Past Visitor Comments
Time: 8:27:21 PM
would just like to say that I really enjoyed this website! I learned a lot more
then I knew about the whole situation! My thoughts and prayers go out to all of
the family and friends who lost a loved one in this shooting! It was such a
tragic time!! I am a teen also at school and I feel something should be done
about this, I donít know what...but something!!! Please keep me updated every
time there is something new. email@example.com *THANK-YOU* KODI
Time: 7:42:12 PM
think that your page is GREAT! It means so much that you take your time to
recognize the lives that were both changed forever and lost. Even though I don't
have anything really to do with Columbine I appreciate this page a lot. I also
love the poem "The New School Prayer" I am currently doing a project
for school on that poem and the Columbine tragedy. Thank you very much! ~Britney~
Time: 10:46:13 AM
This web site provides extraordinary possibilities to learn about the problem of
school violence. I certainly will use as a basis for projects in my English
lessons and recommend it to my colleagues at school. Thank you very much. A
teacher from Germany
Time: 7:57:36 AM
my thoughts go out to all the families involved with this tragedy.......
Time: 8:06:44 AM
I hope everyone is alright and sorry about your loved ones and I send my
Time: 8:09:38 AM
the people who did this should turn them self in.
Time: 9:48:36 AM
I think this was a wonderful site. It really touched my heart. Thanks
Time: 3:15:23 AM
ERIC HARRIS IS MY HERO
Time: 7:39:43 PM
I really like your poem "Twelve young Angels and one guardian Angel"
15 people died that day, but
you only talked about the 13 that were murdered, what about the two killers?
All they were was a product
of our schools, our expectations, our pop culture, our society. It seems today
more than ever people are becoming like ants, scurrying about their lives,
living the "American dream" to the best they can while nothing really
gets accomplished. The killers were different, they did something different,
something that changed the world forever and I will always have great respect
and admiration for them. Sure it wasn't a good thing, but it was a GREAT thing.
P.S. All the Christian BS in
your site made me want to vomit.
Time: 2:51:22 PM
What about Eric and Dylan? They died too. 13 angels? 13? Only 13?
Time: 1:43:50 AM
Why does the URL say http://www.columbine-angels.com/other_shootings.htm
when most of the incidents lack any mention of guns?
Are you sending a subliminal
Webmasters response: You
may want to recount the list. Going up to the first 1990 violent act in our
schools, there are 26 occurrences with guns, five with bombs, three with knives,
two with an unknown weapon and one hostage occurrence. The gun is the weapon of
choice for school violence.
Time: 4:44:28 PM
Hi I am wanting to express our heartfelt thanks to each and everyone involved in
this terrible mess. It's time everyone get involved in these issues. Prayers and
love to all
Time: 9:24:56 PM
I thank you for providing comprehensive information concerning Columbine.
I am upset with our Colorado
legislators for choosing to cover up rather than disclose the truth --the full
truth. They are covering up for those who failed to do their job, as well as
those who later chose to lie rather than tell the truth.
Columbine can now be added
to a long list of cover-ups. In this case, professional lawmakers covering for
professional educational administrators (at all levels), and professional law
enforcement personnel (all the way from the bottom to the top).
It's too bad the full truth
will probably never be known. Everyone involved is scrambling to cover their
individual and collective butts from lawsuits and to preserve their careers (all
at the expense of the truth).
Perhaps the Columbine cover
up is nothing more than another symptom of an immoral society in rapid decline.
The only ones really punished were those involved with helping obtain the
weapons. But what of all the persons responsible for the events that led to the
deadly decisions of Harris and Klebold? The school officials who chose to ignore
the bullying by the jocks? The law enforcement officials who chose to cover up
than expose what occurred subsequent to the van incident on January 30, 1998?
The doctor and pharmaceutical company? Jefferson county sheriffís department?
The Jefferson County school officials? Yes, Harris and Klebold are guilty -- but
so are ALL those whose made a choice to "look the other way" -- rather
than to do what was right.
Time: 5:38:30 PM
Hello my name is Brittany, and I just wanted to say how awesome this website is.
It lets others know about what happened and the outreach that can be
accomplished because of this. I have recently read the book Rachel's Tears, and
now I am doing a in depth book report on it for my English class ISU, it is 30%
of my final mark, and these sites will help me reach out to others who donít
know about God!! My thoughts are with you guys!!
Date: 5/5/2004 Time: 5:30:36 AM
Comments: I feel bad for all of you who has died or got hurt and I love you all and this is also to the families
Comments: I am very sorry for the families of these people
Comments: I think it was sad to know that these two boys felt the way they did. In a way I feel bad for them cause its hard when you have people treating you like your nothing. But they had no right to take the lives of all those people.
Comments: WOW Alan...this is great! Brandon
Date: 6/13/2004 Time: 1:49:27 PM
Comments: Wonderful source of information. Thank you for keeping this site current. It is a great source.
Comments: Just doing some research on a school paper. You're research seems thorough, balanced and complete. I can't imagine the time you spent researching this. Thank you for all of your hard work!
Comments: Austin Miller - I just want to say I attend Murchsion in Austin and I disagree with your dates. It happened on May 29, 1980. I also have something else, he wasn't 29, he was 32.
Comments: If anyone knows more of Douglas Rentmore, I'd be very interested!
Comments: You have a very cool page, very informal over April 20. -M
Comments: This website is great. I had to write a report of school shootings over the past 8years, and your timeline for the Columbine tragedy really helped with my research. So, thanks for all your help. Keep it running. Renee
Comments: I am very impressed with your web-site! I am curious as to what led you to create this site - it is apparent that it takes up a great deal of time. The links, and in-depth information was of great assistance to me. Thank you! Officer H. Slone
Comments: I am sorry that this happen and having all those kids die and seeing the pictures and videos it scary and upsetting to me.
Comments: My prayers still go out to Columbine survivors and family. firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: Eric was nice to the poor, it'd be a fine accomplishment if a repeat happened at columbine, eh?
Comments: I think this is a good web site because I never new as much as I read today. Thanks for the information
Comments: I just saw the movie Dawn Anna and I was so touched and made very aware of the lives changed in a matter of moments.
Comments: I think that this is an awesome website and very inspirational. I watched the movie Dawn Anna tonight on Life Time and it made me start thinking about the school shootings and thinking how horrific this day was for the families of these victims, my heart and prayers goes out to these families and to the survivors of this horrible school shooting. This comes from a mother of a beautiful 7 year old little girl who is in the 2nd grade. I just couldn't imagine how these parents felt finding out that they sent their child to a place that is supposed to protect our children to have them not return home. I pray every day that my child leaves for school that she returns home to me she is the only child I have an the only child that God has blessed me with. With deepest sympathy someone who cares.... Crystal
Comments: I love your website since I have read all of the books that Rachel's family has written and turned my life around. I was not into God since I lost my Grandmother but reading Rachel's journal I found God and she will watch over me.
Comments: Beautiful website! A great tribute to the victims!
Comments: I really like this page
Comments: Very interesting, this shooting here in MN has made me interested in finding ways to prevent these things from happening. I have 3 children and live in a small town, to tell you the truth I feel like...no way can it happen to me, and I know that's untrue. Sorry for venting, I think your website is a great tool for helping identify problem areas maybe. Thank you for your time.
Comments: This website was very helpful in a report I am doing on school violence. Thank you!
Comments: Your website is awesome and to all the Columbine victims I really look up to for bouncing back and dealing with that head on. It's really great to be able to wake up and know that if something were to go wrong at school I could handle it. Thank you so much for the hope that you guys have gave to others. It shows the real spirit of American kids sticking together and being able to handle the shooting!
Comments: I am an 8th grader & I'm about to attend high school, what happened at Columbine scares me to death! I'm terrified to go to school & take the chance of being at the mercy of someone else's hands...I feel so badly for the families torn apart by these 2 boys. I loved your website. Sincerely, Casey Giesler
Comments: Great page.
