I waited to get more details before posting this odd story. ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. -- The owner of a shooting range where 29-year-old twin sisters from Australia were shot and one of them was killed said it appeared from surveillance video that the two women were shot at the same time. Doug Hamilton told 7NEWS the video shows the two women falling backward, out of the shooting stall, at the exact same time, although the video doesn't show the actual shootings because they were blocked from the camera while the twins were standing in between the stall's partitions. "Apparently, the two women were shot simultaneously, or thereabouts. The how or why, we really don't know," said Hamilton. He said he believes the two women shot at one another simultaneously, although the video doesn't show who pulled the triggers. Shooting Range Video Shows Twins Shot Simultaneously - Denver News Story - KMGH Denver Twin who killed self in suicide pact identified; family issues statement DENVER -- The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the Australian woman who took her own life in a suicide pact with her twin sister at the Cherry Creek State Park shooting range on Monday as 29-year-old Kristin Hermeler. Twin who killed self in suicide pact identified; family issues statement - chicagotribune.com THE Australian twin sisters who carried out a suicide pact at a firing range in Colorado were bullied as teenagers. They had also expressed sympathy for the Columbine killers As more details emerged of their years as Victorian private schoolgirls, it was revealed that Kristin and Candice Hermeler, 29, had direct links to a survivor of the notorious 1999 massacre at Columbine High School, not far from where they tried to kill themselves. The women had several phone conversations about school bullying with Columbine student Brooks Brown and his parents soon after the US massacre. Kristin, who killed herself at the Family Shooting Centre near Denver last week, also wrote two letters to Mr Brown at the time as "someone who has been rejected, victimised and ostracised in their life". As a student, Mr Brown was bullied by one of the Columbine gunmen, Eric Harris, but befriended him before the massacre and was spared on the day of the shootings. In one letter dated June 12, 1999, Kristin wrote to Mr Brown: "As someone who has been rejected, victimised and ostracised in their life, I would like to thank you for giving him (Harris) that chance." She continued: "Thank you for not judging and accepting Eric and Dylan (Klebold), who were, from what I have heard, rejected and victimised by so many others. Thank you so much. Sincerely, Kristin." Suicide twin's letter to Columbine survivor suggests sisters bullied as teenagers | The Australian Very sad and strange.