Luby's Cafeteria MassacreFormer drummer for the band Missing Links, which never really amounted to anything. His bandmates considered him a misogynist, and someone very difficult to get along with, or even tolerate. The band broke up soon before the shooting.
On October 16, 1991, George Hennard drove a 1987 Ford Ranger pickup truck into Luby's Cafeteria at Killeen TX. Hennard yelled "This is what Bell County has done to me!" then opened fire with a Glock 17 and later a Ruger P89, killing 22 people. A fat man threw himself through a plate glass window, permitting him and several others to escape. Hennard also permitted a four-year-old girl to leave, along with her mother. How thoughtful of him.
At the time, the Luby's massacre was the worst mass murder in U.S. history.
Police shot Hennard several times, who then killed himself with a gunshot wound to the head, in the hallway leading to the toilets. On his cadaver was found a ticket for The Fisher King, a Robin Williams film based on the aftermath of a nightclub massacre similar in character to the one committed by Hennard.