In December 2017, all alone in his room in Reykjavik, Iceland, Connel Arthur logged onto his computer and pulled up Google’s search engine. Little did anyone else know, though, that this would be the last time that the young man would seek out information online.
That’s because, within the next couple of days, Connel would be dead, and his family would be left to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of his suicide. While looking for answers of their own, though, his loved ones inspected Connel’s computer and found something heartbreaking within his final Google searches.
And perhaps Connel’s death came as a shock because, as his mother Nathalie would reveal, the spirited 21-year-old loved life. In January 2018 she said to the Daily Record, “[Connel] never came home because he was just always too busy doing stuff, away with his friends.”