On that hashtag crackhead beanie
Dear Eric Harris, I can’t handle you anymore
Eric Fucking Harris, you have opened too many doors
Inside of our minds, so we’re on that #Columbine
So I’m building a shrine, bc that nigga divine.
Dylan Klebold, you were classic as fuck,
That morning ritual wave put the little vodkas in luck.
The hell would we do, w/o all of these recordings?
Thank the heavens, bc it’s how I spend my class mornings.
As for the raw footage, you hit the nail on the head,
It was so fucking 90’s & when you schmoke w/ cigarettes…we dead
Hitmen for Hire, confirmed that Eric Harris breathes fire
We’ve seen it thousands of times, but we will never tire.
People think we <3 you, BC you took lives,
but it isn’t even like that. We just like yo vibes.
The journals were all we needed, to get hooked on you two,
It’s your thoughts, perception, and philosophies, that ring to be so true.
Shortly after 10 am on 15 January 1947, Betty Bersinger was pushing her three-year-old daughter along Norton Avenue in the Leimert Park of Los Angeles not far from Holywood. There were many vacant blocks there because World War II had put a stop to a lot of housing development although the driveways leading from the roadway had been completed. As the pretty young housewife made her way to a shoe repair shop, she saw what appeared to be a mannequin dumped on the grass. The store dummy was bleached white, but the bottom haf of the torso appeared disconnected from the rest of her body. Both parts were facing upwards and there were flies buzzing around. On a closer inspection it wasn’t a mannequin at all-it was the body of a young woman, cut in half and completely drained of blood.
When police arrived, they found the body of a pretty young woman-her hair wet from the morning dew-lying face up. Her arms were lying above her head and her face was slashed. The lower part of her body had a number of knife marks and was missing some pubic hair. One of the woman’s feet was just a few centimetres from the footpath in clear view of the roadway. The murder was referred to as ‘The Black Dahlia’ the victim was named Elizabeth Short and the murderer was never found.