Monday, August 24, 2009

Hanging yourself after you strangle someone...

So this guy is...worth 2.5 million (networth is bullshit because if that holds any merit then I live with a millionaire. Please.)
Anyway....he gets on Megan Wants a Millionaire...apparently he got kicked off but no one will ever see that. Why? Because the show was cancelled because he reported his wife (that he married after knowing her for 4 days after meeting her in the same strip club Megan worked at) missing, and then she turned up dead, naked, strangled and in a suitcase in a dumpster...then he fled to Canada...
Oh and he recently hung himself.
So the first thing I thought of (after WTF DID YOU CANCEL MY FAVORITE SHOW FOR VH1?!?!?) was...he strangled her and he hung himself.
Strangling someone takes a great deal of passion. It's exactly that: a crime of passion...snapping off someone's air, watching them die in your hands...gripping their throat. So I did a google search "strangling versus hanging"..and I came up with a ton of men who strangled their women and then hung themselves.
First off, hanging yourself can go wrong. And that can be painful. Why anyone would go that route I have no idea, but then again, I have no desire to take my own life.
Here's my thing...what's the correlation between hanging yourself after strangling someone. It can't be as simple as cutting off the air in your neck. There are like a billion ways to murder someone (you saw Saw 1, 2, 3 and 5 million right?) and I'm sure just as many to kill yourself...there has to be a parallel. So I'm curious...
What is it? What in the brain makes you strangle someone and then hang yourself? Why those two together? What is it?
Makes you think.