COLUMBINE- Dave Cullen  

On April 20, 1999, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold left an indelible stamp on the American psyche. Their plan was staggering: to blow up their school, surpass Oklahoma City in horror, and leave "a lasting impression on the world." The bombs failed. But the unprecedented attack unleashed a new era of violence in schools—branding every future shooting "another Columbine." When we think of Columbine, we think of the Trench Coat Mafia; Cassie Bernall, mistaken Columbine martyr; and Patrick Ireland, "the boy in the window"—the whole world watching his gutsy escape. Now, in a gripping work of journalism a full decade in the making, comes the story we never knew. In this revelatory book, Dave Cullen debunks the myths and produces a profile of teen killers that burrows to the core of psychopathology. He reveals two radically different killers: Eric Harris, the callously brutal mastermind, and Dylan Klebold, the quivering depressive who journaled obsessively about love and attended the Columbine prom three days before opening fire. Columbine unfolds seamlessly, in an unforgettable tale of two honor students with a healthy circle of friends, secretly stockpiling a cache of weapons in the basement. They recorded their vitriol on film while manipulating every adult who could have stopped them. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold left warnings all around them—described by Cullen with a sharp investigative eye and psychological acumen. Culling from hundreds of interviews, thousands of police files, testimony from world-class psychologists brought in by the FBI, and the boys' videos and journals, he delivers the first comprehensive account of the tragic Columbine school shooting. A riveting tale of murder, redemption, police cover-up, and a town torn apart—the haunting cautionary tale for our age. COLUMBINE-Dave Cullen

The Columbine High School Shooting  

MAIN EPISODE On this episode of Those Conspiracy Guys we examine one of the most influential and traumatic events in a pre-9/11 world which changed how our children have been treated for almost the last 20 years and an event so shocking and unpredicatble it changed police operating procedures, world wide school environments, and the attitudes toward mental health and medication, The Columbine High School Shooting. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold with an arsenal of weapons killed 13 people on the 20th April 1999 and it changed the world. Smeared as outcasts by the mainstream media an unsavoury picture was painted of this stereotypical student type and the ticking time bomb that lies within. Little did anyone know how deep the troubled minds had gone in the planning of this attack and what effect it would have on the world in its aftermath. In Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore focusses on the gun debate and tries to get handgun ammo banned in retail stores. As we dove deeper into this story we discovered there was a tightly knit network of narratives and motives that were ascribed to this case for the benefit of those peddling each explanatory scenario. The gun debate is a viable culprit for this senseless and evil crime, but so are SSRI medications and the epidemic of mental health issues facing the US; the treatment and now containment of the western worlds youth in vast grey emotionless prisons of higher learning; and the censorship and dilution of media, music, TV and movies to sedate the countries youth lest they be triggered into another violent outburst are just some of the other reasons laid out for the liberal media to feast on. Columbine marked a turning point in the history of school safety and there are definitely two seperate world left in the wake of this tragedy. The world before where kids were just 'odd' and they would be left to their own devices, and now the paranoid modern world which seeks to simultaenously label and vilify while protecting and nurturing kids of school going age. Columbine changed everything, listen in and find out just how much! Thanks to Audible for sponsoring our podcast. Get a free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at 00:00:00 Introduction 00:00:00 The Basic Facts 00:00:00 Blame Everything 00:00:00 The Two Shooters 00:00:00 Eric Harris' Website 00:00:00 The Time Line Highlights 00:00:00 The Loadout 00:00:00 The Victims 00:00:00 The Fatalities 00:00:00 Bullies or Bullied? 00:00:00 Too Many Guns? 00:00:00 Mass Shootings 00:00:00 The Trenchcoat Mafia 00:00:00 Psychopathy 00:00:00 The Medication 00:00:00 SSRI Stories 00:00:00 School Changes Forever 00:00:00 Scientific Findings 00:00:00 Scandal in Custody 00:00:00 Off The Fence Presented by Gordo, Steve and Gary Find Steve on Twitter @LanceHandsome Find Gary on Facebook at Email us with comments or questions Visit our website for all our sources and TCG news at If you're on Twitter follow @tconspiracyguys is Gordo   Send us your links, questions and comments on Facebook and we reply to as many people as we can If you heard something you want to know more about, we have videos on all our sources and we also host a live show over on our YouTube channel  so you can subscribe to that at and get all the updates Other sources available on Pinterest at Connect with us on other social media like Snapchat, Periscope, Anchor, and you can see our Instagram profile here: Head over to our subreddit and see what the community is up to at We also have a new video home on where loads of other creators are making a new place to upload and monetise their videos. Its one to watch! We will also be streaming shows to Twitch soon so head to to get live shows and join in the craic If you are really loving the show you can buy merchandise at which is a link to our TeePublic store where you can get hundreds of conspiracy designs Also you can support us by visiting and your donations help keep the show alive and thriving, you get discounts on merchandise, outtakes, early releases and a backstage pass to a live TCG discussion show every month plus loads more. We also have a new podcast on the way in the coming weeks all about Movies, TV and Video Games called 'Why Press Play' and you can find us onany platform by searching WhyPressPlay

