By Kathryn Casey
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He habitually made the all-A honor roll. ” He played sports, including football and basketball, and acted as a guard on safety patrol. “He was smart but really outgoing,” says one of his classmates. ” In the classroom, Colton was a force to be reckoned with. “He overwhelmed teachers at times. He had a strong personality, and he was hyper, incredibly smart,” says one friend. “Colton seemed bored at school. ” As an altar boy, dressed in a pure white robe, Colton assisted the priests during Mass and helped serve Communion.
Few disputed that the imposing tower with its four twelve-foot faces rimmed in gold leaf was the symbol of the University of Texas, or that UT was the university Lone Star parents pushed their children to attend, the institution that inspired high schoolers to crash for exams and hoard birthday money in a college fund. For UT and its tower were much more than a university and a building; they were symbols of hope and the promise of a dream. Yet the clock tower had another history as well, a much darker one.
The land is flat, the sky is big, and the horizon a full 360 degrees. Relentlessly straight roads appear to drop off the edge of the earth, and the local chemical plant is a city of pipe, its smokestacks burning off residue in a bright, hot, golden flame. Jennifer Cave grew up in a quaint farmhouse, just outside town, on land that shares a fence line with the legendary King Ranch. Her parents, Charlie and Sharon, bought the place and its five accompanying acres in 1983, a year after they married.
A Descent Into Hell The True Story of an Altarand a Twisted Texas Murder by Kathryn Casey