& # 39; Armed and extreme & # 39; dangerous eighteen year old girl & # 39; in love & # 39; on Columbine massacre may be behind a terrifying online journal that requires readers to & # 39; killers & # 39; while the FBI closes all schools in Denver and sets up a manhunt
- Authorities are searching for Sol Pais, 18, after flying from Miami to Denver on Monday and buying a pumping gun and ammunition
- The FBI said the Florida high school senior & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; had committed threats to commit an act of violence & # 39; in Denver
- Pais was & # 39; in love & # 39; at the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, killing 13 people
- Her arrival in Denver came just days before the 20th anniversary of the massacre
- All Denver public school was closed on Wednesday as the manhunt continued
- A disturbing website thought to belong to Pais has also emerged since then, describing her fixation with the 1999 massacre
- The site is full of self-hatred journal entries and contains a tribute to a Marilyn Manson song inspired by the high school shooting
The manhunt for an 18-year-old girl from Florida, & # 39; in love & # 39; the Columbine massacre that has closed all public schools in Denver continues because a disturbing magazine suspected of being written by the teenager has appeared online.
Authorities are frantically looking for Sol Pais after she flew from Miami to Denver on Monday and bought a rifle and ammunition with pumping action just days before the 20th anniversary of the mass shooting at the Columbine High School that killed 13 people.
The FBI described the Miami high school senior as & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; and said she had threatened to commit an act of violence & # 39; in Denver after being fixated on the shooting murder scene.
While the teenage hunt continued on Wednesday and Denver public schools were closed as a precautionary measure, a disturbing website emerged that is believed to belong to Pais.
Authorities are frantically looking for 18-year-old Sol Pais after flying from Miami to Denver on Monday and buying a gun and ammunition with pumping action
The site, which was viewed by DailyMail.com, is filled with self-hatred journal entries and contains a tribute to a Marilyn Manson song inspired by the high school shooting.
It contains photocopied handwritten journal entries with multiple drawings of guns and troubling sentences such as & # 39; being alive is f ** king overrated & # 39; and & # 39; how do I pull it out of me? I am f ** king empty. & # 39;
The website also has the expression & # 39; 1999 – the nobodies & # 39; written on it. Marylin Manson wrote a song entitled The Nobodies based on the shooting at Columbine in 1999.
Another page for social networking has also been found under the name Pais and contains a profile photo that is similar to photos that the authorities released for her during the manhunt.
It asked readers to & # 39; killers & # 39; to be.
The profile, which also contains a link to the website with the journal entries, also contains five items on a to-do list, including: & # 39; Self-destruction, burnout, running away, rejecting apologies and fading. & # 39;
The FBI revealed Tuesday that Pais & # 39; fall in love & # 39; had become at the Columbine shooting.
While the teenage hunt continued on Wednesday, public schools in Denver were closed as a precautionary measure. Depicted is Columbine High School head Scott Christy (right) and a police officer who watches while students left on Tuesday
Two teenage boys who had been to Columbine High School shot and killed twelve classmates on April 20, 1999 before committing suicide. At the time, it was the deadliest school that photographed in American history.
Authorities said the threats that Pais made were general and not specific to a school.
The Denver FBI office was alerted Tuesday by the Miami FBI agents for the potential threat and they reported schools in the area that afternoon.
About a dozen Denver districts canceled their classes on Wednesday for security reasons.
Columbine and more than 20 other schools outside of Denver blocked their doors for nearly three hours on Tuesday afternoon before the full closures of Wednesday were announced.
& # 39; We consider her to be a credible threat to the community & # 39 ;, said FBI Special Agent in charge of Dean Phillips at a press conference late Tuesday.
An FBI bulletin from early Tuesday said the authorities did not have a probable cause for a formal arrest, but that law enforcement should lock Pais in for a mental health assessment.
Officials released two photos of Pais and said they were last seen Monday in the foothills of Jefferson County, dressed in a black T-shirt, camouflage pants and black boots.
Meanwhile, the teen's father Gardi Pais, 58, told DailyMail.com that the family had not heard from her since Sunday.
The older Pais said he thought his daughter had a & # 39; mental problem & # 39; had and begged her to return home.
& # 39; They are looking for her. We have no idea, & he said behind his Florida front door.
When asked if he had a message for his daughter, Pais said: & # 39; Please come home. & # 39; His voice quivered, he added: & I think it'll be okay. I think she might have a mental problem. & # 39;