Casolaro’s death was ruled a suicide. Before he died, he said, if I end up dead, don’t believe that it was suicide.
Casolaro’s death was ruled a suicide. The day before his death, he hit on several women in the hotel’s lounge.
Other than the messy bathroom scene, the rest of Casolaro’s hotel room was found to be tidy, untouched. Bed crisply made, not a piece of trash on the floor or dresser. His friends and family note that Casolaro was untidy, left wreckage in whatever room he was in. His pants were found neatly folded on the bed.
Casolaro’s death was ruled a suicide. The day he left for Martinsburg, he stopped by his insurance agent’s office, paid his home insurance premium.
Casolaro’s suicide note referenced God. Casolaro wasn’t religious, rarely talked or wrote in religious terms.
Casolaro’s death was ruled a suicide. He met at least two of the sources he had planned to in Martinsburg.
Casolaro’s suicide note was only 19 words long. Casolaro was known for verbosity in writing.
Casolaro’s death was ruled a suicide. His friends, family, and people he encountered in Martinsburg said he was always generally upbeat, even when things weren’t necessarily going in his favor.
Casolaro was found with 12 slashes to his wrists, some deep enough to hit tendons, none of them appeared to show any hesitation. His family and ex-wife said that he was afraid of needles and his own blood.
Casolaro’s death was ruled a suicide. One medical examiner said, no person could’ve withstood the pain of the deep incisions and continued.