Watch the video. Four unsuspecting teens are sent to a local forest to work on what they think is a science experiment for class. What they don't know is that something more than just samples of dirt awaits them. A group of students, testing soil samples in a forest as part of a science project, chance upon a wild-man trapped in a very flimsy looking wire cage. Rather stupidly, they decide to release the caged man, who proceeds to tear the dumb kids limb-from-limb. Just like his debut feature-length movie, 'Jack Brooks, Monster Slayer', which wastes over an hour going nowhere, Jon Knautz's early 'home-made' short Teen Massacre available as an extra on the 'Jack Brooks, Monster Slayer' DVD suffers from spending too long in introducing it's irritating characters: half of it's running time is wasted on inane chit-chat when it would have been more wisely spent delivering what the title promises although at least, in this instance, the 'padding' only amounts to six minutes. Still, once the teens eventually begin to be massacred, things start to look up a little. Despite its ultra-cheap production values, lousy acting, and terrible script, this energetic effort succeeds in being fairly entertaining thanks to plenty of OTT bargain-basement splatter FX achieved using buckets of home-made blood and off-cuts from the local butcher shop: a throat is ripped out, an arm is torn off and thrust down the victim's throat, and entrails are yanked out left, right and centre.
Ten students were killed in the school library, where the pair subsequently committed suicide. Another three people were injured trying to escape the school. At the time, it was the deadliest school shooting in United States history. In addition to the shootings, the attack involved several homemade bombs. Two of these were placed in the cafeteria, powerful enough to kill or seriously injure all people within the area, although they failed to detonate. Their cars in the parking lots were made into bombs which also failed to detonate, and at another location away from the school, two bombs were set up as diversions, only one of which partially detonated. The motive remains unclear; but the pair planned the massacre for around a year, and hoped the massacre would cause the most deaths in United States history, which then meant exceeding the death toll of the Oklahoma City bombing , which occurred four years earlier in USA Today referred to the attack as "planned as a grand, if badly implemented, terrorist bombing. The police were slow to enter the school and were heavily criticized for not intervening during the shooting.
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By Valerie Edwards For Dailymail. A California teen was arrested last week for allegedly threatening to carry out a massacre at his former high school just two years after he was expelled for making similar threats. Devin Anthony Harper, 18, was taken into custody early Saturday morning by officers from the Montebello Police Department. Police responded to the block of South 6th Street around Devin Anthony Harper, 18, of California, was arrested last week for allegedly threatening to carry out a massacre at his former high school, Montebello High School pictured , just two years after he was expelled for making similar threat. The woman told police that her son received a message on the social media platform that said Harper had planned to 'take a gun and start a massacre at Montebello High School' on Monday, March 2.
Reading all your comments makes me feel sometimes uplifted, other times scared as hell. My number one question is about family - I want him to be able to be around for kids when that time comesso how realistic is it to expect him to be there for their sporting games or whatever they're doing. But I love him. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. The church really needs to tailor to more partial LDS families, imho.