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Frightened lecturer had secret code word to alert police to Virginia gunman

UK Daily Mail | April 18, 2007

A lecturer was so frightened by Cho Seung-Hui's violent fantasies that she made up a secret codeword so that she could alert security without him knowing.

The alarm she felt on reading plays written by the Virginia Tech gunman was enough for her to contact police and university authorities.

Lucinda Roy even devised a security code allowing her to contact security while teaching Cho.

The professor has revealed that if she had sensed he was about to erupt she was going to mention the name of a dead professor to her assistant - who had been told to call the police.

Meanwhile friends of Emily and her boyfriend, Karl Thornhill, have insisted that Emily did not know Cho, and was not having problems in her relationship.

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Tommy Pendleton, a close friend of Ms Hilscher's, wrote in block capitals as if to emphasise the point on an internet site: "EMILY HILSCHER IS NOT RELATED TO THE SHOOTER IN ANY WAY REGARDING A SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP. SHE WAS IN LOVE WITH KARL THORNHILL."

Ms Hilscher's room-mate Heather Haugh said: "I have never seen him [Cho].

"I don't know his name. Emily didn't know him as far as I know. The police asked if they [Emily and Karl] had any problems and they definitely don't. He is just torn apart by all this. He's not a violent person at all."

Further indications of the Virginia Tech gunman's weird behaviour and deep psychological problems emerged with the publication on the internet of plays written by Cho, 23, for his English literature class.

Murder and paedophilia featured so prominently in the writings that in October 2005 Professor Roy, the English department's head of creative writing, contacted campus police, counselling services, and other university officials.

Professor Roy was told she could either drop Cho from her class or tutor him individually. She took him for one-on-one lessons three times between October and December 2005.

She told the New York Times that she felt Cho's writing was "more a veiled threat rather than something explicit" and that during the private tutorials he would always wear sunglasses and a baseball cap pulled down over his head.

"He seemed to be crying behind his sunglasses," said Professor Roy.

Two of Cho's plays were posted on the internet by former classmate Ian MacFarlane, who said the contents had caused fellow students serious worries at the time.

"When we read Cho's plays, it was like something out of a nightmare," Mr MacFarlane, said in an internet blog.

He added: "The plays had really twisted, macabre violence that used weapons I wouldn't have even thought of ... we students were talking to each other with serious worry about whether he could be a school shooter."

Cho's play, written last year and called "Richard McBeef", features a 13-year-old boy who accuses his stepfather of being a sexual deviant who molests children.

The play becomes increasingly violent and culminates in murder.

Cho's room-mate at Virginia Tech - they shared room 2121 together at Harper Hall - said that although he would often try to talk to Cho he would usually receive one-word replies and recently Cho had stopped speaking to him altogether.

Joe Aust, 19, an engineering student, said today: "He was always really, really quiet and kind of weird. He was my room-mate. I didn't know him that well, though. Just kind of anti-social, didn't talk to anybody. I tried to make conversation with him.

"I would notice a lot of times, I would come in the room and he would kind of be sitting at his desk, just staring at nothing.

"When he was in the room, he would spend a lot of time on his computer, downloading music and stuff. He was probably gone more often than he was here. I just figured he had classes."

Cho would be in bed by 9pm and often rise before dawn.

On Monday he was awake before 5am and began working at his computer, waking Mr Aust as he did so.

Another student in the block, Karan Grewal, 21, recalled bumping-into him in the bathroom where he brushed his teeth, wetted his contact lenses and applied moisturiser, as usual not saying a word to anyone.

There have been suggestions he was obsessed with his first victim, Emily Hilscher, an 18-year-old veterinary sciences student.

Vivacious and popular, Ms Hilscher was shot with a 9mm Glock pistol bought by Cho last month.

It is said he had become "infatuated" with her although there is no indication she even knew him and, it appears, never mentioned him to any close friends.

By this morning, hundreds of emails in tribute to Ms Hilscher had been posted on a site on the internet set up by her boyfriend Karl, a student at Radford University, another college in Virginia.

There have been suggestions that Mr Thornhill was being arrested by police as a suspect in the killing of Ms Hilscher at her dormitory just as Cho was embarking on his killing spree in the language and engineering block half a mile away.

Their suspicions were heightened by the fact that Mr Thornhill also liked guns and had spent time on the shooting range.

Tommy Pendleton, a close friend of Ms Hilscher's, wrote in block capitals as if to emphasise the point on the internet site: "EMILY HILSCHER IS NOT RELATED TO THE SHOOTER IN ANY WAY REGARDING A SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP. SHE WAS IN LOVE WITH KARL THORNHILL."

Ms Hilscher's room-mate Heather Haugh said: "I have never seen him [Cho].

"I don't know his name. Emily didn't know him as far as I know. The police asked if they [Emily and Karl] had any problems and they definitely don't. He is just torn apart by all this. He's not a violent person at all."

She described her room-mate as a "sweetheart", adding: "She was definitely the best friend I ever had here."

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