Suicide Off The Grand Canyon

What a way to go.

Park officials received a report of someone over the edge near Mather Point on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park at about 5:40 a.m. Friday. Responding rangers spotted a body between 400 and 600 feet below the rim, and witnesses told them that they saw the man run up to and over the edge.

47 Replies to “Suicide Off The Grand Canyon”

  1. myrali – have have my permission. I would be honored. Thank you. I have similar Raven photos you might appreciate. Do a search for Raven Hopi and several should show. You have my permission to use any one of them that best suits your test. My old psych prof at Stanford – Philip Zimbardo – would laugh that I can’t escape psych tests. 🙂

  2. I loved this picture especially, however, and more to the point, I must thank you for a wonderful hour of "wandering" around the Grand Canyon, being led by your great photos and very special commentary. Thanks!

  3. nice one. imagine the fun that raven has soaring and tumbling in the canyon thermals! if i had to switch places with any animal, i think it would be with a raven. of course, few ravens would want to change places with me!

  4. lovely photo. I love Ravens. In the N.W. coastal indigenous communities, Raven is not only trickster, but the one who brings light to people, and a messenger between the physical and spiritual worlds.

  5. What can I say, I love these amazing creatures.. well, my name is Raven Sky… I use to take care of an injured one…. and I also host a raven group at care2.. this is a totally awesome it,,,love it… love it

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