With so many unanswered questions, TV correspondents were left to set the scene and to convey the impact in words that continually failed them.
However apt, the phrase “parents’ worst nightmare” became an instant cliche.
And the word “unimaginable” was used countless times. But “imagine” was exactly what the horrified audience was helpless not to do.
The screen was mostly occupied by grim or tearful faces, sparing everybody besides law enforcement officials the most chilling sight: the death scene in the school, where — as viewers were reminded over and over — the bodies remained while evidence was gathered. But who could keep from imagining it?
via CBS Connecticut.
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