The Hungarian Suicide Song – Legendary but Lethal?Posted in - Useful Tips
There is a legendary song by Hungarian composer Rezső Seress named Gloomy Sunday aka The Hungarian Suicide Song, which was banned in the UK until 2002 to prevent people from killing themselves. (An urban legend says that because of the song many people comitted suicide while listening to it).
So: if you’d rather not wait for a virus to kill you, but want to do the job yourself – make sure you’ve at least written your farewell letter. 😉 Here we go:
And here’s the painting At the Threshold of Eternity’s Gate by Vincent van Gogh, to get you in the right mood:
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