I just watched this New York Times Retro Report about the events of April, 20, 1999, known at least in the US as the mass shooting at Columbine High School. There's an interesting overall narrative here that basically says that what we know about Columbine -- from the news media mostly -- is probably wrong. This is not just supported by people like Dave Cullen who wrote a book on the real story behind Columbine (I want to read this book), but also by some of the people who were directly affected by the Columbine shooting. Were Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold really part of a "trenchcoat mafia" and were they really outcasts in their highschool? When examined closely, most of the facts seem to contradict what we know collectively as a mass shooting perpetrated by two outcasts who were bullied in school. And yet, mass media still uses this case as a comparative scenario whenever an unfortunate school shooting occurs.
The book below sounds incredibly interesting and I might just make it my next book for March (I'm currently reading Wool).