Home » Law & Government » Public Safety » Crime & Justice » Mike Judge, the co-creator of “King of the Hill”, once got a fan letter from a girl who survived Columbine. After watching the “Wings of the Dope” episode, she credited Mike on helping her finally grieve over the loss of her high school crush – which happened to be one of the shooters.

Mike Judge, the co-creator of “King of the Hill”, once got a fan letter from a girl who survived Columbine. After watching the “Wings of the Dope” episode, she credited Mike on helping her finally grieve over the loss of her high school crush – which happened to be one of the shooters.

Columbine High School massacre in popular culture

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The following is a list of cultural references to the 1999 Columbine High School massacre.

Music

References to the shootings have appeared in popular music.

The entire 2000 album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) by the band Marilyn Manson was written as a reaction and rebuttal against the allegation made by politicians, religious and civic leaders and news media that the group inspired the perpetrators to commit the school shooting.

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