Two life coaches who hosted “The Pursuit of Happiness” weekly radio show committed suicide together, according to police.
The bodies of John Littig, 48, and his psychotherapist wife, Lynne Rosen, 46, were found inside their Brooklyn apartment with plastic bags over their heads and a tube attached to a helium canister.
Two suicide notes were found at the scene.
The building manager, Hasan Boztepe, says he detected a strange odor coming from the apartment and broke the door down on Monday when no one answered.
He found the couple dead inside, holding hands.
In Littig’s suicide note, Boztepe saw the words: “I can’t take it anymore, my wife is in too much pain.”
“I was shocked. I am still in shock. I feel so bad for these people,” Boztepe said.
The couple’s radio show, “The Pursuit of Happiness,” on WBAI-99.5 FM focused on “personal development, growth and creativity.”
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