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The FBI defines mass murder as a massacre in which four or more people are killed in a single event. Incidences have tripled over the past decade.
There have been 16 mass killings with double-digit victim counts since 1966 -- the year that Charles Whitman murdered 12 people at the University of Texas, bringing massacres to the forefront of public consciousness.