Skolskjutningen på Columbine High School  

Det var den första varma vårdagen. Terminen var snart slut och för skolans seniors väntade ett nytt liv på college. Men för 12 elever och en lärare skulle den 20 april bli deras sista dag.  I P3 Dokumentär Världen om skolskjutningen på Columbine High School hör du hela berättelsen om massakern som lämnat ett oförglömligt avtryck i USA. Det här är inte historien som media förmedlade, om utstötta tonåringar i  svarta trenchcoats som gillade Marilyn Manson, utan en komplex berättelse om djupa depressioner och en psykopats vilja att bli ökänd.  Du hör bl.a. FBI agenten Dwayne Fuselier om hur han beger sig till Columbine, inte bara i rollen som agent och gisslanförhandlare, utan även som pappa till en elev på skolan.  Vi möter Columbines rektor Frank DeAngelis som tretton år efter massakern fortfarande försöker läka såren; hans egna och elevernas. Brooks Brown var en av Eric och Dylans vänner. Hans föräldrar Randy och Judy Brown berättar att de ett år innan massakern gick till polisen med Erics dödslista, men anmälan försvann. Medverkar gör ockå journalisten Dave Cullen, som var en av de första journalisterna på plats och som i 10 år granskade gärningsmännen och massakern, innan han skrev boken Columbine. Producent: David Mehr

Skepticality #109 - Columbine - Interview: Dave Cullen  

On April 20, 1999, two boys left an indelible stamp on American society when they carried out their plan to kill as many of their high school classmates as they could. The very word "Columbine" has come to represent a specific brand of unthinkable horror: when children make a calculated decision to murder their teachers and peers. In the chaos and aftermath of that April day, legends and misinformation quickly proliferated. A great deal of what was reported about Columbine was simply not true. Author Dave Cullen has spent the last ten years of his journalistic career studying the lives of the residents of Littleton Colorado as they were before, during, and after this shattering event. Cullen's seminal book on the subject, Columbine, delves deep into the psyches of the killers, the victims, and their families — to set the record straight not only about what really happened on that fateful day, but why.

*BONUS EPISODE #2 Spree Killers – Dallas, Orlando, Columbine*  

*NOTE* I jacked up the audio levels on this episode. Sorry about that. It is straightened out for the next episode.

This is the last time I'll push The Decline of the West through my MartyrMade feed, at least until something changes, but I wanted to speak directly to you guys and gals one last time as I get this thing started.

We hadn't planned to release another episode for two weeks, but with the recent events in Dallas, TX (for future readers of this post, it's July 10, 2016, and a black nationalist gunman recently murdered five police officers, wounded seven more, who were protecting a Black Lives Matter protest march in the city), we had a few thoughts we wanted to share. I won't give it away, but I will say that we hardly skimmed the surface of all the dark pools we could have, and probably will eventually, dive into as this hot summer slouches toward the 2016 US presidential election.

If you like The MartyrMade Podcast, I really think you should head over to The Decline of the West website and subscribe to the new one I'm doing. The Decline of the West will be a bi-weekly (for now, maybe more later) podcast in collaboration with my friend John David Ebert, and it is going to be an opportunity for me to connect with everyone on a more regular basis. As I'm stuck in my dark and dingy apartment researching and preparing MartyrMade, it can get pretty lonely, and I would love the opportunity to be able to reach out and interact with my MartyrMade listeners in a looser, more informal manner on a regular basis.

