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anonymous asked:

Continue with The Red Silk Story pleaseeeee

Hi there sweetheart! I am so sorry this story is taking soooooooooo long. But I started College and it has been hard to get on track with writing. I promise I try to work on it as much as I can. 
Thank you so much for your support, and here is a little sneak peek of 
      “Red Ire”


The front door clicked shut behind her. 
Absolute decimation. 
Downright desecration. 

God be good. 

God be good and have mercy.

It was like Hurricane Catrina had been unleashed inside of the  Mansion. 

Anger, confusion and pain had taken a physical form and had destroyed the place you called home. 

The chandelier was on the ground, crystals glowing in the sunlight dancing with the broken shards of the window that littered the ground…
Broken windows, broken doors, wrecked furniture, clots of soil from the potted plants, pebbles from the Feng Shui ornaments dispersed all around, hand rail broken, black charred walls, the evidence of fire, holes in the walls, gun magazines, bullet casings, empty guns, bloody knives, blood spatters all over the place…

Splintered wood, torn leather, smoke, blood, death, pain.

“Y/N?! Y/N?!Is that you?!” the voice asked coming hurriedly down the stairwell. 
You turned your face towards the source of the voice.

Only for it to be forcibly turned back into a different direction. 

She had slapped you. 

She had raised her hand at you.

Your mother had slapped you.

@jokers-sweethearts @speedypan

reb--vodka  asked:

What do you think Byron did when he found out that Dylan was in the columbine shooting and dead?

Klebold’s brother stunned

When news of the Columbine shootings broke, Byron Klebold raced home from work to see if his brother and friends had escaped the gunmen.

“I’ve got to see if everybody’s OK,” Klebold, a 1997 graduate of Columbine, told co-workers at Ralph Schomp Automotive.

Other employees who also had ties to Columbine left to check on family and friends as well, personnel director Jim Biner said.

Those workers have since returned to their jobs at the Littleton car dealership.

Byron Klebold, 20, is still grieving.

The gunmen attacking Columbine turned out to be Byron Klebold’s brother, Dylan, 17, and Dylan Klebold’s best friend, Eric Harris, 18.

“It’s really been shocking for everyone. We’re a family here and we look out for each other. Our hearts go out to Byron,” Biner said. “This kid’s great.” Byron Klebold has worked at the Littleton car dealership since last August. He was a “lot technician,” meaning he washed and moved cars, shoveled snow and did similar duties. “It was an entry-level job, but man, he’s good,” Biner said.[source]

Sue: “When I got home my husband told me the police were on their way. I had so much adrenaline in my system that even as I was changing out of my work clothes, I was racing from room to room. I felt such an urgency to be ready for whatever might happen next. I called my sister. As I told her what was going on, I was overcome by horror, and I started to cry. Moments after I hung up the phone, my 20-year-old son walked in and lifted me like a rag doll in his arms while I sobbed into a dish towel. Then my husband shouted from the front hallway, “They’re here!”  [source]

Around 8:00 p.m., a Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy arrived and told
the Klebolds they had to leave but could get some clothes. Tom went first, accompanied by Inskeep and the deputy. Susan was next, and left with two birds and two cats. Emotion then broke through. Byron started
crying and hugged his dad.
Tom, Susan, and Byron then left in separate
cars. Each parent was accompanied by at least one friend.
- Columbine: A True Crime Story - Jeff Kass

“It brought the nation to its knees, but now that we’ve gotten back up, how have things changed; what have we learned?”
—from the Columbine Memorial in Littleton, CO.

I figured after almost 10 years of research that time doesn’t lessen the pain. And not a year goes by when this day brings radio silence along with it.
I learned so much from Columbine. It saved my life many years ago.
I also learned that this day isn’t only about grieving, but also about celebrating the lives of all 15 that day. And that’s what I’ll be doing.

Never forget, Columbine.

What if the reason they won't release the basement tapes is because they don't exist. Like they just made them so they could talk about how "bad" Eric and Dylan were.

And what if the journals were fake too and just written by Jeff Co. based on what people said about the boys.
Like for all we know Eric and Dylan could have just planned it the night prior to the shooting.
And everyone who “saw” the journals or basement tapes could have just been paid to say that.

We can never know to what extent Jeff Co. is lying to us.
Just felt I should point that out.