My experience of Christians, or those who regularly attend church, they are usually far from christian in their actions. Usually judgemental and the tut, tut brigade. So if I was sitting there contemplating jumping off, or rolling off the cliff, the last thing I would want is one of those people yakking on, playing the hero!
Good point for most. Got my thickwaterproofs. I like the cold and wet compared to warm and sunny anyway, less people about etc.I would wait until the weather improves it won't be so impressive if it's cold and wet.
The folks at the pub and the local taxi drivers are both well known for their ability to "sniff out" a potential jumper.Don’t drink in the pub alone, don’t bother getting a taxi up to Beachy Head, the taxi driver will ask why you’re going up there. Try and act as normal as possible.
Fewer people there at the moment, judging from some social media pictures. But, I think that anyone who just wants to visit would be homed in on by the Chaplains! Can’t get away from the buggers!Hopefully you will see no one there with the chaplains priority on cronovirus pandemic
Unsure how far up North you are, but Beachy Head is a bit of a trek, unless you specifically want to go there. Whitby is a good choice too.I'm going to do some more research but I assumed it was very difficult as they have patrols day and night who would be on to anyone trying to get close. You're especially drawing attention being on your own I'd suspect. I'm way up north but I'd consider a day travel for that view if my next mushroom trip changes my mind about train method.
So are yours.As someone from the USA I gotta say I love to hear your voice. Your accents so wonderful.
Me too, but they do love playing the hero.Id give them the middle finger on my way off the cliff.
Yeah a calm, sunny day would be ideal I think (calm for the drop, sunny for the view).Just wondering out loud here, but wouldn't you need to check wind direction and wind speed to make sure you go straight down? I think we can say with confidence that landing head first would be instantaneous.
I don't think you will be worrying about wind direction and speed if your on the edge, lolJust wondering out loud here, but wouldn't you need to check wind direction and wind speed to make sure you go straight down? I think we can say with confidence that landing head first would be instantaneous.
Perhaps, but it may blow you back against the cliff instead of you going straight down. I would think you would also want to make sure it's low tide so that you hit the rocks and not water.I don't think you will be worrying about wind direction and speed if your on the edge, lol
You should be able to, its a big patch of rocks. Definitely wouldn't want to land on sand I would think. If its not too windy and it's low tide you can definitely dive headfirst into the rocks I would imagine.I’m not sure if you can guarantee hitting the rocks. I mean would you die instantaneously if you hit the sand?
It's shingle not sand but I get what you're saying. I asked about it here (with pic):I’m not sure if you can guarantee hitting the rocks. I mean would you die instantaneously if you hit the sand?
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