Britain's most infamous suicide spot
Beachy Head near Eastbourne is a dramatic and beautiful headline extending 535 feet above sea level. For most of visitors every year, Beachy Head is a place to escape, relax and take in the dramatic scenery.But its history reveals a darker side. Since the 1600s it's been a popular location for suicide attempts.There are an estimated 20 deaths a year at Beachy Head. Worldwide, the landmark's suicide rate is surpassed only by the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and the Aokigahara Woods in Japan, according to Thomas Meaney of The Wall Street Journal.
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