Greg Zanis, a carpenter from Illinois, crafted all 15 of the tall
crosses that were displayed on Rebel Hill, in Clement Park across the
street from Columbine High School. The crosses Mr. Zanis made for Eric
Harris and Dylan Klebold were defaced several times while on display
at the hillside memorial. The two crosses were eventually removed due
to protest from people who felt that it was inappropriate to place a
memorial to the two shooters in amongst the victims that they
murdered. When the 15 crosses were moved to a park with the intent of
making it a permanent memorial, public outcry forced the removal of
Dylan and Eric’s crosses once more.


Just below the bagged picture someone wrote:
“How can we ever forgive you?”

Greg Zanis, a carpenter from Illinois, crafted all 15 of the tall
crosses that were displayed on Rebel Hill, in Clement Park across the
street from Columbine High School. The crosses Mr. Zanis made for Eric
Harris and Dylan Klebold were defaced several times while on display
at the hillside memorial. The two crosses were eventually removed due
to protest from people who felt that it was inappropriate to place a
memorial to the two shooters in amongst the victims that they
murdered. When the 15 crosses were moved to a park with the intent of
making it a permanent memorial, public outcry forced the removal of
Dylan and Eric’s crosses once more.


Just below the bagged picture someone wrote:
“How can we ever forgive you?”