Twenty-three year old Heather Lyons was arrested on August 15, 2016 on a threat to bomb/hijack with serious public harm charge after telling her therapist she intended to commit a Columbine-style shooting at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where she worked as a food service vendor. Police found a detailed plan to commit mass murder in her journal titled “Natural Selection,” which included floor plans of the campus center at WPI, sketches of propane tanks and pipe bombs, the clothes she planned to wear and notes on where she could store ammunition, as well as a specific timeline for the event, modeling the diversion bomb idea from Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Her journal also included a hit list of 11 current and former co-workers, along with past classmates. Although Lyons didn’t possess any bomb-making materials or weapons, she was sure of what she wanted, telling police she needed six bombs, a Glock-style handgun, and you guessed it, a pump-action shotgun. Lyons’ therapist describes her as someone with poor impulse control and judgement, which her mother seconds, adding she “may want to go out in a blaze of glory” like the Columbine shooters.