The events of April 20th, 1999 took advance planning, and not just by Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris. As with all psyops of this magnitude, there had to be some staging. So we learn that the boys broke into a van to steal electronic equipment in January of 1998. In February of that year, Eric is a suspect in a pipe bomb incident. Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office did not release this information until 2001. (Be wary. Evidence after-the-fact and not vetted in an adversarial setting is often just planted.) They attempt to buy guns well in advance of the event, and finally succeed by having an 18-year old kid do it for them. They shoot videos using school equipment. The videos have very frightening elements, such as a comment that a tree resembles a human brain as they examine bullet entry points.
The van break-in in January of 1998 indicates that they were writing the back story for the boys at that time. This means that as early as 1997 they had selected the lead actors and also the school. It could well be that if Dylan and Eric attended Columbine for four years – for real – that planning went back even further. Management of the public mind is ever ongoing. Events in our future such as mass shootings and bombings are now in planning stages. So it would not be so outrageous to suggest that Columbine was selected not just a few years before the event, but perhaps even a decade. It might have taken that long to have all the players in place.
A key aspect of the planning is in the yearbooks. Not only is it necessary to have the boys in them, but also the supposed wounded and the victims. Since yearbooks are done weeks in advance of year-end, this would mean that the 1997-98 and 1998-99 yearbooks were under control of planners, and so would be compromised in terms of finding raw data about attendees. This means that 1996-97 might be a candidate to be an honest yearbook, it I’ve doubts about that too. At this point I have been unable to locate 1996-97. The school does not answer the phone – nothing personal. It is summer, they are busy. They are not even taking messages. If I come upon one, I will do a rewrite. I do want to visit the school library. Maybe they will allow me through the security system.
I looked for the 1997-98 yearbook on-line, and found that it is selling for $1,650! I am not sure what to make of that, as it would not be the one in high demand. That would be 1998-99, and that one is plastered all over the Internet. I speculate that perhaps 1997-98 contains compromising information, so that copies have been bought up to remove it from circulation. On eBay there are Columbine yearbooks available for school years long before the event, but none of the years in question. Same with Amazon.com.
So, unable to attain them at this time, I have downgraded yearbooks in importance. I will keep searching.
The photo below is a portion of a senior photo session six weeks before the event. It is a small part of a much larger photograph.
Photoshop was around in those years, and spooks have always had the inside scoop on photo alteration. Taking a closer look, there are some oddities, but not enough that I can say without hesitation that it is fake:
- Dylan Klebold’s head (on the right) does not appear properly placed on the shoulders – see the green arrows. The line of his left shoulder ends up too high. If I could move the head slightly to his left, it would look more in place. His chin would be closer to the center of his shirt. It could be head angle causing this distortion, and I might say the same for Harris but he has tilted his head enough that it almost looks like proper placement. Step back and look at the Klebold image, and see if you agree that the head appears misplaced.
- Klebold’s head (or someone’s) is casting a shadow, while Harris’s is not (yellow arrows). They are sitting in front of rolled-up bleachers, each affected by the same light, so that each should cast a similar shadow. There appears to be a dark area where a shadow should be cast – perhaps they removed it, going for a vampire effect (vampires cast no shadows), just like in the movies.
- Harris’s shirt seems unnatural (purple arrow). I would guess that they perhaps changing the color to black and perhaps got a little sloppy with the Photoshop paintbrush. (Klebold’s shirt appears to have a sparkly quality about the neck – not much to make of that except photo graininess.)
- What appears to be a shadow cast is actually just Photoshop sloppiness (pink arrow). This is more easily seen in the photo above, where the young man in the gray shirt is casting a shadow, it seems but that shadow exactly matches the outline of Klebold’s arm and shoulder, seeping through the white blouse of the girl next to him. Perhaps they are going for a ghost effect, just like in the movies.
- This part is not a Photoshop effect: each of the boys is doing their best to look sinister (red arrows). Their heads are angled down so that they are looking up at us. They seem malevolent. This is surely the intent.
Please understand: If the above photograph is fake, as it appears to be, it is evidence of advance planning. Why monkey with the photos of anyone in a yearbook other than to do mundane things cropping and like making kids look better? The alterations must have been done in advance knowing the boys would be of some future use in some activity. Importantly, they were done to make the kids look bad. Putting together a yearbook is a large project, hundreds of photos. There is no reason for subtle alterations, just obvious ones. And what a coincidence that the alterations involve our two mass murderers!
