Columbine Shooting

The Columbine High School massacre was a school shooting that occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Columbine, an unincorporated area of Jefferson County, Colorado, U.S.

Columbine High School shooting survivor Crag Scott on helping troubled students in an effort to prevent school shootings.


Dave Cullen (Paperback - Mar 3, 2010)


A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy

Sue Klebold (Paperback - Feb 7, 2017)


COLUMBINE: The Story of a Terrible American Tragedy

Jeff D. Lewis (Paperback - Jul 9, 2017)


No Easy Answers: The Truth Behind Death at Columbine High School

Brooks Brown, Rob Merritt (Paperback - Oct 1, 2002)


The Columbine Shootings (Essential Events)

Diane Marczely Gimpel (Library Binding - Jan 1, 2012)


Columbine: A True Crime Story

Jeff Kass (Paperback - Feb 18, 2014)


She Said Yes: The Unlikely Martyrdom of Cassie Bernall

Misty Bernall (Mass Market Paperback - Sep 1, 2000)


Ceremonial Violence: Understanding Columbine and Other School Rampage Shootings

Jonathan Fast PhD. (Paperback - Aug 25, 2009)


Newtown: An American Tragedy

Matthew Lysiak (Paperback - Oct 21, 2014)


Columbine High School Shooting: Student Violence (American Disasters)

Judy L. Hasday (Library Binding - Jul 1, 2002)


Columbine Official Report: Columbine Review Commission: 2001


The Hour I First Believed

Wally Lamb (Paperback - Aug 4, 2009)


A Dark Night in Aurora: Inside James Holmes and the Colorado Theater Shootings

Skyhorse Publishing


Hate List

Jennifer Brown (Paperback - Apr 4, 2017)


Grieving in a Fishbowl


Mercy Rule

Tom Leveen (Hardcover - Feb 20, 2018)


The Columbine School Shootings (Crime Scene Investigations)

Jenny Mackay (Library Binding - Feb 19, 2010)


The Columbine High-School Massacre (Violent Crimes) (Volume 2)

Scott K Murphy (Paperback - Jan 10, 2016)


Rachel's Tears: 10th Anniversary Edition: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott

Beth Nimmo, Darrell Scott (Paperback - Feb 16, 2009)


A Columbine Survivor's Story

Marjorie Lindholm, Peggy Lindholm (Paperback - Nov 18, 2005)


Columbine High School massacre - Wikipedia
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They rush straight to the gunfire. That's how the April 1999 massacre at Columbine High School -- where two young men killed 13 people -- shaped the way ...
The Columbine Massacre School Shooting April 20, 1999
On April 20, 1999, in the town of Littleton, Colorado, high-school seniors, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, enacted an assault on Columbine High School.
Columbine shootings leave 39 dead or injured in 1999 - NY ...
Columbine High School students react at a triage scene near the school in Littleton, Colo., after young men opened fire at the suburban Denver high school ...
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On this day in History, Columbine High School massacre on Apr 20, 1999. Learn more about what happened today on History.
Columbine High School Shootings Fast Facts - CNN
Read CNN's Fast Facts for some background information about the deaths of 13 people at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, 1999.
Columbine Shooting | HuffPost
It's worth asking whether the assault weapons ban, which was in effect during the Columbine High School massacre, actually worked. Analysis of 108 shootings showed ...
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Columbine massacre - The Guardian
Andrew Gumbel, who reported on the aftermath of the Columbine massacre, explains what really happened that day - and why