Two Connecticut college students were apparently knifed by a third while performing a stealthy scene from supernatural thriller "The Butterfly Effect" for a class project.
Drama student Jake Wascher, 21, allegedly stabbed the victims in the chest and back when they repeated the movie scene at the University of Hartford on Sunday afternoon.
"The suspect was" appearing "a scene from a movie where a person [or persons] is being stabbed, at which time he began to stab both victims before he fled on foot, said Hartford police, Lt. Paul Cicero , Hartford Courant reported Monday
A victim, 19, was critically wounded after being stabbed twice; the second, 21, was severely injured after being stabbed several times, the paper reported.
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Two hours after the stabbing, a politician discovered Wascher in The forest, according to Courant, was arrested in two cases of attempted murder after surrender.
The campus was closing while police searched for Wascher, who is from San Diego.
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University employees issued a statement that they were "deeply sad" of the incident, reported WPVI TV.
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