‘Shooter Pointed Gun at Me’
Jennifer Seeger was in the theater during the Colorado shooting and narrowly avoided being hit. In a phone interview on Today, she says she felt the heat from bullets fired nearby as she hid under seats in the theater.
‘People Unconscious, People Bleeding’
A witness who purchased tickets for the late-night screening says there were gunshots “all over the place” in the theater where she was to have watched the movie. She then gives an account of the aftermath at the hospital, where she saw a man with blood caked on his face.
‘It’s Probably Just Really Good Special Effects’
Quentin Caldwell and his wife were in Theater 8, next door to Theater 9, where the shooting took place. In the middle of a chase scene, with bullets flying across the screen, Caldwell says he “just heard a really distinct ‘pop pop pop’” come “out of nowhere.” He thought it was special effects. “Suddenly,” he says, “we noticed somebody saying ‘somebody’s shooting up the theater! Somebody’s been shot!’”
Immediately after fleeing the theater, Quentin shot this video on his phone.
‘That’s Way Too F**king Loud to Be Part of the Movie’
…And when he got home, he interviewed his wife about it.
Scenes from the Shooting
Cell-phone footage taken in the immediate aftermath of the attack shows chaos at the suburban Denver theater. A woman weeps in the background as patrons run out of the building.
In his first appearance since allegedly killing a dozen people, the suspected Colorado shooter struggled to keep his eyes open as he faced the judge.
What we know about Colorado’s shooting suspect.
Obama and Romney won’t even mention the ‘g’ word after the tragedy in Aurora. That’s pathetic, writes Judith Miller. What if four ex-presidents got together to do the right thing?
A gunman killed 12 and wounded countless others at a shooting 15 minutes into a midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo. These are tweets, photos, and videos from the #theatershooting scene.
No one seems to know what set off the murders in a movie theater, but the discussion should be about whether the NRA is also culpable, writes Michael Daly.
Few in Hollywood think “The Dark Knight Rises’ caused the tragedy in Colorado. But some do wonder if popular culture has desensitized people to the very real consequences of violence.
At a campaign stop in Florida, the president said the day wasn't about politics. Ultimately, what matters most is 'how we choose to treat one another and love one another,' he told the crowd.