On The Decline of the West, I will be providing regular updates on my progress on the next MartyrMade, and I'll be able to break down issues and questions you send my way as they come in, rather than trying to load them into a MartyrMade episode that comes out only every couple of months. We're getting our feet under us a bit in these early shows, but just wait until we get a-rockin' and a-rollin'... Things are happening, and we're gonna get to the bottom of it all. So seriously, subscribe to MartyrMade, because it's a cool show and we all love it, etc etc, but MartyrMade is so research intensive that it's going to keep a schedule somewhat similar to Hardcore History (although, to be honest, I match Dan's schedule despite having a full-time day job and  90 minute commute, so I don't know what time he's getting out of bed!). Subscribe to Decline of the West and we'll be able to talk about contemporary issues and current events in real time.

Thanks again, it still blows me away that I'm typing these words and there are some of you out there who are actually looking forward to reading them. It feels undeserved, but I'll continue to work my ass off to earn your attention as best I can.

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Other listening options coming as soon as I get a spare half hour from work!

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The Guilty Verdict of James Holmes, Columbine, + Chattanooga Shooting with Retired Sgt. Grant Whitus  

James Holmes has been found guilty in the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater during the Dark Knight rises opening night. We discuss the verdict and the news of another shooting, this time at a Tennessee military installation that …

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Gäst: Columbine Smille  

Skvaller från modeveckan och alla hemligheter bakom modechefen Columbine Smille snygga beautylook.

Kulturnytt 20090721 1803  

Kulturnytt tisdagen den 21 juli med Cecilia Blomberg som programledare. Kim Nordberg ställer i sitt reportage frågan om varför kulturpolitikerna är så frånvarande i debatten om upphovsrätten. Han intervjuar Rasmus Fleischer, doktorand i samtidshistoria och grundare av Piratbyrån och Andreas Ekström, kulturjournalist på Sydsvenska Dagbladet. Måns Hirschfeldt recenserar den amerikanske journalisten Dave Cullens bok ”Columbine” som handlar om skolskjutningen vid Columbine High School i Colorado för tio år sedan. Och så ett telegram om Deitch Projects pågående utställning Black Acid co-op.

RapaduraCast 509 - Listão: 30 Documentários Indispensáveis  

Estamos de volta com mais uma edição da série Listão, onde recomendamos para os ouvintes 30 filmes de uma temática específica. Dessa vez chegamos nos documentários, esse gênero que é renegado pelo cinema comercial, mas amado pelos streamings. Faltou algum na lista? Recomende nos comentários. _o/

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- Muito Além do Peso
- The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years
- Roger e Eu
- Janela da Alma
- Tiros em Columbine
- O Mercado de Notícias
- Crazy Love
- Stanley Kubrick – Imagens De Uma Vida
- Everything is a Remix
- Pina
- Nascidos em Bordeis
- Marias: A Fé no Feminino
- O Paraíso Perdido
- Elena
- O Paraíso Perdido 2
- Senna: O Brasileiro, O Herói, O Campeão
- Criança, A Alma do Negócio
- O Sal da Terra
- O Homem-Urso
- O Corte no Tempo: A Magia da Edição de Filmes
- Olhos Azuis
- Divinas Divas
- Edificio Master
- Eu Sou Ali: A História de Muhammad Ali
- Comprar, Tirar, Comprar
- O Homem Que Engarrafava Nuvens
- Dear Zachary
- Uma Viagem Pessoal com Martin Scorsese 01 02
- Indie Game The Movie
- Zeitgeist

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Surviving Columbine Made Me an Addict  

Austin Eubanks hid under a table during the notorious school shooting. He told Anu Anand how the event affected him for years. Image: Austin Eubanks as a teenager and now Credits: Austin Eubanks and Jeff Nelson

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Disiz a-t-il sorti son classique ?  

