Dunblane

#1
10 years ago a madman walked into the primary school in Dunblane and slaughtered a number of innocents. I have to say I thought I was a ruffty tufty soldier and nothing would effect me, however that day upset me immensely. I for one will be thinking today of the parents and families of the innocent victims.
 

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#2
Nothing could prepare you for the shock that this produced. I remember the tears I spilled at the time.

My thoughts are with the parents and families of those poor innocent children, and the teacher who tried, in vain, to protect them.
 
#3
i can't believe it was really 10 years ago!
i vivdly recall the overwhelming emotions i felt hearing what had happened on the news that day.
speaking as someone who can watch the most disturbing things on the news in a calm and objective manner, i am still stunned at how i felt that day. i can't describe the sadness i felt for the families involved, and the poor innocents murdered. a tragic and terrible day that we, as onlookers (well me, and i guess most everyone else) watched in disgusted horror. i know i cried a river watching the news that day!
poor souls
RIP children, you're not forgotten
 
#4
I still remember listening to the news and hearing as the true horror unfolded. My thoughts are with the community there.
 
#5
It's incidents like this that make you realise you are human despite the inhuman behaviour of a tiny minority. A sad day for Scotland and a sad day for all of us.
 
#6
I've got tears in my eyes just thinking about it, I feel cheated that the cowardly 5hit took his own life.
 
#7
Very sad day. I remember the cover of Knocking on Heaven's Door. Very poignant.
 

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