martin-manleyFormer Kansas City Star sports writer Martin Manley killed himself  outside a police station in Overland Park, Kansas on his 60th birthday.

Before his death, Manley created a massive website that attempts to explain why he committed suicide. It also involves a rant about 9/11 conspiracy theorists and opinions on everything from food to sports.

“No, I wasn’t fully satisfied with my life, but I was fully satisfied with my death!” the intro page to his site says.

He also left supposed GPS coordinates to his gold fortune, but police confirmed that it was a hoax.

“I’ve planned to end my own life for as long as I remember,” he wrote. He claims he sent his friends and family personalized suicide letters yesterday morning, and decided to create the website so that his life and death wouldn’t be forgotten.

So why’d he do it?

He says that none of “the major reasons adults commit suicide” apply to him. But he cites looming economic collapse, an increased amount of general suffering in the world, and the challenges of old age as reasons.

He writes, “I didn’t want to die alone. I didn’t want to die of old age. I didn’t want to die after years of unproductively.”

Manley left the Star in 2012 and started his own sports blog. Before he left, he invented a basketball statistic called efficiency rating that’s still used today.

Credit: Business Insider