Skip to comments.Police: Twins in suicide pact had Columbine image
Posted on 11/19/2010 4:28:48 PM PST by Feline_AIDSEdited on 11/19/2010 4:29:47 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
A photocopy of a magazine cover about the Columbine school shooting was found among the belongings of Australian twin sisters who shot themselves in a suicide pact at a Colorado shooting range, authorities said Friday.
The magazine cover was found among stuffed animals, cell phones and jewelry the twins left behind at the nearby hotel where they had been staying. No suicide note was found.
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I’m glad I wasn’t there that day. It’s a nice range.
Smells like a murder to me.
I’m thinking the twin that survived killed her sister and then shot herself in the head.
The story states that one twin had been going to the range for about two weeks and decided to bring her sister to “carry out the plan.”
Are most of the suicides committed at the range involves gun that were rented there? The twins used the .22 pistols that they rented from the shooting range.
One of the twins survived and for whatever reason did not want to explain why they did it.
I heard about this case on the radio too. This is the outdoor range? I’ve been to that one too—a long time ago—probably the 80’s or 90’s. Very odd story. They’d travel all the way from Australia to carry this out? Disgusting that these women were that selfish. Look at the anguish they have put their parents through. Look at the turmoil and upset they caused at the range. Someone that unstable could easily take others out too—accidentally or on purpose. If the surviving twin thinks her life was messed up before, she’s going to have a heckuva time living with all of this. I betcha she’ll try to finish the job back in Australia.
It’s my “home” range, I guess. I just shake my head at what people do.
Shoot (no pun intended), if I had the money to go to another country, I wouldn’t go there to blow my head off, but that’s just me.
Some sort of “Look at me!” suicide.
I guess. Some people pick some weird, horrible ways for attention.
Look at the anguish their parents put them through (If not for that wild night in the Outback, they wouldn't have had to go through a life they found more painful than death.)
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