Comments: This is a great web site! Thank you for remembering the ones that we lost. God bless, Jordan
Comments: Amanda R. Indiana This site is a great way to show how much the 13 people were loved by their school, and by their friends and family. May God bless you and their families on this day!
Comments: I am doing a book about the 1998 Kinkel shooting in Oregon (no other book has ever been written on it so far) and want to reference and give credit to your website. I cannot send you email via your link so please email to me or call me. Also check the reference to my book on my website. Best regards, Joseph A. Lieberman email@example.com or www.authorjoe.com
Comments: I am a high school guidance counselor and college adolescent psychology professor. One of the topics we cover is school violence. I found your website to be very informative. It is alarming to see the magnitude of school violence that has occurred over the years all written down in chronological order on one website. Since many of these incidents do not make the national news, it is sobering to see that these incidents are not isolated and in fact occur somewhere daily. This problem must be addressed.
Comments: Hi! I'm Sarah. I saw this on the MSN search and thought I'd check it out. I'm searching for stuff on Columbine, Rachel Scott and Cassie Bernall. Love in Christ, Sarah Preston
Comments: Thank you for your efforts. I will pray for Eric, Dylan, the victims, their families and the people of Jefferson County
Comments: I always love you Eric and Dylan, they were just two kids with a lot of anger the government should thank in when they said "I have a lot of anger and I will use it"
Comments: Hey thanks a lot for everything
Comments: Thank you soooo much for this website and all that you do to keep the issue of school violence in the forefront of our thinking. In this way we educators, et al can continue to search for prevention/intervention strategies. God Bless you. Dr. Donna Dalton Opoku-Agyeman, Director, Child Welfare & Attendance, Lake Elsinore (California) Unified School District
Comments: These days teachers and students are being pushed and damage. I think this is unbelievable
Comments: Awesome! The 13 Angels will never be forgotten by me! Rachel and the others we all great people that the Lord took home that day. God Bless You All!!
from Mandy: I learned at barely 16 how real and special life really is when I had
my son DANNY!! I knew that I would do anything in my power to make sure he never
felt any pain in any way!! I canít even think of any of these thing happening
to my son!!! All my love and prayers go out to everyone that was effected!!!
Date: 6/18/2005 Time: 11:42:24 AM
had been wrongfully been taken away from there loving family and will not be able to see there family on earth again and when the principal at my school came on the intercom and asked us for 1 minute of peace students had started crying.
Date: 6/19/2005 Time: 09:29:55 PM
from Ernestine Sauls, Jeanie Sauls (firstname.lastname@example.org
): God bless them all may their soul's rest in peace.
Date: 7/1/2005 Time: 01:00:09 PM
from J. Gary Cockman (Cgary704@aol.com): We need more compassion in our schools. We need teachers and
administrators to look at kid's needs first then the subject matter. Right now
it's the other way around. I was a high school teacher for 36 years, trust me,
too many people on power trips, they want to be in control.
Date: 7/13/2005 Time: 10:22:21 AM
Date: 8/5/2005 Time: 01:44:52 PM
from Jordan Lavoie (S6LIlburnSue@AOL.com): I was very upset when I found out about the shooting at
Columbine. I know that the three of the 13 victim's will be in heaven with God.
Let us try to prevent another tragedy like Columbine from happing again.
Sincerely Jordan Lavoie
Date: 9/20/2005 Time: 03:02:45 PM
from Prince Arthur Ensley (email@example.com): Thank you for letting the youth of these terrible acts know that
we will never forget them. My cousin was killed at
Date: 9/22/2005 Time: 10:28:31 PM
Date: 9/30/2005 Time: 10:52:03 AM
from Ray Harden (firstname.lastname@example.org): Keep
up the good work. I know these are only the incidents that have been reported.
I'm sure that the numbers for violence would triple or more if we had laws
stating you must report all acts of violence in our schools.
Date: 10/14/2005 Time: 07:39:49 AM
from Rich: Get someone who has some basic knowledge in HTML to fix your
site. It hurts the eyes.
Date: 10/21/2005 Time: 03:47:42 PM
from Good Maga. (lome-togo):
Very nice site!!!!!! I wan mek una no say i dey here!!!!!!!!!
Date: 10/25/2005 Time: 08:30:51 PM
from Justin Jourdain (email@example.com): Hi my name is Justin Iím from the
Date: 11/20/2005 Time: 09:28:08 PM
Date: 11/22/2005 Time: 07:17:50 AM
from Lydia (firstname.lastname@example.org): I'm really sorry for what happened and that is a real tragedy.
But at least you know that they are in a better place and there finally home. It
is a hard thing to loose someone so dear to you. They are with you everyday of
your life and are watching you all the time. So don't ever think that they are
not there. Life is to short to waste it doing drugs and doing dumb stuff. As you
can see when you least expect it that could be the last day of your life or the
last time you get to see your friends and family. So don't take them for
granted. Cherish your life and those around you, because that could be the last
time you see them.
Date: 11/25/2005 Time: 08:46:03 PM
from Thomas E. Goodwin, G.G. (TGGG85@aol.com): Thank You for this website. It is a valuable resource for those
interested in the ferocity of school attacks and those of us who shall always
remember the victims who died too young, too soon.
Date: 12/6/2005 Time: 07:54:49 PM
Comments from Sarah D (SD1390@hotmail.com): ummm..... yeah, about the Muncie Central one, I'm Travis' ex-girlfriend.... you know what is really weird? I have the same birthday as the victim.
Date: 12/7/2005 Time: 06:17:33 PM
from DeAnna Marie Smith (Blueeyedcutedee@yahoo.com): I ran across this site while searching for information on the
Date: 12/29/2005 Time: 08:07:57 PM
from Johnboy: Northern High School,
Mancuso may be paroled soon due to a new NC law that encourages the release of offenders convicted before 1994. http://www.wral.com/news/5480065/detail.html. Mancuso left a tape in his car stating that he would kill other girls. His attorney said he was mentally ill, and he could be released?
Date: 1/9/2006 Time: 10:07:24 AM
from Pfc. Ray Harden, SRO (email@example.com):
Keep up the good work.
Date: 1/12/2006 Time: 07:35:12 AM
Date: 1/16/2006 Time: 12:10:17 PM
from Ruth Christie (firstname.lastname@example.org): I find the use of your word "enjoy" on this website
very inappropriate. We must be aware of school violence and trends in violence
in schools but how one could "enjoy" knowing of such horrific
incidents and trends is beyond me. I suggest you remove that word and possibly
suggest people work towards knowing about these things only so they can work
together towards a peaceful world - one where students, school staff, teachers
and administrators are all safe from any kind of verbal or physical attack.
Date: 2/8/2006 Time: 05:52:10 PM
from Raven: Thanks so much for your information. Right now I am currently
writing an essay on the prevention of school shootings. Thanks for letting the
public know the real danger.
Date: 2/11/2006 Time: 05:13:28 PM
Date: 2/20/2006 Time: 02:41:29 PM
Date: 2/20/2006 Time: 11:41:57 PM
from D. M.: This one's for my buddy Zack. It'll soon be six years since I
last saw him.
Date: 3/4/2006 Time: 01:53:22 AM
from Victor: The Lindhurst Story with Johnny Mills really touched me. Not only because
I'm from the same town, but also because most staff don't talk much about it (I
guess they think they're protecting us). The town has always had its problems
and differences; but we should all be glad nothing like that has happened since.
Time: 07:13:58 AM
Sharon: I am so glad to see that other schools are being recognized for their
fatal shootings, besides Columbine (no disrespect to Columbine's loss). Whenever
there is a new shooting, Columbine is always the one that the news goes back to.
My kids went to school with the kids that got killed in the Lindhurst High
Shooting. I would just like to say that there are other ANGELS in this country
and for them to be recognized and respected as well as Columbine's ANGELS. Bless all the ANGELS from the past and BLESS all the ANGELS in the FUTURE
(because you know that it will not stop).
