- Oct 2, 2019
Would that be alright ?
It is a bridge with a height equivalent to 90 stories and very rough and rocky terrain under it.No what in asking is if you are jumping from a building. And what floor.
I think I found it using Google. But the bridge seems to be over a river. Is there a way to not fall in the water but to fall on jagged rocks to have a higher probability of dying? I would use this method only if i can't get my Carbon monoxide, or H2S method ready and perfected in time. I'm in a race against time. My life is horrible now but will get much worse if i don't act very soon. One of the things I have found is that time goes by much faster than you realize which is why if you don't take action quickly on a new idea you won't get anything done.It is a bridge going over a canyon. Some geologists estimate the river has been cutting it for up to 320 million years. It is said to be one of the oldest rivers in the world. The river is very swift flowing and full of rapids and falls as well. Not that it matters because even hitting water from that height is fatal.
It should also be noted you could die from your head falling 3+ feet. This is if you hit the ground in the right way.From things I've seen, people have been successful at 500-700 feet.
What kind of people ? Yeah I’m probably too much of a pussy for itI have been watching your posts for the past few days and live in the area of the bridge you are considering jumping from. I won't mention the name of the bridge but it is very well known as one of the top suicide locations in the country. That being said, if you decide to jump, you will not have long to do it if you try to during the day. Everyone that lives in the area knows about it and the likelihood of intervention is very high. The people here are not the kind that just watch things happen and will attempt to stop you. You have already been in the area long enough that you know what kind of people are here.
Most suicides occur at night. If you run out on that bridge, you better be committed because if someone stops you, you will end up in a psych ward. The people here are very protective of the area and most suicides on the bridge and in the canyon are not reported. The suicide numbers are extremely high and people from all over come to the bridge and park to die. Nobody has ever survived a jump from that bridge. The terrain under it is very steep and rocky. One guy ended up off the bridge in 1998 and his body was not found until 2016. That is how rough the terrain is. It is equivalent to jumping off a 90 story building. If you do it, there is no survival and no risk of being gimped.
There have been days when there have been two suicides in one days. The bridge used to be a well kept secret but in the last five years, so many have killed themselves there that it can no longer be hidden. Some of the canyon Cliff's in the same psrk have 900 ft drops as well.
It is a bridge with a height equivalent to 90 stories and very rough and rocky terrain under it.
So ya we all knew what bridge this person was talking about but they clearly stated they didn't want to say it due to privacy concerns. Maybe just respect that next timeI believe this bridge you cannot walk foot on, no pedestrian. As people jump there drive their car there and jump. Your post posted 876 feet bridge give the location away easily when look up in Google.
I believe this is the bridge OP talking about, the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia. Pic below:
I personally thought (OP bridge) it too much water. I prefer something more concrete with lots of ridged rocks and mountains.
But on the bright side, this bridge railing is low, very easy to jump. Just drive there late in the evening and if you determine to jump, I doubt anyone can stop you once you climb on the edge of the bridge. Most people (including security) won't come near you due to they afraid you might actually jump or they might accidently fall down there with you while try to stop you. So get on the edge of the bridge and it only take one second the free fall down.