David B. Kellermann, the chief financial officer of beleaguered mortgage giant Freddie Mac, tied a noose and hanged himself in the basement of his Vienna, Virginia, home.
Betty Lipply, a 72-year-old resident of East Palestine, Ohio, "who feared she'd lose her home to foreclosure hanged herself to death" shortly after "receiving her second summons and foreclosure complaint from her mortgage lender,"
[T]wo California dairy farmers who "killed themselves... out of despair over finances, according to associates."
The answer (which you probably guessed) is here, along with the dismal account of how stories like these have been playing out under the media radar for months now.
It's not pretty.