Time: 10:17:00 AM
from Ta Pope (Godgirl816@wmconnect.com):
(Godgirl816@wmconnect.com):This the most awesome website Iíve ever seen but the blue background is somewhat blinding
.Homepage URL: http://www.xanga.com/Queen_Ta
Time: 04:45:08 AM
Date: 4/20/2006 Time: 10:18:46 AM
Mackey (email@example.com ):
):Iím so sorry.
Date: 4/24/2006 Time: 07:08:10 PM
from Eric W. Barton
(firstname.lastname@example.org):I was a senior at
Time: 08:57:51 PM
from Cheryl ):
):While looking for Andrew Kehoe info I clicked on your site, it is eye opening, I didnít know there were that many attacks in schools. I grew up and went to school at Bath, even years after the bombing people would look towards town for smoke anytime there was any kind of blast sound, also his property was off limits for years in fear that there was sticks of dynamite still buried. The last survivor of the bombing just died a few years back and the school was also torn down, a remembrance statue is now standing there.
Time: 12:49:39 PM
from Jason ):
):Although 7 years has passed since the shooting tragedy at
Date: 7/14/2006 Time: 09:13:35 AM
from David Lessard
Society has many measures, but as it comes unto us, it can be mostly reflective, if one studies all it's comparatives there with-in it's institutions.
How truly frightening it comes to one's mind, when no comfort can be found with-in those given factors, as we try to remain complacent for our childrenís sake, while understanding, that as those tragic episodes continue to haunt us, we are truly helpless to protect those we love, and to whom are entrusted unto the care of others.
I'll tell you, I myself can't comprehend any thought now, and more so as an adolescent, to the bringing of a gun to any public place. One time, many moons ago, I remember that I had absentmindedly forgot to take this small pocket knife out of my jeans pocket, only to discover it there after arriving at school. I suffered that whole day, in the fear that somehow it would be noticed, and I'd be expelled, or be brought unto the wrath of an angry, disciplinarian father's bidding.
But, as it comes, and as it goes, that measure of society was far less liberal back then, and was a time where values and guidance came to it's youth, as we were given needed limitations, as well as received marks, and feedback unto the given studies of citizenship.
It seems now though, we've come to the conclusion that it's a good idea to let those without any comparative ability to understand what repercussion means, to be allowed to make all decisions for themselves. The chemistry with-in the mind of an adolescent just hasn't the capacity to formulate an adult action=responsibility decision. One's ability to process comparative decision doesnít develop until after puberty, or in other words, about an age range of 18 to 20.
Without proper parental guidance, and protection, as well as being given fair and defined perimeters, those that we just let loose unprepared into the world from day one, haven't any clue to what societal structure even means, nor do they find an easy way to properly place themselves with-in it, once they do.
By letting a child roam alone with-in their own life, it can only come back to them absent in understanding goals, absent in where they fit, and absent in meaningful achievement, as there's nothing allowing them to see past their own unmeasured world, nor to bring any purpose to what they do with-in it.
May we all find tolerance, and peace with-in, to forever guide us into a better future, and a far more understanding world.
(email@example.com):How sad it comes unto us all, whenever there's a loss of any child under any circumstance, but it becomes to be ultimately tragic, when they, the innocent, come to leave us from that of a violent death, due to the hands of another.
Time: 01:20:40 PM
from Rhiana Gallen (firstname.lastname@example.org ):
Most have forgotten
About the small high school
On a day so rotten
This was no April fool.
Parents were worried
Students were scared
Feelings were shared.
A shot goes off
A student scream
All silence but a cough
This was not a dream.
As the seventh anniversary passes
Those who remember turn glum
As nobody can see through the glasses
Of those who are numb.
):I dedicated a neopets guild (because I couldnít afford a website) to the shootings and I hope u view it. I also wrote a poem this April and I would like to share it with you.
Date: 8/10/2006 Time: 02:05:31 AM
from Cian Iremonger (email@example.com ):
I am a European. Shocked as I was to hear about Columbine, I can not help but feel that you ALL, as a country, are somewhat to blame for this tragedy.
Not to point the accusing finger, but if the comments posted on this page are anything to go by, you seem to be an uneducated people, unable to spell words such as "violence" , "loving" , "happened" etc.
This is not to say that you all are stupid, but maybe to look towards the government. You have elected a lying manipulator to run your country. You all need help.
Obviously, my heart goes out to the ones that lost relatives and loved ones in the two tragedies that your website concentrates on, but I cannot help but wonder if you have all missed the underlying trend.
The people that perpetrated these uncondonable acts of violence and hate were (and still are) being pushed aside by the massive machine that is your government. The two children from Columbine, though misguided in their actions, at least had the nerve to stand up and say, in a completely inappropriate way, that they felt judged and abused by their peers.
The attacks on the World Trade Centre also are inexcusable, but look at the people who are supposed to have done that. What you all call "towel heads" are an incredibly poor, uneducated and third world people. You should be ashamed that they actually brought the war to your doorstep, when you, the God-Almighty-We-Do-No-Wrong USA have been doing this for years.
Think of all the people who lost their entire homes, families and possessions during the Vietnam war.
And you want sympathy.
You need to take a good look at what's going on INSIDE your, and I misspell the word on purpose, CUNTRY, and see that you have a lot of improvements to make.
I am not a Michael Moore fan, but he has a point or two that you could look at.
Sincerely, and with the best of intentions, Cian Iremonger, Pre-School teacher
Time: 10:11:23 PM
from Michael Davies
Date: 9/14/2006 Time: 08:57:38 AM
from Jeanava ):
):I really did learn a lot from this. It really did open my eyes to a whole new me! Rachelís Challenge was a great way to open up to every one. I love this program and if this can help me it can help people all around the world. Thank You so much Rachelís Challenge is going to make a difference!
Date: 9/18/2006 Time: 05:46:33 PM
from Mrs. Maxine Bowman
(firstname.lastname@example.org):I am very impressed with the work you have done on Violence in Schools. I am currently doing a report on this for university but found the word limit too restrictive so have decided to do this topic for a PhD later after my bachelor. If you have any further information I would be pleased to read it. I am doing this topic because I am concerned for all people involved in school violence and would hope to one day contribute to the reduction. Thank you , Maxine.
Time: 06:10:35 PM
from Ashley L.: I wanted to say thank you for posting those pictures about Columbine. I
was 10 when it happened and so many of my neighbors went to that school. It
helps me remember what happened and seeing those pictures brings tears to my
eyes. So thank you.
Date: 9/18/2006 Time: 06:35:18 PM
from Maxine Bowman (email@example.com ):
Date: 9/27/2006 Time: 08:24:24 PM
Comments from Dawn: I don't know anyone personally, but my heart goes out to everyone who lost a love one in any school tragedy. You know if you didn't have faith you would be lost. Faith is the thing that keeps us going because we know god does everything for his own reason. You just have to thank him at all times whether good or bad. Put GOD first and everything else will fall in place.......KEEP THE FAITH
Date: 9/28/2006 Time: 12:52:22 AM
from Tom Mo (firstname.lastname@example.org ):
It is not at all surprising that the sort of tragedies witnessed at Columbine and now at
Date: 10/3/2006 Time: 05:36:35 AM
from Brandon Plemmons (email@example.com ):
):I was so devastated when I heard the news of Columbine in 1999. That tragic day on April 20, 1999. I will forever be in our minds. The angels will forever be in our hearts, and in our thoughts. God Bless the Angels of Columbine. May They Rest In Piece.
Date: 10/3/2006 Time: 08:04:13 AM
from J. O.: I have a son in the 10th grade, so I feel even more affected by the
school shootings this past week. I printed out some of the pages from the
"Violence in our Schools" web site to show him there has been violence
at schools for many, many years (not a good thing, but it helps put the recent
shootings into perspective). Wanted to let you know of another killing at Alisal
High School in Salinas, CA. for your statistics. It happened on my first day of
high school, September 1977.
It was a knife fight, and one person died.
