A memorial site for deceased MySpace users

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MyDeathSpace.com memorializes deceased MySpace.com users and picks up where
a regular obituary leaves off. I don’t know how their deaths can be verified. When you click their myspace profiles, one can see that someone logged in recently. Maybe their ghost updated their profile? Or perhaps, family members were able to get their password. My friend’s 20 year old son died recently and she was able to acquire his [tag]myspace[/tag] login information through the help of friends. She plans to create a memorial website for him.

Looking at the cause of death of these young kids, all of it are Sudden, Accidental or Traumatic Deaths. How sad ! Automobile Accident ranks as the number one cause of death. Others like Auto-Pedestrian Accident, being shot, suicide, drug overdose, alcohol poisoning or alcohol-related, drunk driving are just a few common ones then followed by unusual causes like:

  • Suffocated on Tongue after Piercing – Death #. 49
  • The Choking Game– Suicide # 4
  • Water Intoxication – Murderer #1
  • Rough Sex– Death #6
  • Child Endangerment (Allowing toddler she was babysitting to get hit by a train)- Murderer # 3
  • One user (Suicide #2) even posted a message just before he died of suicide. He left a message saying “call the police” and “I’m so sorry.” He even sent a text message to his cellphone.

    These sudden deaths are never easy on the ones left behind. A sudden, accidental, unexpected or traumatic death shatters the world as we know it. This kind of loss does not make sense. The sudden death leaves families feeling shaken, unsure and vulnerable. Trying to make sense of or understand sudden losses can be difficult. Survivors are left asking “Why?” “Why did this happen?”

    It is human nature to seek the answers to the question “Why?” yet it may seem impossible to find an answer. Instead the question “Why?” is more of a plea for meaning and understanding.

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    • Melissa

      Aloha i am writing you from Hawaii and need your help in who or how do i go about retrieving my son Caleb password for myspace.com. My son recently died On July 29, 2006 and have had no luck in how I can access his myspace account. i do not want to delete it but to see if there is any clues to my sons death. My son’s case is still open as it was unknown why my son crossed the center line and his vehicle flipped. Please help me, here in Hawaii

      Sincerely Melissa

    • michele

      what i would do is … if you know his log in email, go to “forgot password” and email it to the email address.. usually from there you go to the email server, and choose “forgot password” and you will have to varify age, dob, address and usually “mothers maiden name” .. and they will give you a new password for the email. Log into the email, and get the password for the Myspace .

    • my 18-year-old shot and killed himself tuesday. the youth group is sponsoring a memorial at the high school. his ex girlfriend is posting all kinds of pictures of herself and referring to herself as his “partner,” and love of his life. he dated her a month, and then dated a girl for 13 months. as his mom, i would very much not like the ex to be at the memorial. the police cannot help me, and they said the school would have to be the one to make the decision, and that they (cops) could “remove an unwanted guest.” i have yet to hear from the principal , though i called her around 2 (its not 30). is there, out of respect for the mother of the deceased, any way for me to prevent this girl from mingling and acting like she belongs there? Please, please help!