Nouvel album, nouvelle étiquette pour Disiz, qui se renouvelle encore sur “Pacifique” son onzième album. “Les émotions sont des vagues, elles nous submergent” : le ton est donné. Contemplatif, pop, mélodieux et cohérent, à chaque morceau sa teinte. Disiz se laisse porter par ses souvenirs et ses émotions, en allant chercher dans sa boîte à souvenirs. Deux axes traversent les titres : le temps qui passe et l’enfant qui reste en lui. Triste, presque dépressif, un ton romantique parfois un peu raté, il n'empêche que la première moitié de l’album est parfaite. Mais quelque part au milieu, Disiz se perd, comme sur ses précédents albums. Trop appliqué ? Trop long ? Dans Pacifique, il y a tout ce qu’il faut, mais il y en a trop. Animé par Mehdi Maïzi avec Aurélien Chapuis et Raphaël Da Cruz. RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L’ÉMISSION Pacifique (Disiz, 2017), Rap Machine (Disiz, 2015), Lucide (Disiz, 2012), Extra-lucide (Disiz, 2012), Transe-lucide (Disiz, 2014), Jeu de Société (Disiz La Peste, 2003), La fille de la piscine (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Carré Bleu (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Jok’Air, Columbine, PNL, Autre espèce (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Radeau (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Dans le ventre du crocodile (Disiz Peter Punk, 2010), Le poisson rouge (Disiz La Peste, 2000), Itinéraire d’un enfant bronzé (Serigne M’Baye, 2004), Disiz the End (Disiz, 2009), Stromae, Splash, Ponko, Street Fabulous, Hamza, Damso, Krisy, Marquise (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Ma Benz (NTM feat Lord Kossity, 1998), Rencontres du 3ème type (Steven Spielberg, 1977), Scarifications (Abd Al Malik produit par Laurent Garnier, 2015), Poisson étrange (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), ADN (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Nekfeu, Grems, Démaquille toi (Rouge à lèvres, 2008), J’pète les plombs (Disiz, Le Poisson Rouge, 2000), Joey Starr, Booba, Macarena (Damso, Ispéité, 2017), Quand j’serai chaos (Disiz La Peste, Pacifique, 2017), Quand j’serai KO (Alain Souchon, 1988), Marche à l’ombre (Renaud, 1980), Grande colère (Disiz, 2016), Rick Rubin. CRÉDITS Enregistré le 20 juin 2017 à l’Antenne Paris (10, rue la Vacquerie 11ème). Production : Binge Audio. Direction de production : Joël Ronez. Chargé de production et d’édition : Camille Regache. Direction générale : Gabrielle Boeri-Charles. Moyens techniques : Binge Audio / L’Antenne Paris. Réalisation : Sébastien Salis. Générique : extrait de "Tyra Banks" de Nodey (Atrahasis EP) par Nodey. NoFun est une production du réseau Binge Audio POUR ASSISTER AUX ENREGISTREMENTS Pour assister à notre prochain enregistrement en public à L'Antenne Paris, rendez-vous sur notre page

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It didn’t start with Columbine but if you ask people my age that’s the first School massacre that we remember and you hate to force yourself to rank these tragedies but Sandy Hook certainly is one of the worst. These stories are becoming a common occurence. We won’t say it out loud but we are becoming numb to these horrible events. We use to kiss our kids and send them off hoping they would learn something and make us proud but these days we kiss our kids and hope that they come back. Once we shake off the shock and try to comprehend these tragic stories we must know why. We seek out to answer every question one can think of but even after we have done so, we are still confused. We have to blame someone, that part is easy as usually the guil [...]

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It didn’t start with Columbine but if you ask people my age that’s the first School massacre that we remember and you hate to force yourself to rank these tragedies but Sandy Hook certainly is one of the worst. These stories are becoming a common occurence. We won’t say it out loud but we are becoming numb to these horrible events. We use to kiss our kids and send them off hoping they would learn something and make us proud but these days we kiss our kids and hope that they come back. Once we shake off the shock and try to comprehend these tragic stories we must know why. We seek out to answer every question one can think of but even after we have done so, we are still confused. We have to blame someone, that part is easy as usually the guilty party is found close to his victims with a bullet in his head. But that’s just not enough. That’s not goo [...]

