Im seriously starting to scare myself; i think i might be seriously homicidal. but i wouldnt just kill 10 kids, id kill hundreds. I Dont know what to do
How long have you been having these thoughts? Have you been diagnosed with homicidal thoughts, if your really scare for your safety tell one of your parents and suggest that you’d like to talk to a specialist about these thoughts and how you think you might be homicidal
Eric wearing Colorado Rockies Baseball Cap in the two photos seen above.
Quoted from Tom Mauser’s book “Walking In Daniel’s Shoes”
Mark Manes was the man who sold one of the guns, a TEC-DC9 semi-automatic handgun for $500, to Eric and Dylan (the gun was purchased and used by Dylan) while they were still 17 years old. By the time Manes sold the gun to an underage buyer, he thought that he had finally left his troubled years behind him. The drugs were out of his life and he just got a job and a girlfriend.
He was sentenced to 6 years in prison 4 months after the shootings. Manes served about 19 months in the Huerfano and Sterling correctional facilities before he was released in June 2001 to a halfway house in Lakewood. Thereafter, he was released in 2002 under electronic monitor, which means that he had to wear an ankle monitor 24 hours a day. Manes had been denied parole three times. By today, Manes is a free man, who deeply regrets his decision to sell the gun to Dylan, claiming that he had no idea what would happen.
March 15, 1999, from “The Basement Tapes,” pondering over what their parents would say after the massacre:
Dylan: “If only we could have reached them sooner, or found this tape.”
Eric “If only we would have searched their room. If only we would have asked the right questions.”
Eric and Dylan’s houses in Google Street View.