A framed photograph of young Adam Lanza, found on one of Nancy’s dressers in her room.
This might actually be Ryan, because the hair looks darker and more brown than Adam’s was at that age, but we need a larger version to know! Might be Adam.. Depends on lighting sorta.
Victims of The Columbine Massacre
Image 1: Close-up of Daniel Mauser in his casket. His face has been reconstructed for the funeral.
Image 2 & 3: Isaiah Shoels in his casket, dressed in his graduation outfit for the viewing. He was killed in library. According to witnesses, both Harris and Klebold taunted him and attempted to pull him out from under the table where he was hiding. He resisted so Eric Harris shot him in the center of the chest.
Image 4: Victims Kelly Fleming and Daniel Mauser in their caskets during their funeral. They were both killed in the library. Kelly was shot in the back by Dylan Klebold and Daniel Mauser was shot point blank in the face by Eric Harris.
Nancy Lanza’s laundry room.
It seems like she spent a great deal of time down here. I don’t see any other reason to have food and wine down there, since the kitchen is all the way upstairs. It makes sense that she would have her own refrigerator in the basement if the reports about repeated clothes-washing are correct.
I’m laughing at this because it is like he made his mother live in the laundry room doing his laundry with a limited supply of food.. oh my god lmao..
Genene Anne Jones
- kill count: between 11 and 46 infants, convicted for 11 counts of murder
- type: Angel of Death
- method: poison
Genene Jones was a pediatric nurse working at Bexar County Hospital when she began using injections of heart medication (digoxin, heparine, succinylcholine) to induce medical crises in the infants under her care, giving her the opportunity to heroically resuscitate them.
She seemed to enjoy the rush of an emergency situation and even the grief of death, demanding to be assigned to the sickest children and often volunteering to carry the corpse to the morgue. It became evident to her associates that she liked to feel as though she was needed. This behavior, combined with the sudden disappearance of certain medicines and an unusually high number of infant deaths on Jones’ shift (her coworkers began calling it “the Death Shift”), raised suspicion and Jones was eventually dismissed.
She picked up nursing again at a pediatrics clinic in Kerrville, Texas, where she would continue her infanticide zealously, until the death of Chelsea McClellan would raise suspicion. After subsequent investigations that pointed toward Jones as the culprit, she was once again fired, and later indicted by the Kerr County grand jury on one count of murder. She was later convicted on 11 counts of murder for a maximum sentence of 99 years.
Genene Jones fits the “Angel of Death" category for serial killers. Jones was primarily motivated by egotism; her desire to take on the role of an "angel"—-one who could save or destroy a life at will—-resulted in numerous deaths.
John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie at Newport Country Club, September 13, 1963.
September 15, 1996 - Ottis Toole dies in prison of liver failure.