USA Today reports that an "Armed man found dead at Colorado amusement park with multiple guns and explosives identified." From the lede:
Law enforcement in Colorado is investigating after they said a "heavily armed" man was found dead inside an amusement park over the weekend "wearing body armor" with "multiple improvised explosive devices" on him.
The Garfield County Sheriff's Office reported that Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park employees notified officials the body of the 20-year-old man was found Saturday morning, prior to the park opening.
Authorities on Monday evening identified the man as Diego Barajas Medina.
The park is located in Glenwood Springs, a resort city in the Rocky Mountains surrounded by the White River National Forest.
The article mentions that the Diego was wearing clothing with law enforcement patches, and was armed with a semi-automatic rifle, a semi-automatic handgun and multiple loaded magazines for both weapons. "Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario said during a Monday afternoon press conference that both weapons are believed by to be 'ghost guns.'" Because it's Halloween?
Diego was also wearing IEDs, although law enforcement indicated that at least some where fake (a Daily Mail article indicates that the IEDs were real, but he had what appeared to be grenades that were fake), but all were safely disarmed. He died from a single gunshot wound to the head. (Get the voices out!)
Although not mentioned in the foregoing USA Today article, NBC affiliate 9News reports that Diego's body was found in a bathroom stall with the words "I am not a killer. I just wanted to get into the caves" scrawled on one of the walls.
It could just be crazy talk (or scrawls, in this case) or someone had enticed him with promises of a trip to some caves. But it sounds like hypnotic programming gone awry. If you've ever had someone try to hypnotize you, it is common to have the subject imagine some sort of journey as they progress from a relaxed state to the deeper hypnotic state where they are open to suggestion. My high school psych teacher, when he hypnotized most of my psychology class, had us imagine taking a train trip to a train station in the countryside; another time someone tried to hypnotize me, I was supposed to imagine walking along a path toward a wall with a door; and a third attempt involved walking down a flight of stairs to a door. It's possible that his hypnotic programming involved a mental journey into caves.
In any event, that is just speculation on my part. It will be interesting to see what the investigation turns up, assuming that they ever release the information. We are still waiting to see the manifesto written by the tranny that shot up the Christian school in Nashville.