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7 Responses

  1. I was in the same Junior High School class in Brooklyn in 1974.
    She was a new kid in the class. She was very quiet. She never said anything, and she was very pretty.
    While everyone else worse jeans and T shirts she always wore
    fancy looking dresses.
    That is all I remember. I read her name today in a local paper,
    and I checked the name on the net just to see. And I was
    shocked to find it was the same person.

    • Hello Michael,

      Hope you’re well.

      I was wondering if there was a possibility of me getting a direct email address for you? I am contacting you from a television production company in the UK, and If possible, I would love to get in touch with you about some research.

      Please do get in touch with me directly on: erin.ross@twofour.co.uk

      Thank you for your time,
      Erin Ross

  2. I find it funny that she was supposedly racist…yet she clearly wasn’t completely “white”.

    This woman was troubled and it seems that it went unnoticed by everyone around her. It took a shooting spree, plus her own suicide, to wake people up.

    The victims did not deserve to have their lives brutally snuffed out…but somebody should have recognized that Jennifer San Marco needed help.

    It was obvious that she was not in her right mind before this ever happened. She had a history of disturbing behavior, including indecent exposure. There is no mention of her family or anyone who knew her intimately…which leads me to believe that she was a very lonely person.

    There is no justification for the lives she took, but I do believe that all the signs of her psychosis were completely ignored until it was too late.
    I feel that if the authorities had taken her behavior and actions more seriously, this tragedy could have been avoided.

    The families of the victims will never see their loved ones again. But I also wonder about Jennifer’s family. Where are they? Were they aware of her problems? It is sad to realize that there are many people like Jennifer out there who cry out for help with acts of violence.

  3. Mr. Kaskel:
    What high school did she attend in Brooklyn?
    Kostas

  4. I sat next to Jennifer San Marco in Hudde JHS and she was new to the Brooklyn neighborhood, quite pretty and quiet, and I was crushed when she fell for Bobby Gangi. She resided on E. 14th street. betwen Elm Ave and Ave M. I do not know where she came from or where she went. Sad. She was so cute back then at 14. What happened?

    • Hello Tom,

      Hope you’re well.

      I was wondering if there was a possibility of me getting a direct email address for you? I am contacting you from a television production company in the UK, and If possible, I would love to get in touch with you about some research. I’d love to give you some further information but would rather send it in a direct email rather than publicly.

      Please do get in touch with me directly on: erin.ross@twofour.co.uk

      Thank you for your time,
      Erin Ross

  5. [...] the murderers were all men. Out of the 62 mass murders which happened over the past 30 years, only one of those shooters was a woman. The overwhelming majority of the gunmen were [...]

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