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The Saitama police said they believed the seven died of carbon monoxide poisoning, and ordered autopsies.

In a separate incident, two women were found dead in a car parked outside an isolated temple in Yokosuka, about 60 miles to the southeast, a Kanagawa prefecture police spokesman said.

But try wrapping your head around the concept of a group cyber suicide pact involving people who are strangers to each other.

It's become something of a craze in Japan, where the act of ritual suicide, including that of wartime Kamikaze attacks, has always had a cultural significance.

The women answering these phones night after night blame, in part, the Internet.

I've come to Tokyo to find out what's behind this phenomenon; why more and more young people are seeking each other out on-line to die together.

ANDREW HARDING: And there are thousands more apparently sincere messages about pills and despair and death.

Authorities found the rented van in a deserted mountain lot after a friend of one of the seven who had received an e-mail hinting at suicide called the police.

But officers failed to reach the van in time, a police spokesman in Saitama prefecture, just outside Tokyo, said on condition of anonymity.

The women answering these phones night after night blame, in part, the Internet.I've come to Tokyo to find out what's behind this phenomenon; why more and more young people are seeking each other out on-line to die together.ANDREW HARDING: And there are thousands more apparently sincere messages about pills and despair and death.Authorities found the rented van in a deserted mountain lot after a friend of one of the seven who had received an e-mail hinting at suicide called the police.But officers failed to reach the van in time, a police spokesman in Saitama prefecture, just outside Tokyo, said on condition of anonymity.The van windows were sealed with vinyl tape from the inside and the seven were found slumped over in their seats, the spokesman said.