This fine example of normalcy methodically shot her victims in the head until her gun jammed.
Little old normal Amy Bishop had previously been accused of killing her 18-year-old brother with a shotgun at their suburban Boston home in 1986.
Chief Paul Frazier said Bishop also fired once into a wall before hitting her brother, then fired a third time into the ceiling. A "normal" person having a "normal" accident?
An auto mechanic who worked at a dealership near Bishop's home in 1986 told the Boston Herald and The Boston Globe that Bishop ran in after shooting her brother, waved a gun and demanded a getaway car. Just another "normal" day in the life of a "normal" girl.
In 1993, Bishop and her husband, James Anderson, were questioned by investigators looking into a pipe bomb sent to one of Bishop's colleagues, Dr. Paul Rosenberg, at Children's Hospital Boston. Just another "normal" incident when you're married to a "normal" professor.
It sure sounds like James Anderson is just your "normal" husband of your "normal" psychotic, mass murderer.
UPDATE: In 2002 Amy Bishop as a "normal" mom walked into an International House of Pancakes with her family, asked for a booster seat for one of her children, and learned the last seat had gone to another mother.
Bishop, according to a police report, strode over to the other woman, demanded the seat and launched into a profanity-laced rant.
When the woman would not give the seat up, Bishop punched her in the head, all the while yelling "I am Dr. Amy Bishop."