On her Bebo page Miss Bond, who used the online name Living Disaster and has internet friends with names like Sam Suicide, said she was obsessed with the hugely popular My Chemical Romance band, whose hit number one with their last album The Black Parade. Her mother, Heather Bond, told the court how she learned The Black Parade is “where you go when you die” as she researched the emo fad.
If emo, or any other genre, was truly responsible for provoking suicide, consider this: There would be many, many more deaths.
One of the two teenage girls who died in a joint suicide pact posted a series of suicidal poems on the internet in the months before her death.
The search for two teenage girls missing for a week ended tragically yesterday afternoon with the discovery of their bodies in rugged bushland east of Melbourne.
Forget Gloomy, Pale-Faced and Self-Obsessed Goths, There’s Another Darker Cult for Parents to Worry About … EMOs Flicing through the autumn glossy fashion magazines, I noticed that some of the models did not look very well. A few of them appeared to be dead. This is because one of the key looks, especially at the younger end of the fashion spectrum, is Goth. Faces are chalky white, eyes and lips black. You can wear any colour you like so long as it’s black. To achieve that just-got-out-of-acoffin look, you need corsets, capes, Celtic crosses, an unseeing stare and a prop