singer's suicide note describes his despair - charcoal grills
ATKINSON, N. H. --
Boston band lead singer Brad Delp committed suicide last week, and a report released yesterday by police showed he left a note calling himself a "lonely soul ".
Toxicology tests by the National Forensic Office showed that Delp committed suicide due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Police said Delp locked himself in the bathroom with two charcoal grills sometime between 11: 30. m.
On the afternoon of March 8 and the following day, when his fiancee Pamela Sullivan found him on the bathroom floor, his head was pillow and a note --
Clip on the shirt"Mr. Brad Delp.
Jai une game solitaire.
"I am a lonely soul," it wrote . ".
Sullivan told police that Delp had been depressed for some time, the report said ".
Sullivan called the police after noting that the exhaust pipe of the Delp car was connected to a dryer ventilation pipe.
In the garage, the police found a note on the door.
"No matter who found this, I hope to commit suicide.
Plan B is choking in my car.
"In the third note at the top of the stairs, Delp warned that there was carbon monoxide in it.
"I take full responsibility for my current situation.
"I have lost my desire to live," he wrote . ".
The note also includes instructions on how to contact the fiancee.
There is a photo of Delp and Sullivan in the bathroom.
"Unfortunately, she has no idea at all what I did," the note said.
Police later found four sealed letters in an office.
They were sent to Sullivan, his children, their mother, Micki Delp and another couple.
Police Lieutenant William Baldwin said the police handed the letter to the family without reading it.