No he had not called that late at night before and he never called crying or upset either before then. He never told them good bye. He loved his grandfather as much as he did his grandmother. I just think he wanted her to be aware he was coming. 30 minutes after that call he was dead. Before that he had gone to a movie and out to eat with his fiancée.
Originally Posted by scorekeeper
I really think it had more to do with going to a place he had such fond memories of to end his life. He imo did not want to be alone and wanted them to find him.
But in all truthfulness to this day we don't understand why he did what he did or how he could do it knowing his own loving grandparents would see him in that shape to remember forever. He was having no problems at work or with his fiancée. He had not suffered any crisis in his life that would make him spiral down......like a loss of a loved one. etc. But those who commit suicide often do not think of others.........not even their loved ones they will leave behind.
In the end he chose their place to do it but what he did do unintentionally imo is leave an huge scar on both of their hearts and changed their lives forever. Neither one ever got over it. It made them start worrying needlessly about everyone and everything. It left them broken people.
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