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Founded in 1925 and located in West Palm Beach, the school was decidedly upscale. While not a campus leader or standout, he was modestly popular. At least one friend remembers that Charlie did not hang around with the most popular students and tried to draw attention to himself by exhibiting an eagerness to take dares: "They had a tower at Saint Ann's with some sort of a circus act. It was a real tower and someone bet him he wouldn't go up; we were in the tenth grade. "16 He had normal friendships with many of the other boys and dated several girls, but had no steady relationships.
Publisher : University of North Texas Press isbn10 | asin : 1574410296 print isbn13 : 9781574410297 ebook isbn13 : 9780585252315 language : English subject Whitman, Charles Joseph,--1941-1966, Mass murderers--Texas--Austin--Biography, Mass murder--Texas--Austin. 15/0976431 subject : Whitman, Charles Joseph,--1941-1966, Mass murderers--Texas--Austin--Biography, Mass murder--Texas--Austin. Page i A Sniper in the Tower The Charles Whitman Murders Gary M. Lavergne University of North Texas Press Denton, Texas Page ii © Gary M.
Raymond Leissner of Freeport are the proud parents of a baby girl. The little Miss is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Leissner [of Needville]," reported the Rosenberg Herald-Coaster. 24 Kathy grew to be pretty, vivacious, talented, and neat. Her activities in elementary and high school were typical: she liked volleyball, worked on the school newspaper and annual staff, and was a baton twirler and saxophone player for the band. Like most other girls of the era, she was a member of the Future Homemakers of America, wherein she learned skills to prepare her for domestic life.
A sniper in the tower: the Charles Whitman mass murders by Gary M. Lavergne