Date: 10/3/2006 Time: 08:47:58 AM
from Clarence L. Hymon
(firstname.lastname@example.org ): One of the most comprehensive sources I have found to date regarding
school violence. Thanks
(email@example.com ): One of the most comprehensive sources I have found to date regarding
school violence. Thanks
): One of the most comprehensive sources I have found to date regarding
school violence. Thanks
Time: 07:45:02 AM
from D. MacDonald
(firstname.lastname@example.org):The book The Shooting Game by Joseph Lieberman is no longer available at Amazon.com and hasn't been for several months. Apart from lacking both footnotes and an Index or any serious attribution to his "sources", this book, while writing under the pretence of making a serious examination of the phenomenon of "school shootings", turns out to be a totally unfair, inaccurate and malicious attack upon Kip Kinkel, who, beyond any doubt, suffered from a very profoundly serious mental illness, untreated, and without which Kip Kinkel would never have committed the horrendous acts which he committed on May 20-21, 1998. I have come to know Kip over a period of nearly six years and he is in no way the person Lieberman depicts him as. This book should be given an F- grade. I use this grading method because the author of "The Shooting Game" should be trying hard to get through a 101 level course in writing, rather than pretending to be "the authority" on school shootings. In my experience, Kip Kinkel, treated for his illness is a kind, understanding and intelligent person who fits quite appropriately the description "a good person" and not the evil person depicted by Lieberman, in his malicious book. Additionally, it is questionable what the author's real intentions were in writing this book; if it was money he is out of luck; if an intelligent enquiry into the causes of "school shootings" he has totally failed to bring any light to this most disturbing phenomenon. Hence my "F-" grade.
from Aja Williams (email@example.com ):
):Well it's been like 7 years and I was reading about a school shooting here in PA where a milk man went in a school and tied up 10 little girls, killing 5 and leaving 5 injured and it made me think about the terrible columbine shooting. I was in 10th grade when that had happen, it was a shame. You never know what kids are thinking and what is gong through people mind. I never once looked anything up on this school until this past weekend and I never ever would want to be in that situation. From everything I have read and heard it just made chills go all through my body, my prayers till this day go out to the families. Your children were all angles and they still are angles, the angles that make sure you wake up everyday, and let you know that they will always be with you.
Date: 10/8/2006 Time: 07:37:10 PM
from Mike (firstname.lastname@example.org ):
):Why did this have to happen?
Date: 10/10/2006 Time: 05:29:48 PM
from Brian Kelley (Bkelley2000@comcast.net ):
Homepage URL: http://attleboropolice.org
):I am a new police officer in
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Date: 10/21/2006 Time: 02:38:53 PM
from Secret: Thank you so much for putting these victims of Columbine on this site. I
was touched by Misty Bernallís She Said Yes. Cassie Bernall, Isaiah Shoels, Kelly Fleming, Lauren
Townsend, Corey DePooter, John Tomlin, Daniel Mauser, Daniel Rohrbough,
Date: 10/23/2006 Time: 11:50:19 PM
from Rachel Keegan
Date: 10/27/2006 Time: 07:33:09 AM
from David MacDonald
regain their health and happiness. Very Sincerely, David MacDonald, Toronto, Canada
Date: 11/17/2006 Time: 04:17:07 AM
from Carlie G :
:I go to Australind Senior High School when you see this kind of thing on the news its other people and its real it happened you have sympathy but when you see the blood on the way to class thinking that the bells gone early and when you get out of class and there police swarming and people you know being put into an ambulance its not real any more your numb, your sure its TV Land and your dreaming but the next day at school when the whole school has an assembly and your friends are crying its real again but it hurts now the numb is gone. Before this I thought is was an American thing to bring guns or knifes too school now I know itís a fear thing. Children are no longer safe and have there innocence ripped away as they are born in to this world of horror and impurity of mind and soul from a young age we are teaching our children superficiality and pride. As if we are any better than the murderers in jail or the people in the peace core or the rock stars on TV were all the same with black hair pink hair red hair green hair black clothes pink clothes red clothes green clothes this is all the same. Even after what happened at our school yesterday at school I got my head smashed into my boyfriends and then his too the ground because my hair is pink and he has a Mohawk, were so called emos, That gives everyone the right too call us names and tell people we self harm my friends and I have never self harmed, we are happy and perky just like every other teenager we just dress different. I donít understand whatís wrong with our society when I canít go to class what out getting yelled at or jumped on. I go to a good school and learn wholesome normal educational things but the students at our school are racist sexist homophobic socialist and just plain stupid and superficial
Date: 12/18/2006 Time: 08:00:26 PM
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Time: 12:58:26 PM
from Amanda Sanders
Date: 1/9/2007 Time: 8:27:58 PM
Comments from Kevin in France (email@example.com): RIP for all victims of this tragedy
Date: 1/11/2007 Time: 11:23:41 AM
Comments from Crystal (firstname.lastname@example.org): This is a good site to let other youths know what can go on in an educational setting when the youth of today are not being taught coping skills and no supports in the home or within themselves.
Date: 1/18/2007 Time: 5:02:01 PM
Comments from Andre (email@example.com): What I get a kick out of is Evan Todd's father's respect life license plate. I guess we all forgot what his Evan Todd said: "Columbine is a clean, good place except for those rejects. Most kids didn't want them there. They were into witchcraft. They were into voodoo dolls. Sure, we teased them. But what do you expect with kids who come to school with weird hairdos and horns on their hats? It's not just jocks; the whole school's disgusted with them. They're a bunch of homos, grabbing each other's private parts. If you want to get rid of someone, usually you tease them. So the whole school would call them homos, and when they did something sick, we'd tell them, 'You're sick and that's wrong.' " - Evan Todd (255 lb defensive lineman), TIME, DEC 20, 1999. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,992873-12,00.html I guess we kind of forgot that one while we went on to praise the shiny new "Respect Life" license plates. Talk about not being worth the paint never mind metal it is stamped onto.
Date: 1/18/2007 Time: 5:10:00 PM
Comments from Andre (firstname.lastname@example.org): D. MacDonald, Kip Kinkel and Eric Harris both shared something in common. http://www.slate.com/id/2099203 [Eric] Harris' pattern of grandiosity, glibness, contempt, lack of empathy, and superiority read like the bullet points on Hare's Psychopath Checklist and convinced Fuselier and the other leading psychiatrists close to the case that [Eric] Harris was a psychopath. Kip wasn't the only person who lacked treatment. But then again, even that article on the columbine massacre says, that Eric Harris if he hasn't done what he did would have ended up becoming a bigger menace in society. More than likely a serial killer. Dave Cullen the author of the Article is coming out with a book about this sometime later this year. I don't agree with all his assessments but he did have some good points
Date: 1/26/2007 Time: 11:35:58 PM
Comments from Ski (NothingIsSoundemail@example.com):
Oh My Gosh! I saw the movie Dawn Anna and I also saw Bowling for
Columbine and I was so sad. Every time I hear about Columbine I want to cry!
I cried in Dawn Anna. I recommend it!!! RIP Lauren Townsend and all the
other Columbine Victims.
xxx Ski <3
Date: 2/1/2007 Time: 2:52:44 PM
Comments from Donald Van Deusen (firstname.lastname@example.org): David A. MacDonald of Toronto, Canada has got it all wrong (see his comments above or below). He says " The Shooting Game by Joseph Lieberman is no longer available at Amazon.com and hasn't been for several months." Idiot! The book was popular it is going into another printing. Sometimes Amazon gets sold out, but they soon have more. It is the BEST book on school shooting EVER! The bigger problem is that MacDonald seems to be in love with killer Kip Kinkel. I mean, really, does he seriously believe ďKip Kinkel is a good person who is kind and thoughtful and who would never have committed the acts of May 20 and 21, 1998 had he not been profoundly mentally ill.Ē Sure he was insane to a degree, but Kip had a history of violence going back to kindergarten. Lots of people are bipolar but they don't shoot their parents and kids at school. Kip was just an animal. He wrote in his diary: ďI am so full of rage that I feel I could snap at any moment. I think about it every day. Blowing the school up or just taking the easy way out, and walk into a pep assembly with guns. In either case, people that are breathing... will stop breathing. That is how I will repay all you mother f---ers for all you put me through.Ē Kind and thoughtful? Surely only his sister still clings to that illusion. David, you are sick, sick, sick.
