SCOTLAND: THE LOST CHILDREN

A MONSTER GOES ON THE RAMPAGE, AND A SMALL TOWN IN SCOTLAND IS SCARRED FOREVER

FOR THOSE WHO STOOD, BEWILdered, on the streets of Dunblane that terrible day last week, the sight of the anguished woman is one they can never forget, a defining vision of the Scottish town's moment of horror. "Victoria!" she cried, as a convoy of ambulances sped past, sirens screaming and lights flashing. "Victoria!" That was one of the names: Victoria. Others, read out in a mournful voice by police chief superintendent Louis Munn, were as familiar and as evocative of middle-class Scottish family life: Emma, Melissa and Megan; Charlotte, Kevin, Ross and Hannah; David, Mhairi, Brett and Abigail; Emily, Sophie, John...

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