On May 18, 1927, the small town of Bath, Michigan was forever changed.
School board member Andrew Kehoe planted explosives under the Bath Consolidated School, and detonated them while in session. In addition, he blew up his farm, killed his wife, and tied the feet of his horses together so they couldn't escape the deadly blasts.
93 years later, this remains the deadliest school incident in American history, and the town still mourns the tragedy.
Learn more about this heartbreaking story, and how the community is remembering the incident during these unprecedented COVID-19 times: