True Crime
I post mostly Columbine related stuff on this blog; but this is a true crime blog.

I kind of started blogging about Columbine again after almost two years

Dylan was dining in a restaurant with his mother Sue, He had on his trenchcoat and those glasses. As Sue looked around the restaurant she thought people were uncomfortable and afraid of him. She said “Dylan, people are afraid of you with that on you need to take it off.” He just smiled at her. I think when he got this coat it was the first time he ever felt power in his life
Judy Brown recalls an incident that took place 4 months before the massacre (via dy1ank1ebo1d)
They were angry with the world, and that anger was beginning to show.
Brooks Brown, No Easy Answers (via forrebandvodka)
But you can’t always fix other people. They have to fix themselves.
Brooks Brown, No Easy Answers (via forrebandvodka)

I am a nice guy who hates when people open their pop cans just a little.

I am a nice guy who hates when people open their pop cans just a little.

Ignorance is bliss, I guess… That would explain my depression.

thisismydarknightmare:

-Dylan Klebold.

colour-me-fucked:

After the guilty verdict is handed down, Domini Teer, girlfriend Damien Echols and mother of Seth Damian Teer, the couples son of is photographed in the arms Damien’s sister Michelle.
Jonesboro, Arkansas 1994
So unbelivebly sad that whole situation must’ve been.

colour-me-fucked:

After the guilty verdict is handed down, Domini Teer, girlfriend Damien Echols and mother of Seth Damian Teer, the couples son of is photographed in the arms Damien’s sister Michelle.

Jonesboro, Arkansas 1994

So unbelivebly sad that whole situation must’ve been.

sistercy:

spoilersspoilerseverywhere:

"If you’ve done no wrong, surely the courts will look on you as innocent before proving you guilty."

I can’t even come up with irony for that, because shitstains like this make sure this never REACHES court.

He’s burying himself and hiding becuase he knows, he KNOWS he did wrong. He KNOWS He fucked up.

And he knows that the system that has gone to great lengths to ensure he won’t suffer anything worse than a suspension of ‘being fired’ can’t protect him from people who know his face, his name, and everything else.

Because he knows his face now is more memorized and circulated than Edward Snowden.

And he can’t hide from the fucking world.

Ferguson Officer Byran P Williams, the man who murdered Mike Brown, is comfortably sitting at home changing his facebook name to a cartoon character and going “tee hee no one will find me now!!”

Use his full name as often as possible, make it immediately come up when you google Ferguson or Michael Brown.

Make sure his name is marked in fucking history. They can’t fucking hide anymore.

truecrimehothouse:

Faces of various young inmates

comprehending-columbine:

violatears:

comprehending-columbine:

Everyone’s always talking about how there is a possibility that Dylan was alive for a few moments after shooting himself while Eric died instantly..where did that come from?

Who’s saying that?

No one specifically…

jiminjuseyo:

I have no right. NO right to ask any of you for help. But at this point I’m pretty desperate.

I’m trying to continue my schooling but I’m running out of funds and my parents won’t help because I lost my other job and can’t find a new one and they tell me my anxiety is “just an excuse for not wanting to go back to work”

Even if you can’t contribute, can you please just reblog this so it can get out there?

I can’t offer any sort of rewards unfortunately but I would be so forever appreciative of any help I can get.

dylankrebold:

so i just finished this movie called “beautiful boy” you can go the imdb page by clicking here so its was about a kid (sam) who was really shy and alone and he couldnt take it anymore killed 17 students in his school and then shot himself there was a character called eric and his sons name was…

I find it weird that no matter how much time I spend away from Columbine, every time I decided to look back on my blog and look at anything Columbine, it all just comes back.

I don’t think this part of me will ever go away, and I don’t really know how I feel about that.

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