Woody Harrelson had the misfortune of being the child of a contract killer. Though his father did not play a significant role in his upbringing, Woody would still be associated with him in later years. The famous actor, once he learned of his father’s placement behind the wall, used his wealth from his screen roles to seek justice for his father.
The popping sounds abounded.
Before the ghastly acts at Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, and Stoneman Douglass, among a whole host of others, there was the Grover Cleveland Elementary School shooting in San Diego, California on Monday January 29, 1979. The major difference between the aforementioned examples of scholastic carnage is that the perpetrator wasn’t a pimply faced twentysomething or teenage boy or boys.
Affixed to her lapels were the world.
On the evening of Sunday August 6, 1978, 47-year-old Howard “Buddy” Jacobson brutally carved into Jack Tupper’s face, caved in his head, and shot him eight times. A family by the name of the Carattinis discovered the unrecognizable face of Tupper in a burning wooden crate in a vacant lot.