Produced in 1952 in Glasgow, Scotland, Thomas Watt Hamilton killed nearly an entire class of primary schoolchildren in the Dunblane Primary School in Scotland on March 13, 1996. His mom, a hotel chambermaid, was divorced from his dad by the time Hamilton was born. Hamilton never understood his dad and grew up along with his mom’s adoptive parents, considering they were his biological parents. They officially adopted him at age 2.
As a lad, Thomas Hamilton did well academically. He joined a rifle club along with the Boys Brigade as a teen, and in the age of 20, became an assistant leader of his local Boy Scouts club. Before long, there were charges from your lads that Hamilton was instructing them to use rifles and pistols, in addition to driving them to take part in perverted actions, and after that paying them to keep quiet. He was requested to depart the Lookouts in 1974.
Between the 1970s and mid-1990s, Hamilton ran around 16 boys clubs. Once popular, the numbers decreased due to Hamilton’s increasingly odd behaviour. A loner, Hamilton never formed any close relationships with adults of either sex and looked especially uneasy around girls. He was violent, domineering and commonly employed strike as a kind of defense. Then he shot and killed himself, stopping the worst mass murder the United Kingdom had ever seen. In total, 17 individuals were killed 16 young kids and their teacher, Gwen Mayor.