THE SPIRAL NOTEBOOK-Joyce and Stephen Singular  

On July 20, 2012, twelve people were killed and fifty-eight wounded at a mass shooting in a movie theater in Colorado. In 1999, thirteen kids at Columbine High School were murdered by their peers. In 2012, twenty children and seven adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary. Thirty-two were killed at Virginia Tech. Twelve killed at the Washington Navy Yard. In May 2014, after posting a YouTube video of ‘retribution” and lamenting a life of “loneliness, rejection, and unfulfilled desires,” a lone gunman killed six and wounded seven in Isla Vista. All of these acts of violence were committed by young men between the ages of eighteen and thirty. Mass violence committed by young people is now an epidemic. In the first fourteen school days of 2014, there were seven school shootings, compared to twenty-eight school shootings in all of 2013.  New York Times-bestselling author Stephen Singular has often examined violence in America in his critically-acclaimed books. Here he has teamed with his wife Joyce for their most important work yet — one that investigates why America keeps producing twenty-something mass killers. Their reporting has produced the most comprehensive look at the Aurora shooting yet and draws upon the one group left out of the discussion of violence in America: the twenty-somethings themselves. While following the legal proceedings in the Aurora shooting, The Spiral Notebook is full of interviews with Generation Z, a group dogged by big pharma and anti-depressants and ADHD drugs, by a doomsday/apocalyptic mentality present since birth, and by an entertainment industry that has turned violence into parlor games. THE SPIRAL NOTEBOOK: The Aurora Theater Shooter and the Epidemic of Mass Violence by American Youth-Joyce and Stephen Singular.

Gunning For Education  

On 1st August 2016, Texas became the first big American state to allow students aged over 21 to carry concealed handguns on campus. Ian Peddie explores the impact of the new law. This change is seen by many as a litmus test and, despite a few smaller states already having similar laws, where Texas goes America often follows. As with all American gun debates the issue is divisive, with many seeing this moment as pivotal in framing the nation's political and cultural relationship with weapons. Most educators in Texas oppose the legislation, Texas Senate Bill 11 (SB11). They fear an impact on teaching, where contentious topics such as religion and philosophy may now be avoided. But after notorious shootings at Virginia Tech, Columbine and the University of Texas, some students welcome the ability to defend themselves. British born Assistant Professor Ian Peddie has lived and worked in the USA for over 25 years. SB11 will change the context under which he lives and works and it's in that knowledge that he explores the impact of the new campus carry laws. We follow Ian into class at Sul Ross State University for the first day of the new law's introduction. On campus Ian meets students, faculty, and the police to gauge the mood of these new times. Later, Ian hears from protestors for and against the new law at the huge University of Texas in Austin. In a noisy atmosphere, the arguments are good natured but passionate. Throughout the programme Ian examines the fears, claims and discussions being held across universities, the state, and the nation. It will be illegal for lecturers to ask students if they are carrying weapons but it remains to be seen how that 'knowing but not knowing' might affect the class. A Like It Is Media production for BBC Radio 4.

**New Decline of the West Podcast** #4 Overwhelming and Collective Murder  

New Decline of the West Podcast here. Didn't plan this, but had to get at you after the madness of the last couple days. Didn't plan on posting any more to the MartyrMade feed, but I liked this discussion so I thought I'd share it. If you like it, please subscribe to The Decline of the West. If not, tell me to get lost and wait for the next MartyrMade, which is on its way!

On July 26, 2016, two young French Arabs announcing themselves as "Soldiers of ISIS" burst into a French church during morning Mass. You know the rest.

On the same day, a 26-year-old Japanese man stalked through the halls of a Japanese hospital for the mentally disabled to carry out a plan he had outlined to the Japanese government in February letter.

Something has shifted beneath our feet, and we might be cracking up.

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Get John's book, The Age of Catastrophe, to read about the Aum Shinrikyo attack on the Tokyo subway system, the Columbine spree killers, the sinking of the Titanic, the Bhopal chemical disaster, and much more.

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Dr. Park Dietz - The Psychology of Murder  

Dr Park Dietz has been named as one of the top ten psychiatrists of all time. He is a forensic psychiatrist who has consulted and testified in some of the US's highest profile criminal cases including Jeffery Dahmer, The Unabomber, Andrea Yates, and John Hinckley Junior, who attempted to assassinate then president Ronald Reagan. He has also consulted in the area of mass shootings - looking into the motivations behind such attacks as the Columbine shootings - and the most recent shooting in Orlando. Dr. Dietz talks with Wallace about his career in criminology, what makes people kill, and why the media sometimes doesn't help by reporting mass shootings.

Malcolm Gladwell wants to make you cry  

Malcolm Gladwell, New Yorker columnist and author of "The Tipping Point," talks with Recode's Peter Kafka about his new podcast, "Revisionist History." Gladwell thinks his new foray into audio will have a more emotional effect on listeners than his columns and books, because "you feel with your ears and you think with your eyes." He also discusses how he wandered into a job at the Washington Post in the 1980s and the proliferation of mass shootings in America, from Columbine to this week's tragic attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

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