ericharrisblog:

Dylan’s 12th grade teachers:

Pic1: Kristine Macauley - Bowling
Pic2: Joe Higgins - Ap Calculus
Pic3: Eric Kritzer - Philosophy
Pic4: Gary Talocco - Adv video
Pic5: Judy Kelly - Creative writing
Pic6: Thomas Johnson - Psychology

(Note: Dylan only had Philosophy from December 21st to on January 5th, when he quit that subject)

(via everlasting-contrast)

kverke:

EVIDENCE.

kverke:

EVIDENCE.

thecolumbineblogwithrebandvodka:

Better view of the two guns they used, at the Columbine exhibit.

thecolumbineblogwithrebandvodka:

Better view of the two guns they used, at the Columbine exhibit.

thecolumbineblogwithrebandvodka:

Dylan’s Knives which he had during the massacre was a Cobra Warrior Spike Knife and a Linerlock Folder Knife ,

everlasting-contrast:

Fly and Arlene: A Shotgun Love Story

My little silly speculation that Dylan named his double barrel “Fly” in echo to Eric’s pump-action Shotgun, “Arlene”. In a way, these two guns were the boys’ only, dependable girlfriends.  So, as referenced in both Eric and Dylan’s writings, the two hot ‘chick’ shotguns were mentioned as a pair and they chilled and hung out in a shuttle around the stratosphere together while their owners, the two ‘gods’, ascended to the afterworld.  Or, who knows.. maybe Fly was the boyfriend to Arlene?  ;-)  

ericharrisblog:

Savage 311-D 12-gauge double-barrel shotgun that Dylan used on April, 20th.
The first photo show the same model in its original form. While second one show how long and where Dylan sawed off his shotgun.

arlene-columbine:

TANNER GUN SHOW

ALL COLUMBINE GUNS ORIGINALLY CAME FROM THE TANNER GUN SHOW

Tanner Gun Show The Mart Pavilion Denver Merchandise Mart 451 E 58th Ave Denver CO 80216 West of I-25, just North of 58th Avenue.

"At the show, Eric, Dylan and Robyn walked over to the man Eric and Dylan had spoken with the day before. He had a Stevens double-barrel shotgun for sale that was manufactured around 1969. The gun was almost as old as Eric and Dylan combined, but they would launch it into history.

Eric and Dylan asked him he had anything shorter tha the double barrel and he brought out a tape measure to show them how far down they could legally cut the barrel. He asked Eric and Dylan if they had “brought someone eighteen years old this time.” They said they had.

He asked Anderson her age. She said she was 18 but looked young, so he asked her for ID. She produced her driver’s license.

He told her the shotgun was $245, about the same price they would pay for every gun hey bought that day. Robyn pulled a wallet out of her bag, brimming with Dylan’s money, and counted out the cash. She paid mostly in twenties and no receipt was given. He went to hand the shotgun to Robyn but Dylan took it.”

everlasting-contrast:

Mag from Dylans Tec-9 with live rounds still in it.
TEC(-9)hnical Difficulties?

In regards to how many shots fired by Dylan:

9MM INTRA-TEC SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL MODEL TEC-DC9 [CBI 23/JCSO 903] 9MM MAGAZINES: 4 

Library West: 
CBI 34/JCSO 1093 [Magazine with 3 Rounds], 

Main Hallway: 
CBI 30/JCSO 1859 [Broken Magazine and Frame/Spring], 

Outside: 
CBI 213/JCSO 2358 [50 Round Magazine with 40 Rounds], 

BMW (Klebold): 
CBI 991/JCSO 6004 [{36 Round} Magazine with 34 Rounds] - Found Between Driver’s Seat/Floor Board

As you can see Dylan was misplacing/dropping/having trouble with the magazines that day. In the basement tapes, Dylan states that he has a “50 round clip, two 36’s & a 24”

Well, 1 of the 36 round magazines was found in his BMW & the 50 round magazine was found on the grass outside on the hill where E&D had been.

34 rounds were found in the 36 round mag & 40 rounds were found in the 50 round mag = 74 live [not fired] rounds. 

Dylan had shortchanged himself of over half of his 9mm ammo that day.

Also, Dylan fired 19 rounds from one spot in the Main Hallway, where a BROKEN magazine was found. There were no remaining rounds found in that magazine. 

Therefore, sometime into the shooting, Dylan was down to only 1 working magazine.

everlasting-contrast:

Mag from Dylans Tec-9 with live rounds still in it.

TEC(-9)hnical Difficulties?

In regards to how many shots fired by Dylan:

9MM INTRA-TEC SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL MODEL TEC-DC9 [CBI 23/JCSO 903] 9MM MAGAZINES: 4 

Library West:
CBI 34/JCSO 1093 [Magazine with 3 Rounds],

Main Hallway:
CBI 30/JCSO 1859 [Broken Magazine and Frame/Spring],

Outside:
CBI 213/JCSO 2358 [50 Round Magazine with 40 Rounds],

BMW (Klebold):
CBI 991/JCSO 6004 [{36 Round} Magazine with 34 Rounds] - Found Between Driver’s Seat/Floor Board

As you can see Dylan was misplacing/dropping/having trouble with the magazines that day. In the basement tapes, Dylan states that he has a “50 round clip, two 36’s & a 24”

Well, 1 of the 36 round magazines was found in his BMW & the 50 round magazine was found on the grass outside on the hill where E&D had been.

34 rounds were found in the 36 round mag & 40 rounds were found in the 50 round mag = 74 live [not fired] rounds.

Dylan had shortchanged himself of over half of his 9mm ammo that day.

Also, Dylan fired 19 rounds from one spot in the Main Hallway, where a BROKEN magazine was found. There were no remaining rounds found in that magazine.

Therefore, sometime into the shooting, Dylan was down to only 1 working magazine.


Dylan Klebold’s TEC-9 photographed outside Columbine High School after the massacre.

Dylan Klebold’s TEC-9 photographed outside Columbine High School after the massacre.

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