Date: 2/4/2007 Time: 3:02:50 PM
Comments from KS(email@example.com): Thank you for letting me visit this website. I enjoyed every part of this site. I hope that you do not mind but I scanned a copy of the "13 angels" poem. I am also a senior and I fear that some dumb kid is going to turn my school into a tragedy. I do not want my family to tune in to see a another school shooting. I know that some kids at my school are lying and will not show their fear but, they too are scared and want to act strong around their friends. I personally think that every kid at my school could be an enemy. I also believe in Jesus and someone asked me, I too would say "yes." I pray that no more students will have to fear what Columbine had.
Date: 2/13/2007 Time: 1:30:21 AM
Comments from Sue Cyr (firstname.lastname@example.org): In the shooting at Lindhurst High, I was working in the ambulance that took Sergio Martinez to the hospital. He had his arm blown off by a shotgun. I do not know what happened to him. And also the boy who got shot in the head was a friend of my son, (whom I took out of that school 3 months earlier) The boy who got shot in the head was a cartoonist and was real smart. what happened to him. I know these people lived but I have not heard from them.
Date: 4/17/2007 Time: 2:30:31 PM
Comments from Sara (email@example.com): I think it is horrible what they did to those students even if I am a high school student I still think it is horrible to see so many people dead. I am sorry for the schools loss. I just hope when I have kids. I hope they never have to go through that.
Date: 4/17/2007 Time: 6:26:14 PM
Comments from Hope Amos (firstname.lastname@example.org): I think that this site is a wonderful idea and being that the Virginia Tech massacre was considered the Columbine of Virginia and college. I think that its a very sad thing in this world that people have to shoot and kill just to get their point across that they are different and they are apart of this world and how they can be who they want to be. Because of the bullying and teasing across the world innocent kids are dying for no legitimate reason. * RIP the people who died in COLUMBINE and VIRGINIA TECH MASSACRE !!*
Date: 4/17/2007 Time: 8:18:52 PM
Comments from Carisa Acosta (email@example.com): Hello, your friend who will never for get your kids. Am blogging the Angels to show my support for the families Best regards and warm hugs, Carisa Acosta
Date: 4/18/2007 Time: 7:54:36 AM
Comments from 84 graduate: I thought long and hard about stabbing a tormentor in junior high and high school in the kidneys as not to kill him but for him to be disabled for life. This guy made my life a living hell. Sometime I still wish I would have done it.
Date: 4/19/2007 Time: 1:18:30 PM
Comments from Jennifer: DO you ever think of what made them snap like that!? People just don't start killing people for no reason at all. Someone had to have picked on them to make them explode.
Date: 4/20/2007 Time: 10:33:09 AM
Comments from Grant T. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org): I learned about your web page through Channel 8 News. Actually, I had already viewed some of your pages because I was present at the Valley High School shooting in 1982 in Las Vegas. Grant T. Smith, Ph. D., Viterbo University
Date: 4/22/2007 Time: 4:39:43 PM
Comments from Dr. Sharon Young (email@example.com): Your contribution to the understanding of the vast problem of school violence should be seen in the mass of entries on this site. Thank you for your time! Your contribution to my dissertation is appreciated as well! Your entries after July will be missed.
Date: 4/30/2007 Time: 11:10:54 PM
Comments from Michael Drope (firstname.lastname@example.org): Lindhurst High School - May 1st 1992. This day changed my life forever. I like to think I have made positives out of this event but I wish it had never happened. To this day it still has a profound effect on me. I said goodbye to Mr. Brens minutes before the shooting and his face is forever burned in my mind and my dreams. No kid should ever have to deal with this kind of tragedy. You never leave my mind: Mr. Brens; Jason; Judy; and, Beaman.
Date: 5/1/2007 Time: 10:57:12 PM
Comments from Kareena: This is a wonderful, heartfelt tribute to the victims and their families. Good Job!
Date: 5/16/2007 Time: 8:48:58 PM
Comments from Deanna Mendoza(email@example.com): I currently go to Valley High School where a teacher was shot and killed 25 years ago on March 19, 1982, Mr. Piggot. There is currently a scholarship awarded every year to Valley students. I believe this is a great thing to keep his memory alive.
Date: 7/27/2007 Time: 9:38:05 PM
Comments from Chris Poulson PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org): I have been compiling files on shooters since 1996...When I came across your site I realized how many I have missed. Your statistical summary at the end just overwhelms me. Thanks for all your hard work. I understand how difficult it is to deal with the stories. I periodically swear off the work! My focus has been on locating writing done by shooters prior to the events searching for "paralinguistic" markers of shame. Thanks again!
Date: 7/31/2007 Time: 2:50:18 PM
Comments from Anonymous: May God bless all the victims and their families. I am from Fayetteville, Tennessee where the 1998 shooting of Nick Creson happened. I worked for the newspaper, and I can tell you it ripped people's hearts out. It was a sad and senseless act of jealously. Two very young guys with their lives taken away, one by death, the other by life in prison. My heart goes out to ALL the victims and their families. We need to do something to stop all this violence. Always remember, they are ALL "Angels" among us.
Date: 8/12/2007 Time: 9:34:04 AM
Comments from rrr: When you're being picked on, and no one isn't really interested, you have to push back. Idiot people with superiority complexes don't realize their actions, and their own stupidity, if they don't get proper feedback. Killing is wrong, at lets these douche bags off too easy - there's no afterlife whatsoever so it's better to get them repent for the rest of their lives. Long torturing, invalidating... watching as the "alpha-males" start crying and piss their pants in pain... then asking them if they feel superior anymore... that's how they'll learn, and never pick on others again, or think they're somehow superior. Less people will be walking with their heads filled with piss.
Date: 9/8/2007 Time: 11:31:42 AM
Comments from Connie Wells (email@example.com): I am a Senior at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin in Odessa, Texas. I visited your website to help with research for a paper I am doing on school violence. I was absolutely amazed that the problem of school violence reached so far back in time. I was truly impressed with what I have read. I hope that one day we will all be able to heal and put these tragedies behind us. We don't always understand why God allows things like this to happen, but I do know that He is in total control. Until the changes can be made and we can better prevent the problem, I will never forget and I will always remember. God bless you.
Date: 9/8/2007 Time: 4:03:39 PM
Comments from Jennifer A. Busbey (firstname.lastname@example.org): I went to Langham Creek High School. I did not enter until a year later after the school shooting. I had just moved to the area. We lived right behind the school. I always worried that something would happen like that while I was there. Fortunately nothing happened but I can tell you everyone was always on their toes. The school never again took anything for granted. Thank you for all your work you have done in collecting this information. I never knew that so many shootings happened. The news never reported them, I guess because no one wanted us to worry about this.
Date: 10/3/2007 Time: 10:34:00 AM
Comments from MO SRO: Your web site has been a constant source of information for me as I teach educators and officers on school safety. If we are to be safe, we must know about these incidents, the catalysts that drive them, and how to thwart them. I appreciate your work. I am sure it has taken volumes of time!!!
Date: 10/5/2007 Time: 9:07:14 PM
Comments from Gary (email@example.com): Hi, Just a correction to your article titled "Ian Bazalgette Junior High School, Calgary, Alberta, Canada". The 14-year-old instigator was NOT arrested by "The Mounties". The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is used in areas, mostly rural, that do not have their own police force. In this case, the arrest was by the Calgary Police Service. Regards, Gary
Date: 10/14/2007 Time: 1:03:13 AM
Comments from Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org): Keep Up The Good Work and Thanks For remembering these tragedies. Me and My community was affected by the Crosby shooting on Crosby, Texas in 1991. Scott
Date: 11/30/2007 Time: 10:11:46 AM
Comments from Ralph W. Larkin (Rlarkin@nyc.rr.com): Thank you very much for documenting violent school incidents.
