Randy Robert Stair, a 24-year old resident of Dallas, PA, shot and killed three of his co-workers before killing himself at the grocery store near Scranton, PA, where they all worked together.
Stair, also known online as Andrew Blaze, left behind “an enormous online cache of videos, documents and social media posts” detailing his plans, including discussing his two shotguns, which he named “Mackenzie and Rachel after characters in YouTube videos he created, and lays out in exacting detail how he will use pallets to block the supermarket doors to prevent his victims from escaping. He also names the co-workers he plans to kill, explaining where he hopes to find each of them in the store.”
He also makes several references to “conflict over his gender identity,” stating in his videos that he’s “a girl who’s been trapped in a man’s body for two and a half decades, and I need to get the hell out.” He also claims he would “dress as a woman” when his parents were out and “secretly wanted a sex change operation.”
Wyoming County Mass Shooter Leaves Massive Online Trail — The Times Tribune
Supermarket massacre shooter left chilling online trail — ABC News
Andrew Blaze (@egsandrew) — Twitter