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School shooter & loving parent: one woman's struggle to understand her father's violent past
Carrah Quigley was 19 when she learned her father was a school shooter. In 1955, he went on an armed rampage, but turned himself in to police after killing one other man. After serving time in a psychiatric hospital, Quiqley's father went on to lead a life full of love & compassion.
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