Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Virginia Tech Gunman Left Many Disturbing Clues In Play

In a play written by Virginia Tech gunman, Seung Cho, entitled, "Richard McBeef", Cho wrote a disturbing portrait of pedophilia and the chaiwsaw murder of the play's fictional father by a stepchild. This and other bizarre aspects became a great concern of both students and teaching staff within the Virginia Tech English department, of which Cho was a majoring.

Many of the paranoid aspects of Cho's play remind persons in the psychology community of the paranoid writings of a paranoid schizophrenic. Paranoid schizophrenics tend to be the most dangerous of any mentally personality type.

The play involves an angry exchange between a father and a stepson, and involves strange references to Marilyln Monroe, John Lennon and government conspiracies.

This and other unsettling images from the life of Cho are beginning to emerge. New reports also claim some previous contact between Cho and police over some events including concern by a mental health agency.


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