Here’s another photo, most likely from the same session:
Shadows in the back row are illogical, some there, some not. There’s our boys again (green arrow), this time firing pretend rifles.
I cannot judge if this photo has been monkeyed with, but do find it perhaps odd that our two friends would earn a position together and on the very edge of the photograph. Could be, however, that they were given freedom to sit where they wanted. Usually the photographer needs to know who is where for yearbook purposes, so places are assigned. This, however, is a fun photo where the kids are told to goof it up before the serious business begins. Hard to know. But my, how prescient.
Here’s a photo collage:
Eric, left and Dylan, right, look normal. These are professional photos, senior pictures. Dylan, upper right, and Eric, lower right, look spooky in stills grabbed from their home videos. They are mugging for the camera, but beyond that, Dylan’s face looks to be digitally elongated. (Where have I seen that before … thinking, thinking…) That is a bit of a sophisticated effect for a high school practice movie.
The home videos reinforce the notion that we are dealing with two disturbed individuals, but the effects suggest that they have real cinematic talent behind them.
This website Columbine Family Request appears to me to be misdirection (suspicion of other shooters – asking the wrong questions, etc.) but nonetheless poses an interesting question:
Why would Harris and Klebold plan for a suicide mission and at the same time make normal plans for a post 4-20 future? Like seeking help on an English class essay from a teacher a few days before the attack, like making a date to see a movie the day after, like putting in a work schedule for the next week, like going to an out-of-town college with your dad to pick out a dorm room, like making plans to visit your old friends in New York.
Some might say that they merely wanted to look normal before they blew up the school. I am more inclined to believe that they were normal. The behaviors of 4/20 are so bizarre, so outlandish and diabolical that such internal feelings could not possibly have been held in check without some notice given to friends, parents, teachers. We have a little of that – Eric’s dad Wayne, (who is decorated and Air force, by the way) noted some troubling aspects of his behavior. A teacher found a paper written by Eric somewhat troubling.
Far more likely is this: No one exhibits the kinds of behaviors we saw on 4/20/1999. No one. I have seen it in movies, most recently the John Wicks kill-fests. But I have never heard of someone just randomly shooting people. I know you will say what about The Pulse, Sandy Hook, etc., and that is exactly the point – those events were staged and scripted, written in advance, done to terrify the American public, and were fake. They have to fake these events precisely because they do not happen in real life.
So why should we not think the boys are normal, and that the normal photos reveal their true makeup? Dylan even looks engaging and friendly, while Eric is just a bit a nerdy kid, but one said to be personable, engaging, and having girlfriends throughout his tenure at Columbine.
Speaking of the movies, a film of importance, The Matrix, had just been released prior to the Columbine event. The image below is striking:
If these kids were indeed nothing but actors, then their garb was selected for them from wardrobe. The Matrix was released on March 31, 1999, three weeks before Columbine. The scene on the right above is a still from home movies shot by the boys months before, or so we are told. Yet note the similarities in dress, arms, posture and gait. This appears to be foreshadowing, and in my view, was deliberate. Hollywood is under control of Intelligence, and Columbine was a psyop. Why would they not work hand-in-hand?
Ignore The Matrix shot in the left. Note, as I do, how professional the staging is of the images of the boys are on the right. A shot like that is hardly accidental. Some talented people were behind it. Imagine all of the high school plays, movies, musicals and concerts we have all attended. We endured them because the kids are just emerging in form, and lack real talent. We support them, but their work is only rarely of high quality. That shot is dynamite, and could easily be the poster for a Hollywood movie.
It is not that they so well imitate The Matrix image on the left. All by itself, the image of the two boys strikes us on a subconscious level, creating a Jungian archetype. This is no coincidence. This is part of the staging of Columbine, and the beating heart of this psyop is behavioral psychology. This whole event was done in a highly skilled and professional manner. It was meant to work on our subconscious, to program our behaviors.
Later, when they came in with more police state and security cameras and school cops and metal detectors, we were ready. We allowed it.
End, Part 2