http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1138968.ece Hannah was a "popular and bright" pupil at Mascalls Secondary in Paddock Wood, Kent. She joined the cult based around a genre of rock music with sad themes and emotional lyrics, hence emo. Fans wear black and have dark hair. Many self harm and Hannah was among them. She told worried dad Raymond it was part of an initiation and promised "never to do it again". Her headteacher Vanessa Everett told the inquest other emo pupils had self-harmed. She said it was "probable" Hannah was motivated by the failed suicide of another girl pupil who was also an emo fan. Hannah’s mum Heather said her daughter, who used the name "Living Disaster" on the Bebo website, became "addicted" to the internet before she died. Martial artist Mr Bond said he knew his karate fan daughter was in contact with emos worldwide. He said: "She was always very protective of the screen." She was obsessed with US emo band My Chemical Romance whose 2006 No 1 album The Black Parade features a tragic storyline about a man dying of cancer. On the night Hannah died she argued with her mum after she was barred from staying at a friend’s. She told her: "I feel like killing myself". An hour later her parents found her hanging by a tie from her bunk bed at their home in East Peckham, Kent. Coroner Roger Sykes said Hannah, who had a sister Jessica, 14, had become an emo "aficionado". He told the Maidstone inquest that the emo overtones to her death were disturbing. He added: "It is a terrible and tragic explanation. "It is not glamorous, just simply a tragic loss of such a young life." Verdict: Suicide.