A 40-year-old British man used Google Earth to pick his suicide location — 200 miles away from where he lived, London's Daily Telegraph reported.

David Grant, who was reportedly experiencing job-related stress, also used the Web to find and print information about carbon-monoxide poisoning, an investigation into his February death revealed.

"He had arranged it with almost too much precision, Everything was very neatly done," Detective Sgt. Michael Brewer said.

Grant posted notes on his car, which was parked in Dartmoor in Devon, telling people not to open the doors.

The bachelor left a list of his next of kin in the car beside him, the Telegraph reported.

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