The Dunblane Massacre
Daily Record (May 2004). "Tories in gun ban review."
Evening News (September 1998). "Tougher gun license rules in the wake of Dunblane."
Gilfeather, Paul (March 1996). "Madman gave boys lessons in death at secret camps." Scottish Daily Record & Sunday.
Johnston, Philip (July 2001). "Gun crimes rise despite Dunblane pistol ban." Daily Telegraph.
Lewis, Tamzin (February 2003). "Hidden secrets of the Dunblane massacre." The Mail on Sunday.
Mackay, Neil (March 2003). "Dunblane secret documents contain letters by Tory and Labour ministers." Sunday Herald.
Mansi, Kevin (March 1996). "I wish my son had never been born." Scottish Daily Record & Sunday.
McDougall, Dan (February 2003). "Who does the 100-year ban protect?" Scotsman News
McDougall, Dan (March 2003). "Dunblane families demand release of further 100 files." The Scotsman.
McLaughlin, Allison (June 1996). "Monster planned school massacre for two years." Scottish Daily Record & Sunday. To be found at
Mega, Marcello (February 2003). "Demand to open Dunblane killer 'protection' report." Scotland on Sunday. Mega, Marcello (March 2004). "Dunblane cover-up." The Daily Mail.
Newsday (March 18, 1996). "Royal Tribute/Queen visits site of school massacre as nation observes minute of silence."
Notarangelo, Raymond (March 14, 1996). "They looked up at me with their wee eyes as the blood drained from their faces." The Mirror
Russell, Jonathon (March 1996). "Sick Lord of the Flies." The Mirror
Scottish Daily Record & Sunday (March 13, 1996). "Killer had no reason, says top pathologist."
Scottish Daily Record & Sunday (April 1996). "Dunblane families in gun laws plea."
Scottish Daily Record & Sunday (March 18, 1996). "The Queen of Broken Hearts; She sobs for tragic victims of Dunblane."
Smith, John (March 1996). "A mountain of teddy bears in the school of tears." The People.
The Birmingham Evening Mail (August 1998). "Guns: Have things really improved since Dunblane?"
The Public Inquiry into the Shootings at Dunblane Primary School on 13 March 1996. A report by The Honorable Lord Cullen. Internet transcripts prepared 16 October 1996.
USA Today (March 14, 1996). "'Piles of dead bodies, most just little kids:' Two minutes of mayhem at Scottish primary school."