More details surrounding the Aurora, Colorado mass shooting that killed 12 "The Dark Knight Rises" moviegoers and wounded 58 others continue to surface, and today's news of suspect James Holmes' massacre notebook are chilling, to say the least.
Holmes reportedly mailed a notebook "full of details about how he was going to kill people" to a University of Colorado professor and psychiatrist, one that sat unopened in the mailroom for eight days prior to the July 20 shooting.
The professor noticed the package Monday and notified authorities. The FBI now has possession of the notebook.
The recipient of Holmes' sketched planning treated patients at the psychiatry outpatient facility, but whether or not the doctor had previous contact with Holmes has not been verified.
The San Diego native, accused of meticulously gunning down the victims during a midnight screening of Christopher Nolan's latest Batman film early Friday morning, had recently dropped out of the school's neuroscience doctoral program, one in which he'd studied mental health issues.
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