#4
Gonna watch this in a bit, looks interesting.
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#5
You guys have never heard of this before?

I didn't know of it until a few months ago.

Anyway, maybe I'm just ****ing weird/creepy/etc. but I imagine that assuming you don't see any bodies, that forest has got to be beautiful in an eerie way.
#6
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You guys have never heard of this before?

I didn't know of it until a few months ago.

Anyway, maybe I'm just ****ing weird/creepy/etc. but I imagine that assuming you don't see any bodies, that forest has got to be beautiful in an eerie way.


Heard of it before but I just saw this documentary about it. It's pretty cool because the guy is patrolling for people who are trying to die, he actually saw one if you watch it.
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#10
I just finished watching it. It is quite depressing. You live alone, you die alone. They didn't have any special ceremonies after their deaths, they didn't leave behind any legacy; they are just decomposing in a forest. Except that last one with the flowers left near his or her corpse. I teared up a bit at that part.
#11
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I just finished watching it. It is quite depressing. You live alone, you die alone. They didn't have any special ceremonies after their deaths, they didn't leave behind any legacy; they are just decomposing in a forest. Except that last one with the flowers left near his or her corpse. I teared up a bit at that part.


Yeah, they even have signs and stuff to try and keep them away from the forest.
Guess when you have no one to turn to you'll just be another statistic when you go in that forest alone.
#12
i've read about this before and i have to wonder if other people like to go there and do, um... bad things to the bodies...

also, i have to say if i ever found a dead body i sure as hell wouldn't tell anyone about it
#13
Finished watching it, I feel all down now. I wouldn't be able to do what that guy does, it must be tough.

Thanks for the watch, though.
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#14
He asked the exact same question i was the whole time, why do people choose to end it all there?

im also surprised that he said theres no such thing as a heroic suicide, he mentioned the Samurai "Sepukku" which is the boldest and bravest death a samurai could have other than being bested in battle.

either way very good doc.
#15
I remember watching this documentary on youtube a while back. It's quite disturbing, that guy should be on "Dirty Jobs" what a horrible job.
#16
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He asked the exact same question i was the whole time, why do people choose to end it all there?

Dunno, but I've heard that suicide and forests seem to be a recurring theme historically and in literature as well. It's definitely a morbid yet interesting thought.
#17
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I remember watching this documentary on youtube a while back. It's quite disturbing, that guy should be on "Dirty Jobs" what a horrible job.

I don't think Mike Rowe would want to do that, and I'm pretty sure it would hurt the shows ratings as well as causing a big media ruckus.

Then again, people do seem to have a morbid fascination with watching others crash and burn.
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I just finished watching it. It is quite depressing. You live alone, you die alone. They didn't have any special ceremonies after their deaths, they didn't leave behind any legacy; they are just decomposing in a forest. Except that last one with the flowers left near his or her corpse. I teared up a bit at that part.


I didn't take that from it. The bouquet scene was meant to emphasise that you never truly die alone.
#20
i feel that people will kill themselves on the same site because those who might die of suicide often are lonely. those people look for a connection to any other human being and perhaps feel a camaraderie with the others
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#22
That was interesting. The bit where he says you don't die alone got me a little emotional.
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#23
is it ok ifi want to be buried here with, like, a huge shrine in my honor?
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#24
That place must be so eery.
It's amazing how undecisive the people are, I can't imagine waiting by myself in a tent for a month making that sort of decision.

The upside down doll was pretty creepy too.


#25
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That place must be so eery.
It's amazing how undecisive the people are, I can't imagine waiting by myself in a tent for a month making that sort of decision.

The upside down doll was pretty creepy too.



dude, it's just trees and grass, it is the thought we put into it, that counts.
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#26
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dude, it's just trees and grass, it is the thought we put into it, that counts.

And the dead bodies and nooses hanging from the trees, they probably contribute to the general atmosphere.


#27
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And the dead bodies and nooses hanging from the trees, they probably contribute to the general atmosphere.


oh yeah, that too.
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#28
Glad you liked the link.

His conversation with the guy in the tent was just like any other conversation. That made it weird.