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Date: 1/18/2008 Time: 11:10:01 AM
Comments from Ravyne (email@example.com): A comprehensive, troubling and eye-opening site. Keep up the good work.
Date: 1/21/2008 Time: 6:11:48 AM
Comments from Donna (Mama4paws@yahoo.com): Love the new look. Awesome new look! Greatest School violence site on the web.
Date: 2/22/2008 Time: 8:22:26 AM
Comments from Rebecca Ensley (firstname.lastname@example.org): The victims of Columbine are missed very much.
Date: 2/25/2008 Time: 10:04:31 AM
Comments from Marva Karo (email@example.com): I have been studying your work beginning in the later part of last year. I e-mailed you to continue to do this work. I know it is stressful and depressing, but it needs to be documented. It is time that we citizens must appeal to the policy makers on the changes we want to see in our schools K-12 and colleges alike. Like you, I have researched some of the school shootings (the major ones), trying to identify solutions (outside of the metal detectors, police on campus, mandatory counseling, the Clery Act, and a peace studies curriculum). A solution is possible, we just need to find it.
Date: 3/17/2008 Time: 10:17:05 AM
Comments from Sandra (firstname.lastname@example.org): Hello, I'm from France and I heard about Columbine 3 years ago. I know I'm a little bit late but I was too little to understand what a school shooting is... well, Columbine is so sad, I'm still shocking by it and we have to remember Columbine always... by the way your website is so great :) kisses from France, we are all thinking of Columbine and the victims of this tragedy send me an E-mail if you want it =)
Date: 4/18/2008 Time: 8:10:25 AM
Comments from Angelina Lopez (email@example.com): I have been researching on this subject for sometime now, and the more I read the more I grow in this story. And I have never been through anything like that but this caught my attention and it is very sad to hear about something like this and it is frustrating not being able to help! I think god that the people who were killed are in a better place.
Date: 4/20/2008 Time: 9:28:36 AM
Comments from Hillary Theimer (firstname.lastname@example.org): I am praying for all of Columbine High School and their families and friends. It saddens me on this day but also I know that there is HOPE and HEALING. God bless you all, Hillary Theimer
Date: 4/26/2008 Time: 2:12:29 PM
Comments from Donna Marie Cox (email@example.com): Rest in peace all victims of school shootings xxx
Date: 5/1/2008 Time: 11:03:40 AM
Comments from Phillip J. Crom (firstname.lastname@example.org): Thank you for your hard word and tireless efforts to help end this violence. I was both a friend of Jason White (God rest his soul) and I am still friends with Wayne Boggess (whom I have lost contact with, sadly) and I know it is a difficult subject to deal with, the death of those so young. Thank you for the others, as well. I didn't know anyone at Columbine, by God my heart still hurts for them and any one who was at any of the schools that were attacked. I say thank you for those who cannot, and for those who are, to this day, still too grief stricken to say thanks. I too, still long to hear the voice of my friend; Jason was a real character and I miss talking to him as our brothers would play together. (his younger brother, Jeremy Stickle, and I still communicate often since he and my brother, Scott, have been friends since the 3rd grade.) But that won't happen. I face that when I think about Jason, Beamon, Judy and Walter. I didn't know the latter 3 personally but I know four promising futures were put out and many more were marred forever. (Nine others I believe were wounded. I may not remember that count correctly however.) Thank you, for being a balm for an injured soul. If you wish to contact me, I would be more than happy to help clarify the information on your pages for Lindhurst because there is still more to be told, and until we do stopping such senseless acts of brutality will be difficult; truth and awareness are our greatest allies in the war to stop school violence. My email is email@example.com and I hope to hear from the owner of the site so that this, and all, the stories can be told fully. LTK
Date: 5/26/2008 Time: 10:33:05 AM
Comments from Franck Hauser (firstname.lastname@example.org): How can we kill so easily all those innocents peoples. That's the question? And why children can have an access to weapon??? People in your country should fight against weapons. You made a very good job with your website and I really hope that it will help. A lot of kiss from France we love you and we are very sad for what it happens to you. Franck Hauser from le Perreux sur Marne near Paris, France.
Date: 10/4/2008 Time: 3:00:35 PM
Comments from Doug Reynolds (email@example.com): The memory of the lives cut short at Columbine in 1999 is still on the minds of many. Some out of respect, a few out of copy-cat thoughts. I am a recently retired School Safety and Security Coordinator after spending 34 consecutive years serving a school district in Wisconsin. The last 20 in school safety. I am still helping schools in Wisconsin with safety and security planning, and continue to wonder at the ways Hollywood and the electronic media industry glamorize the "gutsy shooter" and throw that model up for Americans time and again for our collective admiration. God help us. Your loved ones memory is sacred, and many of us will continue to fight to keep our children safe. I just heard of your web-site and wished to commend your efforts.
Date: 10/24/2008 Time: 6:24:29 PM
Comments from Dawn Russo Cornejo (firstname.lastname@example.org): I was a sophomore at Valley High on March 19th, 1982. Just reading the story, brought all those horrific memories right back like it was yesterday. I felt my stomach start to hurt and before I knew it, tears were falling, and my body was shaking, reliving that entire week. Mr. Piggot was the kindest, most generous and giving person any student could ever have had. There are bits and pieces missing from this story, like, Mr. Piggot and his wife would bring troubled teens home to live with them, Problems with Parents, emotional stuff, whatever you needed he would counsel us. He was working with Patrick at that time. I guess Patrick just didn't want the help that so many of us needed. That's right, we all got no counseling. I remember his memorial had to be moved downtown to accommodate all the kids who attended. Well Mr. Piggot, I still think your the best thing since Peanut Butter......
Date: 11/3/2008 Time: 3:18:44 AM
Comments from Alyson Knill (email@example.com): I am from Great Britain and I have been reading all sorts connected with the Columbine shootings, I find it hard to comprehend that these two guys were so tormented that it led to this tragedy, and from what I read they shot and killed people they classed as friends, maybe something can come out of this tragedy, and that is to stop making people feel like outcasts, because they may be a bit different. xxx
Date: 12/2/2008 Time: 1:31:34 PM
Comments from Rebecca: I would like to say that my heart goes out to the families of all the victims of the school shootings. I have 2 young children and the thought of sending them to school scares me sometimes. I can't imagine the pain of losing your child like that. I would also like to say that the pain is just as great for the families of the perpetrators. I personally knew Heather Smith and her family were good friends of my family. No one would have ever thought she was capable of such violence-she was a very smart, very sweet girl. The anguish her family felt, and the guilt for the other families suffering, will always be with them. I hope that violence never has to touch anyone's life.
Friday, January 2nd 2009 - 06:41:00 AM
Comments from Roy firstname.lastname@example.org
Real-life angels understand difficulties and always give the
benefit of the doubt. They don't hold others up to the standards they can't live
Real-life angels are what "inner beauty" is all about. Real-life angels don't hold things against you; this beauty of angels have great solitude of charming
the only thing they hold...is you. They take your hand in theirs when you could use a little reassurance. They walk beside you when you could do with a little guidance and direction in your life. Thus they support you in your attempts to do what is right. Real-life angels multiply your smiles and add to your integrity.
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Tuesday, February 10th 2009 - 09:09:09 AM
Comments from Donna Haselden Mama4paws@yahoo.com
One of the best sites I have ever seen.....
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Monday, February 16th 2009 - 01:03:22 PM
Comments from John Barnett John@texasflange.com
As a victim (see Oct 15, 1991 entry), I feel I have even more a right to speak up. Gun-free zones are a horrible idea. In my specific case, it would not have made a difference, but look at the statistics across the country. Firearms in the hands of law-abiding citizens is a deterrent to crime. I was not injured by an evil weapon, but a misguided boy using it improperly. I've written my legislators in Texas asking them to co-sponsor, or at least vote for, the Open Carry bill coming before them this session. The Second Amendment was an original part of the Bill of Rights for a reason. Respectfully, John Barnett
Wednesday, February 18th 2009 - 11:56:53 AM
Comments from Barbie Gordon email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
To whomever reads this:
I am doing research for a college class exercise. I chose this website as a source for the topic of school violence. I am trying to determine the AUTHOR of this website--something I have yet to find while reading lots of information that intrigues me here. I understand that the information compiled here is from various sources, but I wanted to give credit in my citation to the website to an author. If he/she/they wish to remain unknown, that is very understandable. I hope very much to receive a response, but if I don't, I understand that as well. ...
