The worst mass-murder in a school in American history did not involve guns or shooters; it involved a bomb in an elementary school.
It didn’t take place in Connecticut; it took place in a rural community in Michigan called Bath.
The perpetrator wasn’t a young man – he was 55 years old.
And the attack did not occur this year or last year – or even this decade.
The year was 1927.
In an unspeakably horrible crime, Andrew Kehoe killed his wife and family, set his farm on fire – and then set off 500 pounds of explosives in one wing of an elementary school.
The blast killed 38 children aged 7 to 14, two teachers and four others — and the bomber himself.