FILE - In this Aug. 1, 1966, file photo, smoke rises from the sniper's gun as he fired from the tower of the University of Texas administration building in Austin, Texas, on crowds below. Police identified the slayer as Charles Whitman, a student at the university. The new documentary "Tower" about the shooting spree captures a sense of terror and confusion that was unprecedented then as it has become chilling commonplace today. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - In this Aug. 1, 1966, file photo, smoke rises from the sniper's gun as he fired from the tower of the University of Texas administration building in Austin, Texas, on crowds below. Police identified the slayer as Charles Whitman, a student at the university. The new documentary "Tower" about the shooting spree captures a sense of terror and confusion that was unprecedented then as it has become chilling commonplace today. (AP Photo/File)
FILE - In this Aug. 1, 1966, file photo, smoke rises from the sniper's gun as he fired from the tower of the University of Texas administration building in Austin, Texas, on crowds below. Police identified the slayer as Charles Whitman, a student at the university. The new documentary "Tower" about the shooting spree captures a sense of terror and confusion that was unprecedented then as it has become chilling commonplace today. (AP Photo/File)
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