I very well remember the Columbine massacre. I was preparing to go on a Missions trip to Belfast, Northern Ireland with several church friends when this horrific event took place. I was a stay at home mom at that time, having worked as a teacher in
Thank you for this website! I will refer back to it's contents in further study and cause myself to not only reflect and prepare, but to PRAY for the families of school violence and injustices. I will use it as a tool to remind myself of the senselessness of death and to the perpetuation of action as I can discuss what I have discovered here with others in my life. The burdens that must be shared are showcased here. To fulfill the law of Christ, (Galatians 6:2) we must be educated of the needs of others. I salute those who have tirelessly contributed to this website and others like it. I do not consider it a glorification of evil, but a preventative tool of action to reach out to the hurting and to motivate the ones who do not know where to begin their campaign against school violence. God's blessings to those who will never forget. May He heal all wounds and wipe away all tears!
Sincerely, Barbie Gordon, Virginia, USA
Thursday, March 5th 2009 - 01:28:57 PM
Comments from Ranjeet email@example.com
Drugs or alcohol, their behavior begins to change, they sometimes spend big amounts of their income to support their addiction, they don't communicate as well or as much with the people around them. Alcoholism oftentimes produces this illusion that nothing has degenerated in the life of the one affected by it. But the fact that they donít perceive it does not mean the situation is not extremely wrong. The people in the addicted individualsí environment should speak up. They have created intervention to make it less hard for those individuals. It is extremely good to have a lot of people performing the intervention. The person struggling with an alcohol dependency must not perceive beforehand the intervention. The intervention frequently makes the person struggling with an alcohol dependency face what his addiction does to him and everyone around. The whole point of doing an intervention is to have the dependent individual enter an alcohol rehab. That is why itís less difficult if the people have searched for treatment centers that would fit the addicted person. Because an addicted person can be very unstable, you should be ready to send the alcoholic right away when he notices that he needs help. Thomas
Saturday, March 7th 2009 - 02:00:30 AM
Comments from Anonymous firstname.lastname@example.org
wow Jonny Mills' little story was almost there! I'm sorry but on May 1st 1992 in Building C anybody who was there would clearly describe one major detail in which J. Mills left out and that was listening to Mr. Brens drown in his own blood. I'm sorry but I think maybe Jonny Mills likes the lime light but if I remember right it was Warren Cook who had the shotgun in his face the whole damn time. all I know is that to this very moment I still know what it sounds like listening to gurgling blood and watching it shoot out there mouth. And quote this oh and Columbine was so bad fuck off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thursday, April 16th 2009 - 08:24:10 PM
Comments from Randall Flynn email@example.com
April 20th is fast approaching which is the 10-year anniversary
of Columbine. This date was chosen and still is chosen by numerous nuts because
it is also Hitler's birthday. With bullying and school violence still a problem
everywhere together we can help your listeners. Together we can provide
solutions and awareness. With the topic of school violence, copycats come out of
the woodwork and the secret service reports that 80% of school shooters claimed
they were bullied. The goal for us is to make parents aware and to have
them discuss the following with their child:
1. Most of the time before something happens others are aware of it and just dismiss it.
2. Many attackers have been caught when their threats are taken seriously by those on social networks.
3. If a school threat was spotted on MySpace or Facebook would your child ignore it or report it?
4. We can be proactive or remain reactive.
Monday, April 20th 2009 - 02:29:17 PM
Comments from Kesha firstname.lastname@example.org
My hearts and prayers continue to go out to the family and friends of Columbine!
Tuesday, April 21st 2009 - 10:46:23 AM
Comments from Shannon Collins email@example.com
I am sorry for all the people that got killed in the Columbine
High School shooting. They are truly missed. I hope all the people that
got injured will be ok.
Signed: Shannon Collins
Thursday, May 7th 2009 - 09:37:40 PM
Comments from: Anderson
My condolences go out to the family and friends of all of the victims, and to the survivors that live with memories of such a traumatic event. It's been ten years but time doesn't heal all wounds.
Sunday, June 7th 2009 - 03:45:10 PM
Comments from Casiana Hollers firstname.lastname@example.org
I am Casiana Hollers, the mother of Manuel Rodriquez' only son "Manuel Anthony Hollers" who is now going to be 20 years old July 31, 2009. My son was about to be 5 months old when his father was shot in front of Channel Islands High School in 1989. I know it's about that time that his murderer Arnel Salagubang will be going up for appeal. Never has my son in all these years received restitution for loss of knowing his father. In 1989, a lot of lives were changed due to this ignorant act, and it seems like yesterday that this all happened. The only realization of the years that has past is looking at my son and seeing him grow into the man he is. My son is in the U.S. Navy and still has the loss of never knowing his father. I appreciate the article you wrote and took interest in. Thank you so much, Casiana Hollers - the deceased ex-girlfriend and mother of his only son.
Monday, October 26th 2009 - 07:33:33 PM
Comments from Brooke
Thank you your site has been helpful in my research. Its unfortunate that this is a topic available to research at all. God Bless
Wednesday, November 18th 2009 - 09:49:09 AM
Comments from Fabiana email@example.com
If anybody knows anything about the California State massacre in 1976, please email me. This is very important. I really need to find a way to contact the relatives of one of the victims - Deborah Paulsen. Thank you very much! Fabi.
Tuesday, November 24th 2009 - 09:23:42 PM
Comments from Marcellina A. Ventura firstname.lastname@example.org
Jahmalie Henry was my ex-boyfriend cousin. Here in the Virgin Islands we are still taking measures to stop the violence in our schools. Your website is very informative. Thank You for creating it.
Friday, November 27th 2009 - 09:04:39 PM
Comments from JB email@example.com
Gilroy High School, Gilroy, California, Tuesday, October 3, 1995. While doing some follow-up on jury duty, looked this one up.. Boy, somebody really got the facts messed up on this one, makes it look like poor Marcos was almost a victim of justice gone bad. If this is the accuracy of information on this site, then what value is it. I sat in the court room the entire trial, the facts are not what you reported. During a fight at Gilroy today, 15-year-old gang member Carlos Vaca was pushed into 16-year-old Marcos Valdez, who was defending himself from another opponent. The fight climaxed when a five-inch blade found its way into Carlos. He later died from his wounds. Marcos, Pavel Zapata, 17, and Gerardo Avila, 19, were all charged in Carlos's murder. Source: National School Safety Center's Report on School Associated Violent Deaths; Survivor of this act of school violence
Thursday, January 21st 2010 - 11:35:39 AM
Comments from Nonya firstname.lastname@example.org
You don't know what happen. the boy couldn't have told you that because he was dead so now please tell me what person said that? Ughhhh. I just hate the media!!!!!!!!!!!
Sunday, February 28th 2010 - 09:43:20 AM
Comments from Shawn R. Mell email@example.com
As a PA State Trooper who is actively engaged in the prevention of violent death in our schools through security assessments and presentations, this website has been one of my go-to sites for historic and current events for several years. Although I routinely search for school violence incidents, the complacency, particularly of our media, has made it difficult to stay abreast of current events w/o spending a substantial amount of research time, which is not always available. I am greatly appreciative of this great source of information, along with other websites focused on school security. Your efforts are honorable, but more importantly, greatly effective in helping those of us who work in this field maintain our advantage regarding current events when dealing with others who are not. Thanks again for your efforts and I will end by saying that I direct those in the school and law enforcement community to this website as a matter of personal protocol.
Thursday, August 19th 2010 - 08:44:56 PM
Comments from Marsha Mitchell-Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
I was there at General Brock High School that day in 1990. I actually suppose to be in that very hallway at the time of the shooting and I can say it is a day I will never forget. I can not remember what I was wearing but I can remember at first it all felt like a dream, and then we all came to realize it was not the teachers ushered us into what ever room you were the closet to and closed and locked the doors and made us sit under our desks and pleaded with us to say down and away from the windows. I will never forget our teacher Mrs. Clark sitting on the floor with us telling us about the time she worked as an English teacher in one of the jails and telling us off a riot that happened and how the inmates gathered around to protect her from harm. I recall now that it took our minds off of what was happening at the time. I was to scared to think of anything but getting out of there alive and wanting to see my family and friends. My heart goes out to anyone who has ever gone through this and I pray to god everyday my children never have to. Please stop think about you say or do before it is to late. Just wanted to say that General Brock High School Is in Burlington Ontario Canada and three students were shot in February of 1990 all three survived Thank God and the shooter was caught and convicted as an adult.
Wednesday, September 1st 2010 - 11:25:11 AM
Comments from Daniel Hennemier Barney108@hotmail.com
Great page, and very informative. However, at the risk of coming off like a jerk, I suggest that you comb through your entries and fix the typos. You're also lean a bit too much on colorful prose, and oftentimes it ends up obscuring details in the process. I think that you have a valuable resource here, but it's not without its rough spots. Keep up the good work though, as it's certainly appreciated.
Saturday, October 9th 2010 - 10:38:33 PM
Comments from Roger Alford email@example.com
I was only 10 years old when Larry Brown of Mount Pleasant High in San Jose was shot and killed. I went to the school just across the street - Foothill - now a part of the middle school August Boeger. We were alerted and brought inside and locked down. We were not allowed to leave, nor were our parents allowed into the school until it was secure. At the time, we only heard there was someone with a gun in the area, after our parents were inside, everyone, and I do mean everyone was briefed on the incident, and what precautions the school takes in events like these. It came to a reality that day that any of us could have been shot and killed out of rage - even by mistake. In a twisted case of irony, I ended up attending the same high school as the shooter, Yerba Buena High, for my 4-years of hell. I hated that school, and was constantly reminded that this was the school of the shooter, as I was a White kid in a predominantly Vietnamese school. Unfortunately no one remembers these events unless they were moved by them as I was. Sometimes it is better to forget, others, it is better to remember.
Sunday, October 17th 2010 - 10:13:06 PM
Comments from Rafe firstname.lastname@example.org
Haven't had much luck finding such a good info! GREAT JOB!
Thursday, October 21st 2010 - 08:24:26 AM
Comments from Tanya Waymire email@example.com
In the school shooting at Langham Creek 1985.
Sunday, October 24th 2010 - 10:23:45 AM
Comments from Randy Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm responding to the article on Gena Lawson. You know its bad when things like this happen. But I think we have failed as parents and as a society, so lets don't be so quick to point the finger at our kids. We've all had a part in making this country the way it is. So we reap what we sow. So does two wrongs make it right / who do we have to look up to anymore / the police? The government? Ha ha. That's a joke, we're all just slaves of the system. Soon to be dictatorship. It's a wonder we're not all in the streets killing each other.
Thursday, October 28th 2010 - 07:48:10 PM
Comments from Kimothy-Dawn email@example.com
Great website, keep up the good work.
Sunday, November 21st 2010 - 06:12:13 PM
Comments from Melanie Johnson HeartBreakeForReal@gmail.com
Istrouma High School, Baton Rouge, LA 1998 grad
Saturday, January 29th 2011 - 07:20:18 PM
Comments from Lisa firstname.lastname@example.org
This list really ticks me off. You've got ONE story whereby you
'discover what REALLY happened', and you posted it and left the erroneous FIRST
post there to show how media tells lies. Why did you not bother to to that
for any other story?? You send such misinformation out there when you don't tell
the whole story. Joey Summerall was a renowned, particularly vicious bully at
Tavares Middle School. He was mean, and cruel. He would grab girls' private
parts, dump plates and/or trays of food on people (or maybe he'd just dump milk
all over you...depending on his mood), hurt and regularly, systematically,
terrorized people...he was just vicious, and kids hated coming to school
because of him. Kids couldn't LEARN because of him, because their entire
existence at Tavares Middle School was worrying that they'd see him and that
he'd hurt them. Nothing more. One day, the wrong kid had had enough. Keith did
get kicked out that day from home, so he was already in a bad way, and he KNEW
what he'd face when he got to school....the same, UNCHECKED TORMENT. He snapped
and that was it. He went to school and pumped 13 bullets into Joey Summerall's
chest, at school, right in front of everyone. What I remember being most
profound about it was the local news interviewed lots of the students, many whom
were bullied by Joey, and they all talked of the ugly they suffered at his
hands. I was amazed that none of them seemed really traumatized. Many were
upset, but they did the best they could NOT to show their complete and utter
RELIEF that their tormentor would hurt them no more. One girl even said as much.
She was upset, but clearly RELIEVED. But Keith has just been labeled 'bad'
for this, and that's that. And OF COURSE, the principal claimed to have absolute
ZERO knowledge of the hell these kids were enduring at the hands of this
monster. 'No clue at all' he says. They actually planted a tree for the
monster a year later. I think it should be bulldozed and if I knew where it was,
I'd chop it down myself then run it through a wood chipper, then burn the chips,
then dump the ashes at the smelliest landfill. BULLIES SHOULD NEVER BE
CELEBRATED!!!! And of course, Joey's mom and family were devastated at his
'untimely tragic death', but why didn't his mom know her son's hateful, ugly,
legacy? How did she NOT know how much pain, anguish and turmoil he continually
inflicted on others? How deeply and utterly miserable he made everyone around
him? But of course, the Keith Eugene Anderson is just 'bad', no one acknowledges
that bullies push too far, sometimes with devastating results. From day one, my
heart went out to Keith Anderson. He was going through one of the worst times in
his life, and on top of it all, he had to put up with Joey Summerall constantly
picking at him and trying to start fights.
Bullies are the scum of the earth, and I will NEVER mourn the death of a single one of them...no matter how old they are. How about you actually open up each entry to its own comment section, so that people who were actually THERE and know what happened beyond the lame one sentence you post can actually add something to it that would make this website even worthwhile.
Sunday, January 30th 2011 - 08:10:50 PM
Comments: Lucinda Chase email@example.com
we just had a pencil stabbing in our secondary school. have a school board meeting in 3 days. found some very helpful articals that might help bring the severity of this problem more to their attention
Tuesday, March 1st 2011 - 04:31:05 PM
Columbine was indeed a tragedy. The "bit" on DeKalb High School shooting 1987 I find offensive. I was there and so were my sisters and many friends. We rode the bus with both Timothy and Nathan, to say they bullied Nathan into his actions is just wrong. That young boy had issues outside of school. I never saw anyone "bully" him. He was mainly a loner that never fit and didn't appear to try to. Timothy was the exact opposite. A ray of sunshine despite his challenges. The media turned our tragedy into a "witch hunt". Its not always only one thing. It is many. Bless them both.
Monday, March 28th 2011 - 05:23:58 AM
Comments: Sean Odom Sean.Odom@va.gov
God bless you
Thursday, May 26th 2011 - 11:19:15 AM
Comments: Roberta Warren firstname.lastname@example.org
I was in the stairway at Maryland Park Jr. High School when Billy Ray Prevatte ran past. We heard the gunshots. Mr. Hicks was my teacher. He did not teach shop. He taught Core (a Social Studies/English) class. I think his first name was Robert. I have been looking for how long the murder served in any facility for some time.
Saturday, July 16th 2011 - 10:48:39 AM
Comments: Tonja email@example.com
I was there at the Spanaway shooting, 1985. All three were my
friends and to this day, 26 years later I can't stop thinking about it at
After Columbine I had horrible dreams and flashbacks. The good news is they have implemented many good security regulations for schools like lock downs.
Sunday, August 21st 2011 - 04:09:14 PM
Comments: Elizabeth Eshman firstname.lastname@example.org
All the information that you keep is appreciated. Thank you.